Paso Robles Storage Container provider announces the launch of a new website

–Container Stop, Paso Robles storage container providers, has recently announced the launch of a new website designed by Access Publishing, publishers of Paso Robles Daily News, Atascadero Daily News, and SLO County Visitor’s Guide. Their new website features a wide array of new tabs, including a gallery, home page, contact information, and request a quote, where visitors can email Container Stop for a quote on rentals or purchases.

The new website offers a sleek, well-formatted design and offers useful information about the company, the owner, Garett Crocker, and the multiple means of contacting them. Included on the home page is a link to their Facebook and Twitter, accordion tabs with information regarding phone support and their shipping containers, links to the websites of companies who have worked with Container Stop in the past such as Ancient Peaks Winery, Carefree Pools, Clautiere Vineyards, Monterey Peninsula College, and Margarita Adventures, as well as a tab which allows the user to “Request a Quote.”

The “Request a Quote” tab takes the user to another page, where one can fill out information such as name, email, company or organization (if applicable), delivery address, city, state, and contact information, as well as desired specifications for the containers needed such as how many, container type (standard dry, chassis, refrigerated, or all), the size of the container needed (10 foot, 30 foot, and 40 foot offered), whether a rental or sale is needed, option for a cargo worthy shipping certification, and whether or not one has the means necessary to unload the containers such as a forklift and an option to provide further information necessary to help provide a price quote.

The Gallery tab takes users to a page that features pictures of some of the shipping containers offered by Container Stop and also showcases some of the modifications that have been made to the containers and are offered by Container Stop. In many of the pictures modifications such as standard doors, windows with shutters, and even pull-up doors to make mini storages out of the containers.

Container Stop
Container Stop is a Paso Robles Storage Container company started by local and Cal Poly graduate Garett Crocker to fulfill a need in the Central Coast and North County for outdoor, mobile storage. They offer fairly priced shipping containers as well as modification services to suit whatever needs you may have. Container Stop ships all throughout California, and will even ship out of state, but offers free delivery to local orders. For all of your shipping container needs, think Container Stop.

Container Stop
5873 Stockdale Road
Paso Robles, CA 93446
(805) 441-0883

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6 Ways to Secure Your Arroyo Grande Storage Containers

Here at Container Stop, our Arroyo Grande storage containers have the strength and endurance to withstand shipping, storage, and handling. They range from large reusable steel boxes used for intermodal consignments, to the universal crimped boxes most of us are familiar with. Many people have taken to using these containers as an alternative to rental storage units, and some have even found ways to turn storage containers into innovative housing.

It is crucial that with these containers you secure them and keep them safe from thieves and vandals; here are 6 ways to assure their safety brought to you by Container Stop!

1. Lockboxes for your shipping containers. As many of us know, padlocks will not always keep your items safe, as many people can bust a padlock open with something as simple as a hammer. Unlike padlocks, lockboxes will are big steel boxes that simply cannot be tampered with; it’s near impossible to break through these! A lockbox will keep your padlock out of view and inaccessible to lock cutters, they’re inexpensive and easy to install.

2. Inner bolts are like deadbolts for your Arroyo Grande storage containers. Inner bolts are somewhat similar to deadbolts found in the doors of most houses; they are made of very solid steel that enables them to provide extra security to all types of containers. They lock the containers from the inside, making it near impossible to remove them from their position unless you can access them.

3. Crossbar locks: quick and easy. Crossbar locks are easily installable within seconds without welding; they prevent the primary doors’ handle from turning. Crossbar locks are designed so that even if someone were to succeed in cutting the padlock, they cannot get into the container.

4. Nothing says secure like an alarm system. No matter what for, alarm systems are always the best form of security; Traditional alarm systems can be used if your container is in close proximity to a building or phone line because they need an electrical connection or on-site landline. There’s also the GSM container alarm, which allows your 24-hour remote monitoring and wireless installation capabilities through the mobile phone network.

5. Perimeter fencing will keep those thieves and vandals at bay! Large perimeter fencing is made up of metal mesh and bars and in a row of razor wire at the top, making it incredibly difficult to climb. It won’t necessarily stop intruders, but come on, who’s really willing to climb a 9-foot fence topped off with razor wire?

For your Arroyo Grande storage containers, call Container Stop at (805) 441-0883