• Climate Control – Storage facilities that offer Climate Control will use reasonable efforts to avoid temperature extremes in these units. Units are considered Climate Control when units are kept warmer than the outside temperature in cold weather and cooler than the outside temperature in hot weather, through an HVAC or other system.  Climate controlled units are ideal for items that are sensitive to changes in temperature and humidity levels.
  • Non-Climate Control (Cold Storage) – An enclosed storage unit secured by the tenant’s own lock and key that is not protected from humidity and temperature extremes.  This type of storage is ideal for items that are not sensitive to humidity and temperature swings.
  • Computer Controlled Access – Storage units secured by doors/gates that are accessed by the tenant entering their pin code in a gate access system (the personal code is typically entered into a keypad -see keypad for more information)