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Store your beach gear or find a home for your boat during the off-season with boat storage near Myrtle Beach! SpareBox Storage is here and has you covered.
At SpareBox Storage, we’re making storage simplified. With online reservations, bill payments, and more, your contact-less storage experience couldn’t be easier. Conveniently located at 3745 Socastee boulevard, our storage units are less than 15 minutes from the beach, giving you secure storage that’s also easily accessible. And that’s just one of the perks. Read on to find out why these are some of the best storage units in Myrtle Beach, SC.
Named after the native wax myrtle shrub that grows throughout town, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is a popular vacation destination and a thriving residential area.
Myrtle Beach is located in the heart of the Grand Strand coast and has over 60 miles of Atlantic coastline. A lot of that coastline features pristine beaches and marinas for easy access to the ocean, making Myrtle Beach a popular spot for beach-lovers and water-sport enthusiasts alike.
Visitors and residents can also enjoy nearby shopping outlets, a wide selection of fine dining, and a variety of local events including concerts, crafts, and the annual dragon boat festival. With so many attractions close by and activities happening all year long, there is no shortage of things to do at Myrtle Beach.
Whether you’re moving and in need of temporary self-storage in Myrtle Beach or a long-time resident looking for some extra space, the Myrtle Beach 3745 Socastee Boulevard SpareBox Storage location is the perfect place! We offer 10’ x 10’ and 10’ x 15’ storage units with security monitoring and extended access hours.
Our storage units in Myrtle Beach are less than 15 minutes away from the beach, making them the perfect location for storing your beach gear, boats, kayaks, and other water equipment. All of our units are contact-free, meaning you can rent a unit, make payments, and manage your account entirely online. Contact SpareBox Storage today and ask us about our Myrtle Beach self-storage units. Some of these units are a rare find—rent today!
Because Myrtle Beach is so close to the ocean, you’ll want to make sure you are protecting your belongings from the humidity. Here are a few tips for how to best prevent humidity damage:
-Make sure your items are completely dry before placing them into storage.
-Place desiccants like silica beads inside of your boxes to help absorb any moisture that might get in.
-Fill several containers with cat litter and put them inside your storage unit to help absorb extra moisture from the air.
-If storing clothing, consider using vacuum-sealed bags to take out all of the air and prevent moisture from building up and causing mold to grow on your favorite pair of jeans.
-Arrange the items in your unit for optimal airflow. Avoid pushing boxes and furniture right up against the wall or packing them in tightly. Instead, try to leave space for air to flow around them.