Tired of looking at your Christmas lights? When it comes time to take down your decorations, look to self storage to get everything organized. At 422 Storage on East Main Street, we offer drive-up and temperature-controlled storage options, either of which would make excellent holiday decoration storage, in Palmyra PA. Once you decide what kind of storage would work best for you, follow our tips below for packing your decorations.
Ornaments are some of the most fragile holiday decorations in your home. Give them the protection the require with extra padding and support in storage. You can wrap them individually with newspaper or bubble wrap, or section off your box so they do not rattle around and crash into each other.
Your best hope is that you saved the box in which your artificial tree was packed. If that is not the case, you can purchase a tree bag that is designed to protect your tree until next Christmas season. When taking down your tree, be gentle so you do not lose too many needles.
The beginning of the holiday season is all about stocking up on supplies for wrapping. But the end of the holiday season forces you to make decisions about what to hold onto for next year and what to just toss. You are going to wrap presents again, and again…and again. Save your gift bags and wrapping paper, and pack it into a temperature-controlled storage unit to prevent damage.
Whether you need commercial storage or holiday decoration storage, 422 Storage has the solutions for Palmyra PA. Our self storage facility on East Main Street most conveniently serves residents of Palmyra, Coffeetown, and Palmdale. We offer drive-up storage units, as well as temperature-controlled storage options. In addition to storage units, we also have outdoor parking for you car, boat, or RV. Stop by our facility to browse our selection, or continue contact-free by renting Palmyra PA storage online!
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