Humboldt Storage and Moving company of Boston explains the difference between various storage options.
Online PR News – 21-June-2012 – Boston, MA – With the busiest moving season beginning, Humboldt Storage and Moving, greater Boston’s oldest moving company and an agent of United Van Lines has some important advice for people who are looking for both short and long term storage. Humboldt Storage and Moving strives to make the consumers moving experience relaxed and stress free.
There are many questions movers may have before embarking on a move. Humboldt Storage and Moving works hard to answer all of these questions. climate controlled storage is a term constantly used, however it can confuse the consumers when it comes to making the right decision about the storage of their goods.
Climate controlled storage is humidity controlled, and temperature controlled down to the degree. Items stored in climate controlled storage are usually under security. Certain families require different storage methods. Humboldt’s advice is that climate controlled storage is not for most items, but for goods that include, but are not limited to:
-Art collections: fine art is sensitive to temperature and humidity change.
-Large wine collections: the quality of the wine collection can be influenced by the change in temperature.
-Antiques: wooden antiques could vary in size due the increase in humidity and temperature.
-Any goods that can be damaged by heat cold, and humidity.
For most goods, normal warehouse storage is completely fine, however the storage facility should include proper warehouse heat and it needs to have air circulation throughout. Those who are moving should be aware of the differences between climate controlled storage and normal storage, and choose accordingly.
“While it is important to properly store items of value, it is equally important to know the different types of storage options, says Jim Sullivan, President of Humboldt Storage and Moving “Consumers who educate themselves about storage can save money, or save their valuables.”
You can find more information about climate controlled storage here:http://www.movingcompanyblog.com/?p=923
About Humboldt Storage and Moving:
Humboldt Storage and Moving is Greater Boston’s oldest moving company and a United Van Lines agent. The Boston-area moving company, founded in1905 is an original stockholding member of United Van Lines and remains within the top 5 percent of all United Van Lines agents in the country for sales volume .The company’s philosophy is “Relax. And get moving.” Moving is cited as one of the more stressful occasions in people’s lives and the entire Humboldt team goes to great lengths to ensure all customers feel at ease through the entire moving process. The team at Humboldt Storage and Moving are specialists in assisting seniors with sensitive down-sizing relocations, coordinating highly technical biotech/lab and hospital moves, fine art moving and storage, time-sensitive office relocations, as well as traditional residential relocations both local and international and packing services. Boston-area moving company Humboldt Storage and Moving is headquartered in Canton, Massachusetts. The Canton location also serves as a 90,000 S/F state of the art, climate-controlled storage facility, serving the needs of clients with more long term needs. For more information about Humboldt’s expertise and moving services please contact them at (781) 821-8777. For additional information visit http://www.humboldt.com/