Self-storage units play a critical role in facilitating the process of housing people’s belongings when they can’t find a place to put them. They provide security and peace of mind for the renter, who can count on retrieving their items in the exact condition as when they were stored. The question is, how can they be sure of that?
The fact is storage units can gather mold, mildew, dust, and moisture that can ultimately damage the contents of each unit over time if they are not properly isolated from the outdoor environment. In the case of the construction of a sizable New Hampshire self-storage facility, the building owners demanded that the facility was insulated with no other material than spray polyurethane foam.