The popularity of Lego is still growing despite having been around for nearly 90 years. Whether you’re an avid collector or just starting out, a self storage room can help keep your collection organised & accessible. As your Lego collection grows, it can rapidly become overwhelming to find enough display & self storage space for all your pieces.
Greater capacity is one of the most obvious benefits of keeping your Lego in a self storage unit, due to the extra space that will be available. Instead of cluttering up your living area with boxes of Lego, you can move your collection to a self storage facility & free up room for other activities.
Lego bricks are made of plastic and therefore can become distorted by changes in temperature & humidity. Storing your Lego & their valuable set boxes in a ventilated self storage unit will protect them from extreme temperatures & moisture.
Self storage units, like the ones found at Morespace, are equipped with CCTV cameras, personal access codes & individual unit alarms. This means your Lego collection will be safe & secure, providing complete peace of mind that your investment remains protected.
It’s important to ensure your Lego collection is clean before storing it in a self storage unit. Dirt & dust can accumulate on the bricks over time, making it difficult to assemble them at a later stage. Use a soft-bristled brush to remove any dirt or debris from your Lego pieces & wipe them down with a damp cloth to remove any grime.
Take time to sort & label your Lego pieces before storing them in a self-storage unit. This will make it easier to find the pieces you need when you’re ready to build. Use clear plastic crates or drawers to organise your Lego by colour or type for ease of access later.
Plastic containers can be an effective way to organize your Lego pieces and keep them separate. Use resealable clear plastic bags to store small or delicate pieces & label each bag with its contents. This will help you keep track of your pieces & prevent them from becoming lost or even damaged.
Using racking is an excellent way to store your Lego collection in a self-storage unit. The shelves provide a visual display for your sets plus uncomplicated access to your pieces when needed.
Lego sets are only available from retailers for a limited time, before they’re retired. The value of these sets often increase over time therefore keeping them safe & secure is worthwhile.