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Hi from Texas!!!! Anyone quilt out of a rented storage unit?
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Old 05-16-2019, 07:24 PM
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Hi from Utah!

Regarding the storage unit: Would there be sufficient electrical outlets? Will you have enough light? What about temperature: hot in summer, cold in winter? Would there be a problem with insects or rodents?

It could be a nice little “she shed” if you can work out the logistics.
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Old 05-17-2019, 08:47 AM
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Originally Posted by RlgQuilts View Post
Hi from Texas!!!! Anyone quilt out of a rented storage unit?
Welcome from the state of Oregon! Almost Texan here I lived in the Dallas area for so long I have that Texas accent even after 17 years away.


Would the storage unit owners even allow such a thing to be done?
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Old 05-17-2019, 09:19 AM
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Welcome to the board!

Another question for renting a storage unit - what happens if you miss a rent payment? I know that people run businesses from rental units, but I think the rental unit is a small warehouse to them. Temperature control is important, but just as important is what exactly does that mean? I don't know the weather cycles in Utah, but if temp control means 45 degrees in winter and 85 degrees in summer, that could become uncomfortable to work in.


'Varmint' control is a good thing to know about. My mom rented a unit for a couple of years. The mice loved all the stuff to nest in and chewed up a few things, as well.

Let us know how it turns out.
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Old 05-17-2019, 09:32 AM
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Howdy from another Texan. Not so sure about the storage shed rental unit as an option for where to quilt. Are you talking about a climate controlled unit? Maybe you are talking about having an individual unit (like a container) moved to your property that you will rent & sort of "convert" into your sewing room. Anyway, welcome to the boards & I hope you enjoy it here.
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