Month: August 2021

Indoor and Outdoor Boat Storage

Your boat is a major investment.  You’ve undoubtedly spent considerable time, effort, and money ensuring that it runs like the well-oiled machine that it’s supposed to be.  Finding the proper storage solution for your boat will bring you peace of mind; you’ll know that it’s safe and well protected.  There are several indoor and outdoor boat storage options available to you:

Indoor and Outdoor Boat Storage

On Your Property:

This is the most economical of all of your options.  There are several factors to consider before deciding if storing your own boat is for you.  Will your HOA allow it?  Does it affect your ability to use the rest of your space?  How do your neighbors feel?  Your boat should be an object that brings joy, and if having it at your home isn’t going to do that, some of these other options may be better suited for you.

Outdoor Boat Storage:

While this type of storage offers the least amount of protection from the elements, it is still an excellent option for those on a budget.  Party Barn’s 12 inch crushed asphalt surface ensures that you will never have to worry about getting in or out of your storage spot.

Covered Boat Storage:

Covered storage is the middle ground storage solution and the best one for boats too large to fit in the enclosed storage spaces. This is a great way to protect your boat from the elements and dreaded sun fading.  At Party Barn, we offer several covered storage size options that will suit most and also the option for stalls with electricity.

Enclosed Boat Storage:

Enclosed storage is very similar to what you see at personal self-storage facilities.  This option will give your boat the most protection but is only available to those with smaller vessels. Party Barn’s enclosed accommodations come in 12×30 sizes with choices between asphalt pad and 8′ clearance or concrete pad with 9.5′ clearance.

You have so many options for your craft’s storage.  If you’re northeast of Dallas, TX, give Party Barn a call and let us help you figure out your best solution. With our secure facility, you’ll never lose another night’s sleep over your boat!

How Do You Store A Boat Long-Term?

A boat is a substantial investment and a cool luxury item to own. After a long summer of water sports or hours of leisure time on the lake, parking your boat under the garage can wind up being costly.  Whether you’ve found yourself with no time to use your boat post pandemic or you’re looking for storage options for your long-term needs, the storage professionals at Party Barn Boat & RV Storage discuss the best way to store your boat. Keep reading more details below to learn how to store your boat long-term.

How Do You Store A Boat Long-Term?

How To Utilize Long-Term Boat Storage

1. Location

If you’re storing your boat at a storage facility, the location is a key factor in signing a long-term agreement. A centralized location gives clients easy access to their boat. Party Barn Boat & RV Storage is conveniently located near Lake Lavon and Lake Ray Hubbard. Get your boat and get out on the water anytime with a great boat storage location in Wylie, TX.

2. Features

Great storage features means less maintenance on the interior/exterior of your boat. Your boat trim and paint are exposed to the elements by simply sitting in your yard or under a carport. Covered or enclosed storage safeguards your boat and saves the expense of excess maintenance. Simply give your boat a good wash before you plan to store it long-term to decrease the need for maintenance. With our 12 inch crushed asphalt surface, we protect your tires from weather related wear and tear.

Best of all, our professionals offer an individualized access code giving you access to your boat 24/7.

3. Trust The Professionals

The professionals understand the basics of storing a boat long-term. From pre-storage washing to costs, Party Barn Boat & RV Storage is prepared to discuss your storage needs. You’re invited to contact us about your long-term storage options. Visit our blog to learn more about boat storage.