Published: December 16, 2021
Have you come to the realization that you need a storage unit but want to make sure you know what’s allowed? Whether it’s time to declutter or you want to stay organized as you move or remodel your home, it’s important to know what you can store and what’s not a good idea to keep in your storage unit.
Storage unit companies have rules around what’s allowed in their facilities and then there are items that they allow but don’t recommend you keep in a unit. We’re breaking down both categories, but first, let’s start with what you can store in a unit.
What is Allowed in a Storage Unit
Typically, you can store anything that’s not on that storage unit’s prohibited items list, but that list can vary by company. In general, there is a wide array of items you can safely store in your unit. Here is a short list:
What Most Storage Units Won’t Allow
As expected, you can’t store stolen items or living (or deceased) beings. Here’s a list of other items that many storage unit companies won’t allow:
What’s Allowed But Not Recommended
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Now that you know what to store and what to keep elsewhere, it’s time to pick your unit. If you’re in the Baltimore area, UNITS of Baltimore offers fast, safe, secure and simple storage solutions in a convenient location. We can even deliver a mobile storage unit right to your door, so you don’t have to drive your items to a storage facility.
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