Storage Post Announces Ways to Store Holiday Decorations Throughout the Year

Individuals spend $12 billion each year on holiday decorations, and these items take up valuable space in the home. A storage unit frees up this space while keeping decor safe, reports

Consumers spend $12 billion each year on seasonal decorations. However, once a holiday is over, these decorations take up space within the home, and many families find they are overwhelmed with items of this type. Storage Units in Brooklyn provide an excellent way to keep these items for use the next year without taking up this space. However, the key to preserving these decorations is storing them appropriately, regardless of where they are held. Storage Post offers suggestions to ensure these items come out of storage in the same condition they entered the unit.

"When packing an artificial tree away, consider using a tree bag or rolling case. Many people choose to reuse the cardboard box the tree came in, but this box can deteriorate with time. A bag or case is more durable and will hold up under various conditions. Furthermore, if the bag or case has wheels, moving the tree becomes much easier," Matthew Clark, spokesperson for Storage Post, reports.

Christmas isn't the only time of year that people decorate the home for a holiday. Easter is another time when people may wish to deck their house out with different items that commemorate the holiday. Oversized Easter eggs may be used to decorate the yard, and the home may be filled with bunnies and crosses or other items often seen with this event. Once Easter is over, the items can easily be moved to the storage unit for use again next year.

"Delicate items must be handled with care. When storing fragile items, be sure to use containers that have sections to separate the different items. Tissue paper may be used to fill any empty space to ensure the items don't move during transport, and the original boxes the items came in can be of help in securing these pieces. However, the individual boxes should be placed into a bigger container before being put into Storage Units in Queens NY," Clark continues.

Halloween is a time for scaring people and what better way to do so than placing an adult-size zombie or ghost on the front porch. When a person comes up on the porch, this figure can appear to come to life and frighten guests. This makes the entire evening fun for all, but storing the figure and additional holiday decor can be a hassle the other 11 months of the year. A storage unit becomes of great help at this time.

"Regardless of what your favorite holiday is, a storage facility may hold the items every year, so they don't take up valuable space in the home. This is only one of the many ways a family can expand their living space without buying a bigger residence, and there are numerous more. Visit our site today to learn how we can be of help to you in every area of your life," Clark advises.

About Storage Post:

Storage Post offers climate controlled units to help individuals reclaim space within their home or office. The friendly staff works with clients to find the right unit for their needs, and all items remain safe and secure. Pricing is both competitive and clear, so customers know exactly where they stand.

Contact Info:
Name: Matthew Clark
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Organization: Storage Post
Address: Atlanta, GA, 30305
Phone: 404-418-5630

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