Riverside County

About Storage Container Operating in Riverside, California

Storage Containers deliver quality storage and office solutions for businesses and homes across Riverside, California. We provide a storage container or portable office to your home, work, or anywhere you need that extra flexible space. We also offer short- and long-term shipping container rental at our secure site for residential or business use.
We built our 40-year old business around providing high-quality storage and office solutions from the versatile and useful shipping container. We maintain and modify our containers to create custom storage and office space for our customers in Riverside. Everyone needs extra space at some time, and we are pleased to deliver it to you - fast. Or give you space at our place.
Residential Storage Solutions in Riverside, California

If you are planning a remodeling or simply painting a room, you need somewhere to put the stuff that is already in that space. Our range of storage container sizes from a modest 8-foot to 40-foot with all sizes in between offers you the right amount of space to keep your precious belongings free from damage and dirt by locking them away in a secure, clean storage container. If you have space, we can deliver to you so you can keep your possessions nearby. Otherwise, we can offer storage on our site with easy access during business hours. People in Riverside also use our storage containers for seasonal items and other possessions they want to keep safe but not underfoot.
Construction Storage Solutions in Riverside, California

If you have a construction site, then you need a place to keep your raw materials and tools locked up and protected. Our 24-foot container is an ideal size for standard 20-foot lengths with a bit of extra handling room. This size is the most popular with construction site owners in Riverside, but we have plenty of other sizes for your needs. We also supply an office trailer for your construction site office or salesroom. Between projects, we offer shipping container rental at our site for equipment and stock. When it comes to making your site management easier, we have the storage container and mobile office solution you are looking for, delivered, and budget friendly.
Storage Trailer Solutions in Riverside, California

When you are looking for a larger 40-foot or 45-foot space with the added benefit of dock-height access, you need one of our storage trailers. You can fit the contents of a whole house inside one of these or your site machinery and materials. When you have stuff to move to Riverside, we have the storage trailers that will move it efficiently and securely. Storage trailers are larger, easy to park, and easy to move around. Our Storage trailers are ideal for when you need large scale, dependable, weatherproof, and secure storage for a bulk load of anything – household possessions, inventory, or equipment. Or, if you are planning a house or business move.
About Riverside, California

Riverside city is the county seat of Riverside County. As the name suggests, you find it next to the Santa Ana River. Riverside has plenty of firsts – the first polo field ad the first golf course in Southern California. The first place in the States to plant Navel Orange trees – kickstarting the citrus industry. The idea for lane marking was the brainchild of Dr. June McCarroll, a 1915 Riverside County resident. Riverside County stretches from Los Angeles to Arizona – a rough rectangle filled with a desert in the east and middle but enjoying a Mediterranean climate in the west. Riverside is the largest city, but there are plenty of other towns and mid-sized cities in the region.
Why Move to Riverside, California?

Riverside is a central county and isn't on the coast – house prices are more affordable because you pay a premium for living by the sea. Plus, you get a choice of different environments – city living, small-town living, and rural. The central location means you benefit from the reasonable cost of living and ready access to all the other attractions of neighboring counties in addition to Riverside's attractions. You can visit the beach when you want to and hike in the mountains as an alternative. The schools are highly ranked, and there is a strong focus on promoting educational achievement in schools and colleges. Job growth is higher than the national average giving excellent employment opportunities when kids graduate. The climate scores 8.1 out of 10 for comfort – average 272 sunny days, about an inch of snow, and 11 inches of rain in a year. A few days in the summer are too hot, but generally, the weather is year-round pleasant. Living and working in Riverside County is pleasant with a relatively short commute (about 33 minutes), affordable housing, excellent employment opportunities, and lovely weather.
Things to Do in Riverside, California

Riverside is central to many fantastic attractions, but there are plenty of places to visit inside the county.

March Field Air Museum
March Field military base pioneered the essential practice of refueling an aircraft in flight. It has a pivotal role in the early military air war and operated from 1918 to 1996 when it became a reserve airbase. This museum showcases the history of flight and space exploration with over 80 aircraft on display, historical timelines, and many special exhibitions and events throughout the year. Most years there is a popular air show.
Mission Inn Museum
The museum tells the story of the Mission Inn from its beginnings as a modest boarding house to a luxury hotel. The museum collections cover the birth of aviation, Californian history, celebrity guests, citrus farming, and art. The museum and gift shop caters to a broad range of interests making it an educational and fun day out for everyone.
Mount Rubidoux Park
Mount Rubidoux is a famous landmark and city park lying to the west of Riverside City. The Easter sunrise service draws crowds and includes celebrity faces, and the 4th July firework display launches from the top of the mountain. You can walk the trails and enjoy the views from the top along with sites like the Peace Bridge and the Cross that sparked a lawsuit.
 
 
California Citrus State Historic Park
The impact of the citrus industry was to create the second gold rush. You can walk through orange groves and blocks of citrus trees in this 377-acre park. A working citrus farm occupies half the land and the rest is devoted to the history of the golden fruit that built the wealth of California.
 
Outer Towns and Cities Storage Container Services in Riverside County
Banning Beaumont Blythe Calimesa
Canyon Lake Cathedral City Coachella Corona
Desert Hot Springs Eastvale Hemet Indian Wells
Indio Jurupa Valley Lake Elsinore La Quinta
Menifee Moreno Valley Murrieta Norco
Palm Desert Palm Springs Perris Rancho Mirage
Riverside San Jacinto Temecula Wildomar