Moore Residents: Get Your Snowblower out of Self-Storage this Year
As the ads for popular fantasy drama TV show state, “winter is coming.” And according to the Farmer’s Almanac, it’s going to be a cold one, so don’t let the relatively mild temperatures we’ve been enjoying so far fool you. Snow is supposed to hit, and hit hard, starting in January, with extremely cold temperatures headed our way in February. What does that mean for self-storage in Oklahoma?
Well, first off, it means that you aren’t going to get away with leaving those shovels, snow blowers, plows, salt spreaders, ice melt, and any of your other winter accessories in storage this year. If you already put them away because you figured we were out of the woods, be prepared to haul them back out to beat back Old Man Winter once the real cold starts.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s long-term outlook for winter weather is promising cold temperatures and wet weather across much of the southern United States this winter, including right here in Oklahoma. So while winter may be getting a bit of a late start this year, don’t count the nasty weather out just yet.
Winter in Oklahoma is an unpredictable ride in the best of circumstances, and there’s nothing worse than getting caught with your proverbial pants down when cold weather hits. It’s much better to get your snow and ice-fighting equipment ready while the weather is fine, so that it’s in good shape by the time the ice and snow arrive.
Don’t want your ice melt, snow blower, or any of the rest of your winter weather toolkit cluttering up your garage or house in the meantime? Don’t worry! You can always keep it in self-storage and get it out as needed. Fortunately, Storage ‘R’ Us is accessible 24/7, 365 days a year, come rain (or snow) or shine, so whatever you need, whenever you need it, it’ll be right there waiting for you.
Self-storage from Storage ‘R’ Us is a great resource for storing all of your winter survival gear all year round. Not just for homeowners, either. Businesses, city departments, and even HOAs that have their own snow and ice removal equipment can benefit from self-storage in Oklahoma, not to mention auto storage that can take care of snow plows and other specialty vehicles during the off-season.
Whatever your plans for self-storage in Moore, Oklahoma this winter, don’t expect to get a boost from mild weather or a nice warm blast from El Niño. This winter in Oklahoma is shaping up to be cold, wet, and snowy. Luckily, Storage ‘R’ Us is happy to be your winter weather headquarters, so that all your stuff can stay right at hand should you need it to combat whatever the coming winter throws at you!
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