Do you have an inventory of books that you refuse to let go, but they are impeding on your space?

Well, we have the perfect solution for you to keep your inventory, and free up some of your personal space at the same time.

A climate-controlled unit could be the answer to all your concerns about your ever-growing collection.

Here are some tips for when you place your books in storage:

Climate-Controlled Unit: Books are sensitive to temperature and humidity. Consider renting a climate-controlled storage unit to protect your books from extreme weather conditions.

Protective Packing Materials: Wrap fragile or valuable books in acid-free paper or bubble wrap to protect them from potential damage.

Avoid Direct Contact with Floor: Elevate your boxes slightly off the floor using pallets or boards. This provides additional protection against moisture.

Use Bookends: If you’re storing books on shelves within the unit, consider using bookends to keep them upright and prevent warping.

Regular Check-Ups: Visit your storage unit periodically to check on the condition of your books. Ensure that there are no signs of pests, mold, or other issues.

Insurance Coverage: Check if your homeowner’s insurance covers items in storage. If not, consider getting insurance for your stored items.

By following these tips, you can preserve the condition of your books and create a well-organized storage space for your cherished collection. Happy storing and reading!