Top 5 College Storage Tips

College students, are you looking for a safe place to store for the summer in Beacon Falls CT? A-1 Self Storage has a storage unit ideal for short term storage. Our Beacon Falls CT college storage can help you store after the school year is over and before you head off to the beach. Keep everything in one easy location to make fall semester start without any lost or broken items. Reserve your storage unit now to save yourself hassle at the end of the year.

Storage close to school or close to home can be the solution you are looking for to protect your belongings during summer. Our Beacon Falls CT storage options provide temperature controlled storage units, along with drive up self storage, so you choose which storage unit is best. Need help deciding? Call in, email us, or stop by to chat with our storage experts. They will answer your storage questions and help you make the right decision.

College Storage Tips

  • Keep large boxes light. Putting too much weight in a large box can make the bottom break.
  • Our storage facility is gated and fenced so you do not have to worry about your belongings while in storage. Use a storage lock for extra security.
  • Ran out of boxes or tape? We sell moving supplies on site!
  • Start packing a few days before you have to move out. Unplug the AC unit and mini fridge to give them time to drain.
  • Protect your mattress in storage with a mattress cover.

A-1 Self Storage is ready for warmer weather and we know you are too! Get ready for your summer plans with a little extra space to store. Our Beacon Falls CT college storage tips can help with your short term storage needs.

Reserve your student storage unit today by giving us a call or rent online and start moving in.

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Paige Weary

About the Author: Paige is a Social Media Coordinator at Storage Asset Management in York, PA. She brings the most useful storage tips and tricks to your social media feed and loves a good self-storage pun. Beyond work, Paige spends her free time traveling extensively, her most recent trip being the Andes Mountain region of Bolivia.