Seacans, commonly known as shipping containers, lack active climate control features typically found in specialized storage facilities. These containers, primarily constructed from steel, provide a degree of protection against extreme weather conditions through their design. They are sealed to be weatherproof, guarding against rain, snow, and wind. While they offer insulation against temperature fluctuations, seacans aren’t entirely climate-controlled. They can moderate internal temperatures to some extent, shielding stored items from direct sunlight and extreme heat or cold. Their robust construction ensures durability against harsh weather elements, such as strong winds and heavy snow loads, minimizing the risk of external damage to items stored inside. However, despite these protective qualities, seacans aren’t immune to temperature variations outside. To bolster protection, adding insulation materials inside the container and using moisture-absorbing products can help regulate internal conditions. For items sensitive to temperature and humidity changes, a climate-controlled storage unit might be a more suitable choice, offering precise control over environmental factors to ensure optimal preservation over extended periods.
Our RV storage site is 8 minutes west from St. Albert just off Villeneuve Rd and Range Rd 264. Easy access to the Anthony Henday Freeway, Highway 44 and Highway #2/St. Albert Trail, St. Albert.