Container Stop Now Providing Gilroy Storage Containers

 

–Recently, San Luis Obispo county’s only shipping container provider, Container Stop, is now providing storage containers to Gilroy, California. Container Stop is an all-in-one kind of business where customers have the option to buy, rent, and customize 10-40 foot shipping containers. Container Stop provides customers with a personalized, fully functioning,  storage container and delivers it exactly where it is needed. Container Stop is one of only a few shipping container providers in the Central California region. Container Stop is proud to not only customize Gilroy storage containers but to do it at a level of detail and professionalism not seen in the bigger shipping container businesses. All of the work that is needed for each individual order is carried out with Container Stop exclusively.

The owner of Container Stop, Garrett Crocker, is based in Paso Robles, California. Garrett has years of experience modifying shipping containers into various uses. With expertise in hauling and transporting and on-site storage, Container Stop is giving Californians a reason to celebrate. With a quickly growing business and a long list of previous clients, Container Stop Gilroy has a solid foundation of work and strives to be the best provider possible. Financially, shipping containers are competitive and cut down high overhead costs. Another reason to celebrate!

Agriculture is one of California’s biggest businesses, and Container Stop Gilroy has a wide variety of shipping containers perfect for keeping ranches and farms functioning smoothly. Secure with lockboxes, or bolt on locks, the shipping containers are theft-proof. With the ability to keep safe and secure, store dry or refrigerated goods, Container Stop has the customer’s needs covered. Container Stop can help customers install doors, windows, ventilation, electricity, insulation, racks, and shelving. From sliding doors to amazing paint jobs, and fully move in ready shipping containers, Container Stop does it all.

The ecological benefits of using upcycled shipping containers are proven when it helps to clean up our planet. People are seeking a greener future, amid a housing and environmental crisis, the and one of the possible solutions is to use recycling. With the use of recycled materials, Container Stop has given the eco-friendly minded people of California a business with heart and mind involved. Container Stop cares about the environment and strives to be ecologically aware. With some planning and design, the storage container of anyone’s dreams is easily attainable through Container Stop.

 

Container Stop

5873 Stockdale Rd.
Paso Robles, CA 93446
(805) 441-0883

www.ContainerStop.com

 

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Lighting Considerations for Customized Storage Containers

 

Finally, the decision is made and the order for that long dreamed about backyard studio or shop is about to be placed. The visions about settling in front of an easel, sipping morning coffee while gazing at the garden through the new office door, or firing up the power tools for woodworking projects are about to come true. All that is needed is to place the order with Container Stop for that storage container Monterey home and business owners have been talking about. The ever-growing versatility of storage containers Monterey and nearby areas has been turning to for extra space is unlimited thanks to Container Stop. The experienced staff at Container Stop not only delivers the customized container, they do the modifications needed for the perfectly repurposed storage container Monterey living has inspired.

Before completing the online quote request for Container Stop, take some time to think about answers to these two questions:

  • What do you need for your custom container?
  • Can your provide any other information to help us with your inquiry?

Answers to these questions are the guidelines the Container Stop crew finds helpful for making the needed modifications. Studios, offices and workshops all have unique lighting needs. Safety and productivity are at the top of the list that can bring the most enjoyment and satisfaction from the new space. Having windows and light fixtures installed where you need them it is going to:

  • Reduce or eliminate dependency on extension cords. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSO) there are about 4,000 injuries every year that are associated with extension cords. About half of the injuries are fractures, sprains and bumps and bruises that are treated in hospital emergency rooms.
  • Increase visibility by being able to direct light to where it is needed when it is needed.
  • Help make sure that power tools are used safely.
  • Prevent tripping and stumbling when walking to or from the house after dark.
  • Reduce the possibility of eye strain.

Windows are an excellent source of natural light. Placement of windows, perhaps including skylights or glass sliding doors, overhead lighting, lamps and outdoor lighting is going to increase satisfaction with the new workspace. Think about the following:

  • Where are you going to do the most work and what is the best primary light for that work? If you are painting or sketching, at least one skylight along with large windows might be order as well as artificial lighting that can be directed on the work.
  • Remember that plenty of light is essential when running power tools.
  • Computer work, writing and reading are all improved and eye strain reduced by the right kind of non-glaring lighting in the right places.
  • Are you planning on a storage closet, storage under a workbench or bookcases? Lighting in those areas might be beneficial. It’s much easier to find what you are looking for when a light is shining directly in the space.
  • Is overhead lighting going to work best in some areas of the workspace and desk or hanging lamps better in another?
  • Where will window placement be of the most benefit?
  • Remember to also include where electric outlets will need to be placed so there is someplace to plug in lamps and tools, and switch the lights on and off.