About self storage in New Jersey
Looking for storage in New Jersey?
The Garden State lies sandwiched between New York City and Philadelphia. It is the most densely populated state in the United States. It is the only state to have every one of its counties deemed “urban” by the Census Bureau’s Combined Statistical Area.
The population is very ethnically and religiously diverse. The majority of the population is Caucasian, African American, Hispanic and Latino, Asian and Arab. StorageFront offers a bilingual interface in Spanish to accommodate its visitors. To view the site in Spanish, click “Habla Espanol” on the home page and be redirected from English to Spanish.
New Jersey is home to many college towns, including Rutgers University (New Brunswick, Newark, Camden), Seton Hall University (South Orange), Princeton University (Princeton), and storage facilities in these areas will reach capacity quickly. If you’re a student on the hunt for storage during a summer session or extra semester, ask about student discounts. For more information on storage with students, visit Storage Tips in the Student Storage section.
New Jersey’s climate is dependent on its different regions. Summers are typically hot and humid, as the state average high temperatures are 82-88 degrees Fahrenheit, and lows are 60-70 degrees Fahrenheit. Temperatures exceed 90 degrees Fahrenheit during the summer. Winters are usually cold with high temperatures ranging anywhere from 38-46 degrees Fahrenheit. Annual precipitation ranges from 43-51 inches spread throughout the year. Average snowfall ranges from 10-15 inches per winter in the south and near the seacoast, 15-30 inches in the northeast and the central part of the state, to about 40-50 inches in the northwestern highlands. Precipitation falls on average of 120 days a year, with 25 to 30 thunderstorms, most occurring during the summer. During the winter and early spring, New Jersey can experience blizzards and flooding through the northeastern United States.
When looking for storage, take this into consideration. Items that are susceptible to humidity include leather, electronics (computers, televisions, stereos, fax machines, and DVD players), plastics, photographs, furniture, wood, film, and others. Visit Storage Help for a list of items, and the benefits of climate controlled facilities.
Many acclaimed musicians hail from New Jersey, making the state an important influence in musical culture. Some names include Frank Sinatra, Bruce Springsteen, Jon Bon Jovi, Whitney Houston, Dionne Warwick, and the Jonas Brothers.
New Jersey offers many attractions when the weather is pleasant and even when it’s not so pleasant. Asbury Park, Atlantic City, Ocean City, Jackson’s Six Flags Great Adventure, The Thomas Edison Museum, Ellis Island National Monument, The Liberty Science Center, New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Prudential Center, The Appalachian Trail, and Walt Whitman’s Tomb and House are a few on the long list of attractions. If you live in the Tri State Region and are looking for storage, make StorageFront your first stop.
For more about self storage basics, and tips pertaining to climate control, visit Storage Help.