Get Seasonal Belongings Out of Your Home & Into Storage

Spring 2016 was off to a rocky start with surprisingly cold temperatures and even a little bit of snow, but now everything is as it should be in Thornhill. The mercury is climbing towards the double digits and rain is the only precipitation to threaten the GTA. The birds, the bees, and everything in between are up and happy to finally see the blossoms. Now that you can officially say that spring is here to stay, you can put away all of your winter stuff except there’s only one problem. After such a long winter, you collected far too many seasonal items for your home or apartment to store. If you find yourself with a severe lack of storage space wherever you live, check out a mini storage unit.
Cross-country skis, alpine skis, snowshoes, Christmas decorations, and your near-exhaustible collection of woolly sweaters. This list goes on, and when you don’t use these items regularly, they can really eat up space. If your home is particularly small, these piles of extra stuff can end up giving your living quarters a positively claustrophobic atmosphere. Too much stuff isn’t just a nuisance that throws off your fengshui. It can also have a negative influence on your emotional and physical well-being. Studies have found that excessive clutter can cause undue stress and anxiety in your life. It can also be a breeding ground for mould, dust, and dander, which can make that sense of claustrophobia all too real. These conditions can exacerbate allergies and asthma, making it difficult to breathe.
In Thornhill mini storage offers a healthier alternative to keeping your seasonal belongings in your home. The top rated facilities like those units offered by Abacus Self Storage are a secure place to stow away your stuff without relying on your living spaces. Instead of keeping winter items in your front hall, closest, living room, and bedroom where they’ll collect dust and get in your way, you can store them at in Abacus Self Storage units in Thornhill. Protected by comprehensive security and environmental regulations, they’re a safe, pest-free, and climate control place to keep your excess stuff.As members of the Canadian Self Storage Association (CSSA), they take pains to keep up to date with the best ways to protect their customers.
Units are available for short- and long-term storage, and you should be able to access your stuff at any time of the day, any day of the year. To find what sized unit you need, contact a mini storage facility near you, and remember to confirm their membership in the CSSA and their methods of protecting your stuff.