Plympton MA seasonal storage

Top 3 Tips for Storing Tailgating Equipment

How are you storing your seasonal gear when the game is over? Seasonal storage at 106 Self Storage offers the space you need when the sports gear comes indoors and the tailgating supplies go into storage. Whether you plan on playing indoors or braving the weather outside, a Plympton MA storage unit keeps you coordinated. Keep your belongings ready for the next cookout with our assistance and storage units.


The smells from the grill are  just as enticing at the storage unit as they are at the game. To keep your fan base at the stadium wash the grill racks and tongs before storing. The remanence of burger will welcome pest and bugs. You want to keep your sports memorabilia looking like new, so keep these unwanted guests out of your space.


After a few seasons your canopy topper may start to look a little worse for the ware. The hot summer sun beats down and makes the fabric brittle. If you notice sun shining through where it should not, patch it as soon as possible. It is best to fix these before storing since you will be excited when the first game of the season is scheduled.


Consider having one last backyard BBQ to use up any left over propane, charcoal, or lighter fluid. These flammable items do not keep their effectiveness till next year. Our Plympton MA self storage facility does not allow any flammables to be stored in our units. So, if you decide to keep them till next year, store them in a dry cool environment away from anything that produces heat.

Our self storage facility is the ideal spot for seasonal storage while we watch the snow fall. Our Plympton MA storage space is waiting to help you stay organized this winter. Stop in 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.