Dallas weather is often hot and humid, which is great for residents, but not so great for sensitive items in storage. If you're moving items into storage,
whether it's for a short-term or long-term rental period, you should strongly consider climate-controlled storage.
Many of our possessions are sensitive to heat and humidity—like electronic devices, books and photos, vehicles, musical instruments, firearms, wine
collections, and antiques. If these items are in a storage unit that’s not climate-controlled, they can get damaged over time.
Climate-controlled storage allows you to keep your Dallas storage unit at a moderate temperature and humidity level so your items are protected from
weather-related damage. These units are more expensive than their standard counterparts, but the peace of mind they provide is worth the
investment—especially since you won’t have to replace any of your damaged possessions.
The results on this page display only the facilities in your area that offer climate-controlled storage.