When the semester comes to an end, chances are your housing arrangements will as well. Whether you’re leaving the dorms or need to find new student housing, you’re going to have to move your stuff. If you don’t have a place to move your stuff to – and you don’t want to schlep it all around with you as you head for a summer job, internship, or travel plans – student storage is the answer.
In Boston student storage, your possessions are kept safe and secure. Each storage unit locks securely. Storage units keeps your possessions protected from the elements. Your things will be kept dry: great news for books, tech and televisions, bedding, sports gear and everything else!
Here’s what you need to know about Boston student storage right up front. No matter what storage facility you choose, there are some things that can not be stored in your student storage unit. This includes anything that’s alive – no pets allowed, including reptiles, snakes, insects and arachnids — or plants. Hazardous or flammable chemicals are also prohibited, as are explosive items, firearms, and a few other things. If you’re not sure if something you have can be kept in student storage, ask! The storage facility staff will have the answers you need.
Student storage units must be kept clean. You are responsible for the state of a student storage unit you rent. Check your rental agreement for the particulars. In some instances, ground cloths or drip trays may be required for vehicle storage. Don’t keep bags of garbage in your student storage unit – garbage will rot, and leaking garbage bags stain storage unit floors, creating an expense you will be financially responsible for!
Make sure you understand the terms of your student storage agreement, including how much you need to pay, when you need to pay it, and what happens if you don’t pay your storage fees. Despite the popularity of TV shows like Storage Wars, people are sometimes surprised to learn that failing to pay storage rental fees can damage your credit and you can lose your stuff!