Holiday Decoration Storage Plympton MA
January 2, 2021

Holiday Decoration Storage Tips for Plympton MA

After the holidays when you are confronted with the task of putting away all of your holiday decorations, look to self storage to simplify things. 106 Self Storage on County Road has drive-up storage units and outdoor parking space you can rent to store your items throughout the year. Browse our selection and check out our holiday decoration storage tips for our Plympton MA neighbors!

Include Padding with Ornaments

The ornaments on your tree symbolize firsts, new beginnings, and memories. Give them a properly padded box or bin so they do not crash into one another. You can wrap them in paper or put small pieces of cardboard in between them.

Keep Your Tree’s Box

After you take off the decorations, disassemble as directed on the box. Try to wrap up your tree as small as possible to fit nicely back inside its box. You can wrap string around the branches to pull them in tighter, but be careful not to pull too tight and break off your needles. If you no longer have the box it came in, your next best bet is to purchase a storage bag.

Store Wrapping Paper Long-Term

If you did not use all your wrapping paper this year, do not let it go to waste. Save it for next year! When you pack away your holiday decorations in a 106 Self Storage unit, you can throw in your wrapping paper, too! Secure inside a long bin for the best protection against humidity and damage.

Rent Holiday Decoration Storage in Plympton MA

106 Self Storage offers the most convenient storage options for residents of Plympton MA, Halifax, and Kingston. Located on County Road, our facility has professionals and storage supplies on-site to assist you. You can rent a drive-up storage unit month-by-month or long-term to house your holiday decorations until next year. We also offer vehicle storage with our outdoor parking spaces. Rent online today!

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Tim Glasow

Tim Glasow

About the Author: Tim is an SEO Strategist at Storage Asset Management in York, PA. He is a self-storage industry specialist who has written about everything from storage advice and helpful resources to industry trends. In his free time, Tim enjoys sampling craft beer and exploring the local music scene.