Rent Commercial Containers
We understand how important it is to have efficient, affordable ways to expand your business and quickly adapt to changes in the market.
Our rental storage containers eliminate the cost and inconvenience of sending staff out to an offsite storage unit or dealing with small, less secure pods, and our mobile offices provide extra workspace whenever you need it.
We’ve got your back, whether your business is commercial, government, healthcare or education.
HOW IT WORKS
Choose Your Container Type
Whether you need storage, office or combo space, determine how many containers, what sizes and door types your business needs.
What’s Your Timeframe
Standard delivery is within 3-5 days of order. If you need it sooner, we’ll do our best to accommodate
Choose What Options
Select what add-ons, accessories and utilities you’d like.
Pick Up Planning
Are we taking your packed container directly to your new location? Or do you need to store it at our location until you’re ready?
Determine Security Needs
All of our storage containers come standard with dual-lock vault-like security
Commercial Containers to Rent
Open or Closed Pipe Racks
Folding Plan Table
Spray Foam Insulation
FRequently asked questions
We prorate after the first 28-day billing cycle, starting the day after you request pick up.
Yes, we disclose all fees up front. We will only charge you after your rental term for major damage and will be sure to discuss it with you beforehand.
No, but we do offer a damage liability waiver (DLW), which costs 10% of the monthly rental price. This covers damage (except for graffiti) to our storage containers and portable offices, but not the contents. Other companies use a limited liability waiver (LLW) and charge an additional fee if you don’t have a certificate of insurance (COI). We will never stick you with any hidden fees during rental or after.
We don’t offer containers with constant climate control; however, we can provide spray foam insulated units with thermostat control up to 10 degrees of the outside temperature. These use a HVAC unit that you just have to plug in to a power source or extension cord. These units were designed specifically for restoration companies because we know your clients need extra protection for their items.
No, all of our portable offices are ground-mounted.
Due to Department of Transportation weight restrictions and safety reasons, we cannot move loaded 40 ft containers. By industry standards, only 20 ft or smaller containers can be moved loaded.
We won’t move containers that have illegal substances, animals, humans, paint, or flammables inside.
As long as you have detailed where you want the container placed, you don’t have to be there while we deliver it.
No, we do not rent out units with plumbing but do for purchases with our modified portable offices.
PODS and Coolbox don’t use ISO shipping containers for storage or moving, so their units are not as strong and secure as our corrugated steel containers, which have one of the highest strength-to-weight ratios of any construction material. Additionally, companies like them focus on residential customers and storing at their location, leading to higher prices and more inconvenience.
When you rent a shipping container, you have the flexibility to keep it at your business location or ours, along with more sizes to choose from, higher security and more space for a lot less cost. With a public storage unit, you have less choice, space and security and it’ll cost considerably more. Shop and compare to see for yourself.
Yes. You can add spray foam insulation to 20 and 40 ft storage containers. All of our mobile offices come with insulation and HVAC units already installed. You just need to plug it in to your generator.
Yes, you can alter our rental containers and portable offices, but any alterations must be undone and unit in original good condition upon return. You can also choose add-ons, accessories and utilities for your rented containers and offices from our list of rental options.
You need to be there when we pick up the loaded container to unlock it. We need to verify that there are no prohibited items inside it and ensure everything is packed tightly enough to not slide during transit.
Secure it with mattresses, plywood, or rope to make sure that things don't shift when being loaded on and off the moving truck.
Yes, we do a rough level to ensure the doors can open and close correctly.