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Do I need a climate controlled storage unit in Chicago?
The forecast high for Chicago is 82 degrees today. The record high for today in Chicago is 90 degrees. High temperatures and humidity can cause mold and mildew to thrive. If you're considering storing items that are susceptible to mold and mildew during this period, consider renting a climate controlled storage unit.
Does Chicago student population affect self-storage prices?
Colleges and universities located in or nearby Chicago include Chicago State University, Columbia College Chicago, Concordia University, Depaul University, Dominican University, Illinois Institute of Technology, Loyola University Chicago, Moody Bible Institute, National Louis University, North Park University, Northeastern Illinois University, Roosevelt University, Saint Xavier University, School of The Art Institute of Chicago, University of Chicago, University of Illinois At Chicago. College students often need storage during summer and winter breaks and can drive prices up during these seasons.
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