· A kitchen selling takeaway street food.
· A beach bar and barbecue stand.
· A shop
· A workshop or craft room.
· A house
· An art gallery
· A classroom.
· A museum
• You pay only for the time you use the container.
• You are not responsible for maintenance.
• Over time the cost of renting a single container may exceed the purchase cost.
• The storage container supplier arranges transport.
• You can modify it to suit your needs.
• At the end of your use, there may be resale value.
• You are responsible for maintenance and repairs.
• When it no longer meets your needs, you need to sell or dispose of it.
Renting a Storage Container is the Best Option if:
· You need different sizes of containers throughout the year.
· Your need is temporary.
· You need to move storage containers to different locations.
· You need to use an onsite storage container because you do not have a suitable site.
If you are looking to Buy a Storage Container:
· Inspect it before purchase to be sure it meets your needs and is in useable condition.
· Know where you are going to place it and prepare your site.
· Consider having desirable modifications completed before delivery.
A portable storage container is a long box with a door at one end, that's true. There are some standard features across all types of storage container:
· Plywood floor – shipping containers use marine ply.
· Standard 8-foot width
· Double doors on one short side.
· Weatherproof and lockable.
· Painted exterior to protect the steel.
· Durable, versatile structures.