Storage in Orlando


As one of the most visited cities in the U.S., Orlando’s tropical climate and amusement parks has attracted millions of people to its swampy lands in the past decade. Some of these people have decided to make the city of Orlando their home. Keep some of these storage tips in mind when making your move to Orlando, Florida:

What about the weather?

Orlando’s swampy grounds mean the humidity level is high. When putting items in storage, opt for a climate-controlled unit to protect your fragile items. The moisture in the air isn’t good for your belongings. A climate-controlled unit is kept between certain temperatures to ensure that items stay nice and dry.

What should you store?

The tropical climate means keeping certain items dry is key. Protect electronics, arts, leathers and other items from the moisture in the air and get the right storage unit. Here’s a list of more items to keep in climate controlled. Store seasonal items such as snow sport equipment and holiday decorations in your unit to allow optimal space in your home.

Why is self-storage important?

Whether you’re downgrading or upgrading, storage is a need. Many people who are downgrading, don’t want to get rid of their belongings. This is when renting a storage unit is important. In emerging cities where the population is accelerating, apartment sizes are becoming smaller which means space is becoming limited. Store whatever you need but don’t have room for in your new home and you will have 24-hour access to these units.

What kind of storage do you need?

Storage sizes range from small to large. Go online and assess the items you want to store before reserving your unit. Storage centers have indoor storage or drive-up storage. To figure out which one is best for you, head to to learn about the different types. To ship and store your items to and from Orlando, learn about U-Box portable storage.

Are you making the move to Orlando? Tell us about the items you plan to store!