Not all storage units have “climate control”. This means that certain valuable items may not be protected from dramatic swings in temperature, which can damage these temperature-sensitive possessions. For example, if you are storing antiques, photographs, electronics, or family heirlooms; humidity and moisture due to North Carolinas unique climate could potentially damage items such as these.
Climate controlled spaces are heated and cooled to keep the temperature inside these units consistent; which reduces the humidity in the air and keeps the temperature at safe, moderate levels. This ensures your belongings are protected against extreme temperatures or rapid fluctuations in the air, a common cause of damage and spoilage. Your personal comfort is also ensured. No matter what the temperature is outside, you stay comfortable moving and arranging items inside your unit.