Storage Containers Hollister
Container Stop is committed to meeting Hollister storage container needs. Hollister and its surrounding communities of Prunedale, Aromas and San Juan Bautista are located approximately two hours from Container Stop in Paso Robles. We can deliver customized solutions for Hollister storage container uses and to all of the area’s communities.
We can supply 10 to 40-foot Hollister storage containers for specialized agricultural and rural needs as well as residential. We have both dry and refrigerated shipping containers that can be customized to specific needs. Extra windows and doors can be added to streamline access into the units.
Storage Containers Hollister for all your needs
Container Stop gives you the flexibility to own your own shipping container or rent one for temporary use. The units are heavy-duty steel and weatherproof. We can modify any of our units and tailor it to your needs.
Storage containers are becoming highly popular for more than just storage. We can customize any of our units for that art studio you have always wanted or for an extra bedroom. What about a game room or a secluded garden office? We can create it and deliver it, ready for your finishing touches.
You can buy one or rent one. Our prices are affordable and vary by size (10, 20 and 40-feet), new or used, and how much customization you want. Use our online form for a quote.
Hollister is the county seat of the largely rural San Benito County. When the town was founded in November 1868, it was still part of Monterey County. The name was taken from William Welles Hollister, a former owner of the property. The city was incorporated on August 29, 1872. The western portion of San Benito County, including Hollister, was separated from Monterey County in 1874. San Benito County was expanded eastward in 1887 to include portions of Merced and Fresno counties.
Hollister is one of three California towns claiming the title of “Earthquake Capital of the World” the other two being Coalinga and Parkfield. Hollister. The Calaveras Fault, a branch of the San Andreas Fault, runs through the town. Hollister is well-known among geologists because it portrays one of the best examples of aseismic creep in the world.
A 1947 motorcycle rally that turned into a riot in Hollister was the basis for the 1953 film, “The Wild One.” The annual motorcycle rally has been a highly popular, though sporadic, event in Hollister since 1997. The rally was intermittently canceled and revived over the years due primarily to security and community safety issues, including a shooting in 2014. As of 2016, the rally was resumed.
The Mutsun Ohlone Indians were the first known inhabitants of the Hollister region. Descendants still live in the region.
Hollister’s population is 36,589 as of 2013. The latitude and longitude is 36.8525° N, 121.4016° W.