Climate Control Storage.
Having the right humidity levels in a storage area can deter mold and mildew, which are especially damaging to wood, fabric, and a range of other items. In proper climate-controlled storage, both temperature and humidity are maintained to an exac
ting standard. The tolerances for this type of control are narrow, meaning the environment fluctuates very little in humidity and temperature. While temperature is essential, humidity can be critical when storing fragile items such as artwork and antiques.
It’s best to ask or visit the storage facility you’re researching to determine the kind of storage temperature control they offer and which type is best for your particular goods, this is also a good time to ask about their pests control strategies.