Indoor Climate Controlled Storage

There are many reasons why people need to store their items. Whether you’re reorganizing, moving to a smaller space, need temporary storage while your home is being built, or simply don’t have the room for all of your things anymore, we’ve got the storage solution to fit your needs!

We offer secure indoor climate controlled storage to people in the Quinte area.

Crates are stored in our Climate Controlled Warehouse. They have a licence plate and are inventoried in our warehouse management system.

Our Process


We come to your home and load your belongings into our mobile storage pods. 


All of your belongings are inventoried and each pod is given a unique identification number. 


Your belongings are brought to our secure, indoor climate controlled storage facility.

How Many Pods Will I need?

Misc. Items

1 Mobile Pod

5′ w x 8′ deep x 7’6″ h

Up to 2,000 lbs or 304 c.f.

1 Bedroom

2-3 Mobile Pods

Up to 4,000 lbs
or 480 c.f.

2 Bedroom Apartment or Condo

3-4 Mobile Pods

Up to 6,000 lbs/8,000 lbs or 720 c.f. /960 c.f.

2 Bedroom House w/ 2 Bath & Garage

5-6 Mobile Pods

Up to
10,000 lbs/12,000 lbs
or 1,200 c.f./1,440 c.f.

3 Bedroom House w/ 2 Bath & Garage

7-8 Mobile Pods

Up to
14,000 lbs/16,000 lbs
or 1,680 c.f./1,920 c.f.

What Items Need To Be Stored In Climate-Controlled Units?

Most of your stuff is going to do just fine in temperature-controlled storage. But climate-controlled facilities are the safest bet for storing these sensitive items:

Climate-controlled storage is best for artwork. Paintings and fine art can shrink or expand in extreme temperatures. In humid environments, mold or mildew can grow and ruin the artwork. The ideal storage temperature for art is between 60 – 75 °F with around 50% relative humidity.
Delicate Fabrics
Clothes, antique toys, or upholstered furniture can grow mold or mildew in humid environments. Temperatures between 35 – 75 °F with 55% relative humidity or less are ideal. Delicate fabrics should be clean and stored with acid-free tissue paper or cedar packets.
Delicate Paper Items
Books, magazines, comics, and photographs can turn yellow in extreme temperatures. Temperatures between 35 – 75 °F with 35% relative humidity or less are ideal for storage. Keep paper items away from light exposure to prevent fading.
Computers, speakers and cameras can corrode and grow mold in humid environments. Electronic items are best stored between 50 – 80 °F and 30 – 60% relative humidity. Throw a few silica gel packets in boxes with electronic items and store them high off the ground to go the extra step.
Metals react to moisture in a storage environment. Iron will rust, copper turns green, silver turns black and lead will turn into a white powder. Metals are best stored between 35 – 75 °F and 35 – 55% relative humidity. Elevate metal items off the floor to protect them from liquids creeping in on the floor.
Optical Disks
Optical discs like CDs, DVDs and video games should be stored in cool, dry environments. Temperatures between 65 – 70 °F with 45 – 50% relative humidity are ideal. Also avoid exposure to direct light, which can cause clouding on disc surfaces.
Vinyl Records
Always store records vertically, and in their original sleeves if possible. Records are best stored between 65 – 70 °F and 45 – 60% relative humidity. High temps can cause warping, and temps too low can cause a record to break in half.
Wine storage is one of the most finicky types of niche storage. The ideal environment for storing wine is low light, around 55 °F, and between 50-80% relative humidity. Wine that is kept in a too humid environment will age too fast, causing a cloudy, brown appearance. If the air is too dry, wine corks will dry out and crumble. This can compromise the seal or just make the bottle almost impossible to open.
Wooden Furniture & Instruments
Antique wood items and woodwind instruments don’t do well in fluctuating temperatures. Wood items will contract in colder temperatures and expand in warmer temperatures. Temperatures between 55 – 85 °F are ideal for storing wood items. Humidity levels should be between 30 – 50% to prevent the growth of mold and wood rot. Wood items should be cleaned and polished with oil before storage to prevent splitting.

What Can’t Be Stored In An Indoor Storage Facility?

We are not able to store any chemicals, hazardous waste, paint, aerosol cans, paint thinner, batteries, fire extinguishers, explosives, flammable items, perishable foods and other such items.

Contact Us

We would love to hear from you! To receive a quote on our moving and indoor storage services, please call us, e-mail us or fill out the form below. We will contact you within 1 hour with more information.