How does it help to freeze the honey for a few days and then take it out again for storage?
freezing kills eggs and larva of small hive beetles and wax moths. The last thing you want is to pull a frame out of the hive and store it in what you think is a safe place and go to use it a few months later and find it destroyed. I'll be keeping the frames in the house and from what I've heard, you do NOT want a wax moth infestation inside your home. That was from someone who experienced it years ago and is still finding moths.
It's a good practice to freeze any comb that you plan on saving for future use whether it has honey in it or not. A day or two in the freezer and then bag it...or, as Joe D said... double bag it. I personally have enough room in my freezer to store 25-30 medium frames of honey. I don't know if honey can get frost burn so after letting it freeze solid, I'll vacuum wrap it and them either keep it in the freezer or save them in a plastic stage container with a top.