Author: Party Barn Boat & RV Storage

Protect Your Classic Cars With Long-Term Auto Storage

Classic auto collectors want their cars in perfect condition, either for their own joy or for when they decide to sell them off. If you’re looking to protect your investment from damage, long-term auto storage centers are a great idea.

Protect Your Classic Cars With Long-Term Auto Storage

Storage Centers Protect From Weather Damage

Your mint-conditions classic cars have to stay in great shape to be worth anything. A bit of rust or some weathering will decrease their value and can also cause a spiral of increasing damage that is difficult to stop. Storing them in a long-term auto center protects your investment by keeping them out of weather conditions.

Create An Easy-To-Access Display Area

When you’re trying to show off your classic cars to potential sellers, it is important to have a display area that is easy to reach. Long-term auto storage centers are great for this reason as they create a comfortable place for your vehicles. You can show them off to potential buyers all in a line, creating a great showcase that shows off what you got.

Most Centers Are Flexible

Are you looking for a center that is willing to haggle on pricing? Most are willing to discuss discounts, particularly for those who are storing their autos long-term. They are particularly interested in finding people who want to store a large number of autos. For these clients, they will offer deals in order to attract them to store as many vehicles as possible.

So if you’re interested in long-term auto storage as a way of protecting your cherry vehicles, please contact us today. Make sure to ask about our discounts or specials to ensure you get the greatest deal.

Boat Trailer Storage: Spend More Time Boating

Towing and unloading…towing and unloading. The actually boating part of the trip is what you want to spend most of your time doing. Instead, you lug your boat to the lake, back it down the ramp, dock it, get back into your truck, drive it to the parking lot with the trailer, then go back to your boat and finally started enjoying your day.

Boat Trailer Storage: Spend More Time Boating

Wouldn’t it be nice if you could get rid of some of these steps and begin your boating excursions much faster? There is a way: utilize boat trailer storage, and leave your trailer close, but out of your way.

Consider a Marina

There is no doubt that storing your boat in the water results in increased monthly costs. But also consider the cost (and time spent) of driving a trailer every single time you want to use your boat. That is no cheap endeavor either. But docking your boat in a marina allows you immediate access to the boat. And the most logical choice for your trailer? Store it at nearby Party Barn Boat & RV Storage.

Party Barn offers safe, secure storage enabling you to quickly pull your boat out of the water when you need to, without requiring you to return home for your trailer. Then, when it is time to pull your boat out for maintenance or at the end of the season, or for an emergency, you didn’t have to be psychic and know beforehand that you should drive to the marina with your trailer.

Enjoy Your Time on the Lake

The most important part of deciding to store your trailer is how much time do you want to spend boating and how much time do you want to spend dinking around with your trailer? Have peace of mind with the secure options offered at Party Barn Boat & RV Storage. They also offer a gate and code entry system for extra protection. Whether you need quick access uncovered storage or desire more protection with our covered or enclosed options, check us out! Contact us to find the perfect storage choice for your boat!

Camper Storage 101: Preparation Tips

Are you thinking about storing your camper this season? Before you lock the doors and leave our lot, make sure you’ve checked the following tips on camper storage to ensure your adventure vehicle will be in top shape when you return:

Camper Storage 101: Preparation Tips

  • Charge up the batteries.  Batteries will lose charge over time, so it’s best to ensure they are at a high level to prevent them from going bad. You’ll want levels of at least 80% (it’s a good idea to check them with a hydrometer or voltmeter once a month if possible). Also, inspect the electrolyte levels and add distilled water if low.
  • Clean up the batteries and their terminals.  Another battery storage must is to ensure they are completely disconnected from your camper and to clean all terminals — you can use a simple baking soda and water mixture.
  • Drain all pipes and shut off all power.  You want to leave your RV in completely dry conditions. Drain water from any water tanks and lines you have, shut off all propane tanks and shut off the main electrical breaker. If you have a refrigerator in your RV, make sure it has been completely defrosted and cleaned out. For best effects, leave its doors open while you’re away to promote air circulation.
  • Choose the right storage space.  An RV storage facility like ours ensures an extra level of security and protection that might be unavailable in your driveway or backyard (plus it’ll be out of your way!). You can choose to either park it on our open log, covered parking, or in an enclosed storage space.

If you need help with any of these tips, don’t be shy and ask us! We’re more than happy to work with you to ensure your camper is safe and secure before you leave the premises. Contact us to learn more.