Reasons for storing in a portable minibodega? There are many tips and tricks to know how and where you left your stuff (and to keep them in good condition) within the minibodega there are these: pallets, pallets, pallets. It may sound silly, but before renting your unit, it thinks that there is no way to avoid that certain dirt from under the door, for example. So you must keep the soil almost impeccable. Wrap whatever you can. Everytime you use a storage unit, wrap whatever you can in an industrial plastic wrapping. Your stuff will be sealed and so bugs and dust do not accumulate.
It uses a small but strong lock. Many of the units have security within them, finds only a lock that must be slide, usually button and easy to use. Label, label, label. Even if you know exactly what things are putting inside the cellar perhaps within a week you no longer remember or of what it is or where to put them. So you not have that dig into the pile of things, better put labels from the first time.
It seeks to that these labels are obvious and are not with letter chiquita or impossible to read. Changes in temperature. While this may not be a problem in some parts of the country, there are some things that are very sensitive to heat or cold and should be doubly packed, isolated or not stored at all. Electronic products, vinyl, old photos and all those things will deteriorate if not stored properly. Winter? It carries sand. The spots of ice, if you live in a high area, or cold frequently can form outside the door, so it is almost impossible to reach the products without putting at risk the physical integrity. It takes the cat litter, and even replacement blades of plywood to make you easier access to your articles. It protects space. Since we care about the protection of what we put in the unit, the protection of the minibodega is also important. It avoids the steep fines for the poor state of the minibodega. Try to keep it as they gave you. Before signing the contract asks to check if it has been damaged.