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Old 05-03-2019, 01:24 PM
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Hi all,

Looking for input on if I should be worried about storing my collection (mainly tickets/programs/paper items - www.colgatefootballcollection.com) in the basement of my new house. It is a finished/temp controlled area and I have no concerns about water/flooding. Everything would be off the floor anyway, but wanted to get input before my wife kills me for trying to takeover a bedroom.

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Ryan
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Moisture is your enemy. There shouldn't be any sunlight so you should be fine there. Good luck
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Depending on the part of the country that you live, you may want to invest in a dehumidifier(s). Living in Houston, I have two dehumidifiers in my office that sucks out the moisture where I collect all my memorabilia. They work great and keep the moisture out - especially during the summer months.
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I learned the hard way after Hurricane Sandy that flood insurance doesn't cover anything in the basement other than the mechanicals. Boiler, hot water heater, washer/dryer etc. Of course I never read my policy until I needed it. fI you are not in an area prone to flooding of course not an issue.
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