Holiday Decoration Storage Tips

With December here and gone, so should be your holiday decorations—but we don’t blame you if you have not gotten around to it yet. StorTropolis Self Storage is here to help make that task a little easier to tackle. We have four storage facilities around Kansas City MO, so no matter where you are in the city, there is a StorTropolis location convenient for you. Start organizing your space today by renting storage online. And check out tips below on how to begin packing.

Wrap Up Your Ornaments Well

The ornaments we put on our trees are usually the same ones we decorate with every year. They have sentimental value, but they are also some of the most breakable holiday decorations. Ensure they make it to next year by providing ample padding in the box with them. Wrap up glass and other ornaments individually, and then put them in the box with the rest. From there, include newspaper or bubble wrap to fill in the extra space so the ornaments cannot move around and break each other.

Keep Your Wrapping Supplies All Together

Pack all your wrapping supplies together so you can easily find it next year. If you store it in a storage unit, make sure its container will keep out moisture to keep the paper products intact.

Secure Holiday Decoration Storage Near Kansas City MO

Four self storage facilities give Kansas City MO residents a massive selection of climate-controlled storage units and indoor parking spaces. Our facilities are on Jefferson Street in Blue Springs MO, Brighton Avenue in Kansas City MO, 66th Terrace in Shawnee KS, and 88th Street in Kansas City MO. We serve local residents and businesses. Start storing with StorTropolis today by renting online!

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Katie Mest

About the Author: Katie Mest is a Content Marketing Specialist at Storage Asset Management in York, PA. She specializes in writing about the self storage industry, including storage tips and helpful resources. Outside of work, Katie enjoys spending time exploring the outdoors and snuggling in with a crochet project and her cat, Billie.