Are you in need of storage space to protect your belongings through Hurricane Ian? Hernando Storage is here to help, providing secure storage units in Hernando, FL to support you during this time. Whether you are storing away items for your business or home, we are equipped to take on your short-term and long-term storage needs. Follow these self storage tips for protecting your items through heavy storms, and read about Hernando Storage’s pledge to help customers during Hurricane Ian.
Water damage can be prevented by placing large items under plastic tarps, and keeping lightweight objects raised on pallets.
You don’t want anything else on your property when strong winds and major flooding arrive. Before the storm arrives, make sure anything that might become a dangerous projectile is secured. Freedom Storage can store all of your equipment and furnishings as well as outside items.
To keep your things from getting ruined by water, follow these steps. First, try to fit everything into plastic bins. If you have items that would be especially damaged by moisture like pictures or documents, look for storage containers that will completely block out water. Another option is putting small objects into zip-close plastic bags before adding them to the bin.
Hernando Storage welcomes our neighbors affected by Hurricane Ian to our self storage facility for a free first month with a waived admin fee. To take advantage of this offer, please stop into our storage facility at 1274 East Norvell Bryant Highway Hernando, FL 34442, or you can call our facility via telephone at 352.341.3300.
Not sure how much storage space you need? Our online storage calculator can give you a quick estimate, or one of our storage professionals can walk you through the Hernando Storage storage units that would best serve you. Get started today!
About the Author: Paige is a Social Media Coordinator at Storage Asset Management in York, PA. She brings the most useful storage tips and tricks to your social media feed and loves a good self-storage pun. Beyond work, Paige spends her free time traveling extensively, her most recent trip being the Andes Mountain region of Bolivia.