Trailers are an extremely handy vehicle to have on hand and can provide you with a great way to get from one place to another without much stress. But what do you do with your trailer when it’s not in use? Probably you consider them a space-eating eyesore. If you love having a trailer but you hate trying to find a safe spot to park it, Extra Room Self Storage has the answer: our Myrtle Beach storage facilities!
Extra Room Self Storage is a full-service storage company serving Myrtle Beach and Horry County. With our secure, spacious outdoor storage and vehicle storage facilities, competitive pricing, and friendly service, we are the ideal solution when you need dependable storage service.
Flatbed trailers, lowboys, refrigerated trailers, dry vans — no matter what type of trailer you have, or what size, you can find a storage solution that fits your specific needs with our team. Our facilities are top-class, and we offer both open-space outdoor storage and closed, covered storage areas for trailer and vehicle storage.
Our 9-acre outdoor storage facilities are totally secure, using a combination of 24-hour monitoring systems, security passcodes, floodlighting, and security fencing to ensure your trailer is snug and safe. And we keep trained personnel at our facilities at all times and on all days.
Depending on the type of trailer you have, and your storage needs, we offer a wide range of storage options. Choose from:
Why not just deal with the space you have available at your own home? Choosing to store with our team offers a bunch of big advantages, including:
With plenty of room, competitive pricing, and a dedicated team that focuses on what you need, Extra Room Self Storage is the local Myrtle Beach storage company you can count on. We’ve been providing top-notch storage services for years, and we go out of our way to make sure our clients are well cared for.
Check our trailer storage availability online any time, or contact us directly to find out more about trailer storage in South Carolina!
The storage unit size you need will depend on the specific dimensions of your trailer, but most flatbeds and similar trailers will fit in a 10-foot by 20-foot or 10-foot by 25-foot storage unit without much trouble.
Some covered trailers and larger units might also fit in those sizes, but you’ll want to measure your trailer to be sure.
Leaving your trailer uncovered for prolonged periods exposes it to the elements and potential damage; whether that’s a substantial risk depends on the type of trailer you’re storing, whether you use a protective cover, and how long you intend to store it.
Climate-controlled storage is a great investment if you’re worried about your trailer being exposed to the elements and degrading over time. Climate control can protect against problems like paint damage or fading due to sun exposure, rust, etc.
Unfortunately, it takes little weather exposure to permanently damage or destroy boxes, furniture, clothing, documents, etc., that you might think of as safe sitting in a covered trailer. Climate-controlled storage mitigates that risk.