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Summer Storage for College Students

College Student Storage

If you’re in college, you know that summer can be a great time to relax and recharge after the school year. But it can also be a hassle to figure out where you are living in the upcoming semester or where to put all your stuff when you move out of your dorm/apartment. Whether you are going home for the summer or staying on campus, here are some storage options to help you. Student Storage Options There are a multitude of reasons why a college student may need self storage. If you live with roommates in a dorm or apartment you know there are usually duplicate items that take up a lot of space. The usual culprits — microwaves, mini fridges, toasters, or an extra desk can be stored away so you can have more space in what is likely an already cramped living space. Or you may be spending the summer abroad and need somewhere to store your things close to campus for when you get back. When it comes to choosing summer storage for students, there are a few things to consider. You’ll first want to find a location close to campus so you can easily access your belongings when you need them.  You’ll also want to choose a storage option that fits your budget. It is also beneficial to choose climate-controlled storage so your items in storage are protected from the heat and humidity in the summer. If your roommates or friends need space too, you all could split the price of a larger unit to make it more cost-effective. What Type of Storage Should I Choose? 1. Self Storage Units: There are many storage facilities near college campuses with units available for rent. Find a uStoreMore Self Storage locations close to universities. This is a great option if you need extra space for larger items like furniture or a mini fridge. Be sure to ask about getting a free month of storage on select units.Self storage also allows ...

May 17th, 2024