How To | December 22, 2015
It is important to have a proper holiday decoration storage strategy for family heirloom ornaments to outside decorations to artificial Christmas trees. Holiday decorations come in all sizes, but most are usually small in size and relatively easy to store. However, artificial Christmas trees are quite large, need to be put up then taken down every year and can take up quite a lot of storage space. Artificial Christmas trees are very durable, but you still need to make sure that you have the best Christmas tree storage solution for your needs, so you can continue to use the tree for many holidays to come.
When it is time to take down the Christmas tree, it is important to properly prepare the tree for storage. Consult the tree’s manufacturer instructions and recommendations for how to store your tree. Some companies recommend disassembling trees for storage, while others recommend keeping the tree fully assembled. Each Christmas tree storage solution will require time and storage space. Find out how to store a Christmas tree at home or in a self storage unit with the following tips:
One of the best and easiest ways to store an artificial Christmas tree is fully assembled. The only downfall is a fully assembled tree can take up a lot of storage space.
The most commonly used option for Christmas tree storage is to take apart the tree and store the pieces in boxes. There are certain steps to follow to make sure that you have all of the branches properly stored and ready to be used for next year’s holiday.
Placing seasonal decorations in a storage unit is a great household storage solution. Renting a storage unit also helps to eliminate some of the post-holiday clutter that tends to accumulate at the beginning of every New Year. Seasonal items can be stored in the back of a storage unit and then switched out throughout the year when they are needed. Stop by any of the 48 ezStorage self-storage locations in the Baltimore, Northern Virginia and Washington D.C. areas to find out how easy it is to store your Christmas tree and other holiday decorations.