Shipping Container Farming With Help From Container Stop

Creative and ingenious people never run out of ways to transform a shipping container from a  corrugated metal box into something spectacular and inspiring. Such is the case with a newer trend in the eco-friendly practice of recycling shipping containers into new forms: container farming!

Now, at first glance, this might not seem to make much sense. A farm is a farm and a shipping container is a shipping container, after all. You can’t fit a farm into a shipping container and a shipping container isn’t big enough to become a farm.

We can’t really argue with the idea that a whole farm isn’t going to fit into a shipping container. But it’s absolutely possible to turn a shipping container into a self-contained, miniature farm. In fact, it’s already happening all over the world.

Furthermore, recycled and refurbished shipping containers can be useful on a farm for a variety of reasons. They can be turned into sheds, storage spaces for machinery and tools, office spaces, housing, restrooms, laboratories, greenhouses, lunch counters, and so much more.

But we’re getting a little sidetracked here. (It happens when one begins to talk about just how many different ways a shipping container can be reimagined.) Truth is, container farming is a reality right now.

Let’s examine further.

Farming and Shipping Containers

Container Stop can modify a shipping container to allow for an abundance of light. Irrigation systems can be installed inside and, depending on the crop, adjusted for maximum growth. Multiple containers can be arrayed together to increase crop sizes.

Shipping containers are ideal for hydroponic growing, too, as well as all manner of vertical farming. Nutrient-rich water can be used to grow food — everything from leafy greens (heads of lettuce, spinach) to high-quality and micro-produced fruits and vegetables.

Plus, shipping containers are modular, compact, and inexpensive. They’re also designed to be shipped, naturally; this means you can get them where you need them without much hassle — either across the farm or across the country.

Possibilities

Think of the possibilities. A restaurant can utilize a container to grow its own vegetable to be served fresh from the farm to hungry customers. Producing food closer to where it’s consumed saves on shipping and storage costs, too. Plus, the limited square foot space saves money on rent, mortgages, and utilities.

Plus, the clientele will love the fact that they’re eating local produce not from a conventional farm but from a climate-controlled environment; an ecologically sound farming unit for growing crops like a leafy green machine!

So what’s on your mind this growing season? The easiest herbs to grow or how much sun do herbs need? Wondering how to grow celery from scraps or about growing vegetables from scraps? The answers may be contained in a container!

As AgFunderNews.com reports, “Growing in retrofit shipping containers has received significant buzz over the past five to 10 years as produce is grown hyper-locally on a small footprint. The fully contained structure allows year-round growth regardless of the outside environment. Other benefits include less use of water than traditional farming as well as the lack of need for pesticides given the fully contained structure.”

Like to hear more? Get in touch with Container Stop today! We’ll show you how we reconfigure shipping containers to take advantage of limited space, no matter how many square feet we’re dealing with.

We look forward to speaking with you!

A Shipping Container Restaurant? Bon Appétit!

As we’ve mentioned time and time again on this blog, you can transform a shipping container into pretty much anything. Office spaces, sheds, apartments, pools, and so much more.

But did you know you can also turn a shipping container into a restaurant? Yep. A full-fledged restaurant with a kitchen, dishwashing station, deep fryer, booths, tables, chairs, a bar — you name it! If it belongs in a restaurant, it can go inside a shipping container transformed into a restaurant.

Skeptical? We don’t blame you. From the outside looking in, it seems hardly worth contemplating turning a boxy, rugged, corrugated steel shipping container into a cozy restaurant complete with shipping container kitchen, delicate tablecloths, candles, and servers wearing white aprons.

But at Container Stop, we know just how much a shipping container inspires human ingenuity and creativity. As we just mentioned, we’ve turned shipping containers into all sorts of public and private spaces. The modular design of these containers means you can make a restaurant of just about any size and shape.

One Of A Kind

Consider just one world-famous example: Jerry Wu’s Flyin’ Moose in Kaohsiung City, Taiwan. It was constructed with seven containers to make a one-of-a-kind, two-story shipping container restaurant.

“Customers will be surprised and ask ‘What are you doing with containers?’” Wu told the Los Angeles Times.

What are we doing with containers?

So very much, indeed.

Look how cool and chic these shipping container restaurants are. From Toronto’s Market 707 to Portland, Oregon’s, Aprisa Mexican Cuisine all the way down to actual Mexico for DK Puerto Morelos, these and other innovative restaurants, food carts, and eateries are changing what it means to go out for dinner.

“Piggybacking off the tiny house and food truck trends,” writes Architectural Digest, “a growing number of eateries are popping up inside shipping containers. Converted into veritable kitchens, the trend doesn’t stop with one type of cuisine. The catch is that these are not merely pop-ups: they’re here to stay — and the surrounding al fresco spaces are part of the design.”

In fact, there are now so many restaurants made out of shipping containers that it’s helped create an online industry dedicated to ranking them!

Container Stop

Container Stop is your first stop for containers that can be turned into restaurants — or any other kind of dwelling, for that matter. Based in Paso Robles, California, we can even deliver your container to you, regardless of your location.

Building with shipping containers means developing a commercial kitchen without the high costs associated with modern restaurant real estate.

We offer storage and eco-friendly shipping container solutions to a growing number of satisfied customers. What can Container Stop do for you? Get in touch with us today! We’re excited to tell you about the many uses for a recycled shipping container.

Benefits of a Greenhouse Shipping Container

Why Use a Shipping Container As a Greenhouse?

Do you live in an urban area and want to reap the benefits of growing your own vegetables and plants? Have you thought about the benefits of growing those veggies and plants in a greenhouse shipping container? It can be done!

Growing your own food or tending to some of your favorite plants can be a reality by creating your own greenhouse from a used shipping container. These containers are versatile and do not take up much space. They have become incredibly popular in recent years because they promote urban farming in areas that may not have space for traditional farming.

Here are some of the reasons why you should consider having a greenhouse shipping container on your property.

#1: They are a simple solution to promoting healthy eating.

All you need is a standard shipping container and a plan for what you want to grow. Shipping containers are affordable and easy to reconstruct to be what you want. Because they are made of steel, they are sturdy and will withstand various weather elements.

#2: They can be transported easily.

Vertical urban gardens are becoming more and more popular. Shipping containers can be converted into small hydroponic farms and transported to areas in the world that are in high need of fresh produce.

#3: The greenhouses have the potential to yield a lot of products.

Whether it’s leafy greens, fresh green beans, or another nourishing vegetable, one container can supply multiple households with fresh produce. In fact, one greenhouse can usually create the same amount as an acre of traditional farmland.

Greenhouse shipping containers give people of all backgrounds the ability to grow fresh, organic food, even in the midst of a crowded city.

Before you get started on the process of researching what you will need to do to repurpose the shipping container into a greenhouse, be sure you know what local rules apply to a project like this. Cities and counties have varying standards, rules, and permitting processes, so you will need to know what is required beforehand.

Eco-Friendly Shipping Containers

It’s important to keep in mind that building a greenhouse shipping container can do wonders for yourself or your family. Having a personal garden of fresh vegetables at the ready is one of many ways to create a simpler and more environmentally friendly household.

Of course, there are ways in which shipping containers themselves are already eco-friendly. How? Well, as mentioned above, they’re durable and they don’t take up much space.

And of course, shipping companies themselves, including titans such as Maersk, for example, have tasked themselves with becoming carbon neutral by 2050. If other companies follow suit, it can do a lot toward reducing carbon emissions.

Finally, the fact that shipping containers are continuing to be used for more than just shipping — homes, storage, greenhouses — that means fewer empty, unused containers wasting away in giant port parking lots.

Contact us today for information on picking out your shipping container and getting your greenhouse project started! Keep in mind that though we are based in California, we can get a shipping container to you no matter where you are in the United States.

Get in touch with Container Stop!

Shipping Container Windows Let Sunshine (and Business) In

Shipping Container Home Windows

We could go on and on about shipping container windows here at the Container Stop blog. Experience has shown us that clients possess a near-limitless ability to imagine windows of many shapes, sizes, placements, opacity, and more.

It’s one of the things that make our line of work so interesting and challenging. We have deep experience in customizing windows for shipping container homes and offices. Yet our clients are often able to surprise with their ideas for shipping container windows.

This adds to our knowledge base, meaning that every shipping container we customize elevates our creativity as we move forward.

And we are moving forward. More and more people are beginning to realize the great amount of flexibility available in shipping container homes and shipping container offices. That’s to say nothing of the possibilities inherent in their most basic form — i.e., as storage containers.

Customized Windows for Shipping Containers

Shipping containers don’t come with windows, naturally. These rugged steel containers are effectively and efficiently designed to be transported across rough, towering seas without spilling their contents or allowing the elements to penetrate its exterior.

But when the time comes to customize a shipping container, people are often drawn more to the less obvious possibilities of shipping container living. First and foremost: Let’s install windows!

Bounce around the internet for a while, and you’ll come across plenty of videos and articles about shipping container windows. One thing becomes apparent the more you research: There’s a tremendous amount of variety in shipping container windows.

On a more fundamental level, however, windows turn a container into a livable and workable space. Windows let in natural light, instantly transforming the area into something warm and inviting.

Let’s examine a few possibilities.

Windows and Shipping Containers

The type of windows we install in a shipping container depends on a number of factors, including the client’s personal preferences. But generally speaking, they fall into several broad categories with a lot of variety available within each of them.

Privacy Windows: For when you need some natural light but want to prevent people from getting up in their tiptoes to peek into your container.  These tend to be placed high up near the ceiling and are relatively small.

View Windows: For maximizing views and natural light when your shipping container home is located in a beautiful part of the world. Also an excellent choice if your container is to be used as a welcoming retail space. Finally, container offices that need an all-encompassing view of a construction site will benefit from big view windows.

Sliding Glass Doors: While not windows per se, sliding glass doors are perfect additions to shipping containers that require a lot of easy in-and-out access.

Sales Windows: Also known as concession windows, these are meant to foster business transactions for those containers that have been converted into food carts or vendor pods. The windows can be locked and barred at the end of the business day.

Questions? Get in touch with Container Stop today!

How To Insulate A Shipping Container

We’ve written before on the Container Stop Blog about the energy efficiency of shipping container homes and storage container homes. There are several reasons why container living spaces are so eco-friendly. One of them has to do with how to insulate a shipping container in the first place, which we’ll get to shortly.

It’s important to understand that shipping containers are designed with energy efficiency in mind before they ever begin their second lives as living spaces.

Consider Chiquita Brands International, the huge and world-famous supplier of (mostly) bananas. The company has been working to improve the design and energy efficiency of containers used to store and ship their fresh produce to ports throughout the world.

Some of the innovations — which, according to a Chiquita press release, have led to an annual 17,000-ton reduction in CO2 emissions — include containers that:

  • Are 50% more energy efficient than older models
  • Require less energy to function
  • Are equipped with greenhouse-friendly refrigerants
  • Feature better insulation

“Even with a 25% increase in the number of Chiquita containers in use,” writes Chris Kroger of The Packer, “the company saw an 11% drop in electricity use because of the more energy-efficient containers.”

It’s that final bullet point above that we’ll focus on now.

Hopefully, by the time you’re done reading this blog post, you’ll have a better understanding of how to insulate the interior space of a shipping container. (Not to mention some pros and cons.)

Insulating A Shipping Container

In order to maintain a comfortable temperature inside shipping containers, they need to be insulated. It’s also important to insulate in order to prevent condensation, which can lead to corrosion and mold.

Before moving on, let’s clarify a couple of things.

First, Container Stop sells a lot of insulated containers for refrigeration purposes. These come insulated; Container Stop can add a new cooling system to them, if and when necessary.

Second, insulating a container for a mini home, however, is a different process.

There are several shipping container insulation options; which one you choose is based on a variety of factors, including the climate where the container home will be located. (Another factor is budget.)

Here’s a quick look at the most typical kinds of insulation.

Blanket Insulation

These come in batts, which are pre-cut to fit, and rolls, which must be cut during installation. You’re probably already familiar with this type of insulation; it’s the fluffy, compressible kind that wraps your home in some type of fiber. It’s relatively inexpensive and easy to install.

Types of blanket insulation:

  • Fiberglass
  • Mineral (rock or slag) wool
  • Plastic fibers
  • Natural fibers (e.g., cotton)

Note: Fiberglass can irritate eyes, skin, and lungs. Be sure to have a professional install your shipping container insulation if you choose this method.

Loose Fill And Blown-In Insulation

Installers blow or pour this type of insulation into place. It’s typically made from cellulose, fiberglass, and mineral (rock or slag) wool.

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, this type of insulation is “good for adding insulation to existing finished areas, irregularly shaped areas, and around obstructions.”

Spray Foam Insulation

This is a mixture that expands into a solid, creating a continuous foam that reaches into the insulated space. This method requires trimming. The material? Typically, it’s polyurethane (open or closed cell), cementitious foam, or cellulose.

One final point — expressed perfectly by DiscoverContainers.com:

“One thing to keep in mind is that you don’t necessarily have to use a certain type of insulation exclusively. For instance, you could use closed-cell polyurethane spray foam insulation for the container walls and roof, and then use rock wool blankets underneath the container to keep the cost down. You can even combine insulation in the same area.”

Container Stop: Your Personal Shipping and Storage Container Supplier

Container Stop provides storage containers that can be customized and delivered anywhere in the United States. We want to be your one-stop-shop for the creation, purchase, rental, and delivery of shipping container and storage container solutions.

Let’s create the shipping and storage container of your dreams. We can install doors and windows, electricity, shelves — you name it.

Get in touch with us today, and we’ll start a discussion about your perfect container home and the best methods to insulate it.

Is It Possible To Make A Container House Energy-Efficient?

How To Make A Container House Energy-Efficient

The world of shipping container houses is growing. More and more people are learning about the benefits of reusing and recycling shipping containers into something totally new. But for some potential buyers, questions remain, including: Is it possible to make a container house energy-efficient?

Answer: Absolutely. In fact, creating an eco-friendly container home is easier than you might think. And in the United States, the popularity of container homes is growing, meaning that huge amounts of these homes are sprouting up in many American cities.

First of all, the decision to turn an unused shipping container into a living space is already an energy-efficient choice. That’s because you’re taking advantage of our capacity and ability to recycle the old into the new. With all the housing options and building materials out there, building a home out of a repurposed shipping/storage container is fundamentally a good environmental decision. Every time a container home is built, that’s another win for Mother Nature.

Second, whatever energy-efficient systems are in place in a quote-unquote “regular” home can also be utilized in a container home. Many of these systems work at peak efficiency since container homes are smaller than typical dwellings.

Finally, there are methods of energy conservation that are exclusive to shipping container homes.

Let’s take a closer look.

Rethink, Reuse, Recycle, Reduce, Refurbish …

Despite the increasing popularity of container homes, many people probably still think of them as dark, unwelcoming boxes, unfit for human habitation.

Nothing could be further from the truth.

Shipping containers can be designed and fashioned into any number of interesting and comfortable living spaces. Far from being just a box, container homes can contain all the amenities you’re accustomed to in a traditional home: windows and doors, dining rooms, lofts — you name it!

As more and more people discover the benefits of container home living, these perks will become more apparent. Rethinking our methods of habitation is key to providing more housing for those who need it and helping save the planet from unnecessary overconsumption.

The Basics Of Eco-Friendly Container Living

The tried-and-true methods of energy and resource conservation work just as well — sometimes better! — in a container home. Solar panels, low-flush toilets and showerheads, ceiling fans, tankless water heaters, LEDs, proper insulation … All the things that make an ordinary home energy-efficient can be utilized in a container home. Plus, the smaller living space can make these methods even more productive — saving you even more energy!

Shipping Container Homes And Energy-Efficiency

Every square foot of a container home has the potential to save on energy costs and reduce your carbon footprint. After all, the square footage of a container home is smaller than most homes; most of them are between 160 square feet and 320 square feet. With less space to heat in the winter and cool in the summer, it’s no wonder that these cozy living spaces can really rack up the energy savings.

Container homes take less time to set up than traditional homes. This also saves energy costs from the outset. And with so many shipping containers sitting unused throughout the world, creating new homes out of them is also energy efficient in a way that other types of housing can never be.

Container Stop

At Container Stop, we have the tools, the expertise, and the know-how to modify a shipping container to your exact specifications. Browse our website for ideas, and if you don’t see something that piques your interest, let us know! If we can safely modify our containers to fit your needs, we’ll do it.

For more information, please contact us. We look forward to working with you. Together we can create something truly unique: a living space that conforms to and expresses your personality — and does a good job of helping the environment along the way.

Call Container Stop today!

Where To Buy Insulated Shipping Containers

Interested In Insulated Shipping Boxes?

Container Stop can help secure insulated shipping containers for you. In fact, we sell a lot of insulated containers for refrigeration purposes. These come insulated, but we can absolutely add new cooling systems if and when needed. (Insulating a container for a “mini home” is done a little differently. Call us for details!)

Quick note: When we refer to “insulated shipping boxes” in this blog piece, we’re talking about shipping containers. Why? Because a lot of people out there are in the market for insulated shipping containers but are searching for (what they call) insulated shipping boxes. So we want to be ready for them when they search!

Container Stop is the best in the business. We can get you just about whatever you need in the shipping container world. Plus, we can bring it to you, and customize it with a whole host of sweet amenities.

Standard shipping boxes are in a variety of sizes: usually 10 feet, 20 feet, 40 feet, and 45 feet long. But at Container Stop, we can provide you with a shipping box of just about any size. Need a 15-footer? Yep, we can do that! Want more than just an insulated box? Let us add windows, doors, lighting, and plumbing fixtures to make it truly your own.

Contact Container Stop with any questions.

OK, on with the post!

Insulated Shipping Containers

Manufacturers create insulated shipping boxes to transport items that require refrigeration. Other times, they’re used to ship products that may not need refrigeration but do need to be kept within a specific range of temperatures.

But why buy a shipping container in the first place? There are tons of reasons!

  • Environmentally friendly (see our blog post on energy efficiency)
  • They can be customized for luxury
  • Can be combined into multi-unit complexes or multi-unit storage sites
  • Can be used for retail overstock maintenance
  • They can be obtained for very little money
  • Can be considered for alleviating cities’ housing and homeless crises

Some sources estimate that at any given time there are literally hundreds of millions of shipping containers sitting empty and unused around the world.

Pricing for Insulated Shipping Containers

Insulated shipping containers are sometimes available for bargain prices. Contact Container Stop today to ask about what we can procure for you. There’s a chance that we can find a used insulated shipping box for you that will have thicker walls, double-sealed and insulated doors, and even ceiling insulation.

Of course, some buyers secure a shipping container and then insulate it themselves. We only recommend such an undertaking if you have experience with building or general contracting.

Container Stop

Superb workmanship, flexible and helpful customization, and 100% customer satisfaction are the top priorities at Container Stop. Regardless of what you need or where you are, we will work with you to solve your shipping container needs.

Container Stop even has shipping containers in like-new condition. They’re sometimes called “one-trippers.” The only trip they make is to the United States. They look great, are still sturdy as heck, and the paint is often just like new!

Insulated shippers allow for a high degree of control of the temperature within the unit. That means it won’t get scorching hot in the summer or frigid cold in the winter.

Call Container Stop today! We look forward to serving you.

States that allow shipping container homes

Shipping Container Home

States that Allow Shipping Container Homes

For many of us, the American Dream means having somewhere to call our own. A king or Queen and their castle. But in more populous areas of the country, space for housing is at a premium. Some cities have capped the amount of new single-family residences that can be built to spur multi-family construction.

The state of Oregon is even considering allowing four homes on lots currently zoned for single-family homes in cities with a population of 10,000 or more. In Minneapolis, zoning for single-family homes is on the way out. Other municipalities throughout the country are considering similar regulations or bans to combat the housing crunch as well as sprawl.

So what states allow shipping container homes? The answer is most, if not all, are considering it if not already allowing it. From Montana to Missouri to Mississippi to Massachusetts (as well as Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, and Maryland). But the more important question is if your county or city allows shipping containers homes.

Interested in a custom-made shipping container for a tiny home? Contact your city or county planner to see if it’s possible. You will still need to follow all zoning and building codes and additional regulations, including:

  • Foundations
  • Utilities (electricity/plumbing)
  • Setbacks
  • Ceiling heights
  • Primary/accessory zoning
  • And more.

Tiny Home Revolution

Over the past decade, tiny home popularity has exploded. Builders have been designing and constructing 300-square-foot homes as accessory dwelling units or even stand-alone homes on a piece of property.

That’s where shipping containers come in. A 40-foot shipping container comes in at just around 300-square feet. All shipping containers are 8-feet-wide on the outside, so interior sizes can slightly vary depending on wall thickness, insulation, and other factors. High-cube containers are 9 ½ feet tall, 12 inches taller than standard containers. Every inch counts after all.

Container Stop has been selling, designing, and custom building shipping containers for storage, offices, and even rooftop bars. We can install doors, windows, and utilities to your exact specifications and deliver the final product. If you have done your research and are ready to move into a shipping container home, give us a call. As we like to say, “It’s our box, but it’s your dream.”

Container Stop Is Now Providing Hollister Storage Containers

Custom Shipping Container for Storage

Hollister Container Sales & Rentals

Container Stop, located in Paso Robles, California, is now providing Hollister storage containers. The expansion to deliver to Hollister, California is much needed with all of the agricultural development needs. Container Stop specializes in selling, renting, delivering, and customizing 10-40 ft shipping containers. The purposes for using storage containers have a wide range. From agricultural to rural, and residential, Container Stop has experience. For any needs like dry, refrigerated, insulated, and ventilated, Container Stop can customize it. Container Stop has the expertise to help customers decide which size container they need. Working with customers in the customization process, for a perfect shipping container transformation, is easy with Container Stop. Customers in Hollister, California know who to call to safely deliver a purchased or rented shipping container. Container Stop delivers shipping containers to Hollister, California. Rent, own, and see what makes them such a popular storage container option. Using adapted shipping containers into storage containers makes so much sense.

Costs are competitive to wood frame and concrete structures, and the containers are easily moved at any future time, by Container Stop. Businesses love storage containers, because the low price for storage over time makes the most sense and pays for itself. The initial low cost to buy them, ability to stack, modify, scale up or down, and durability all lend to a great investment and worth. The long life and resale value ensure customers that their future storage needs will always be taken care of.

Moving? Call Container Stop to help move the shipping container to a new location. Customers are happy with the freedom to move anywhere in California, or across the nation with the storage containers. Based out of Paso Robles in California’s central coast makes Container Stop easy access to travel in any direction for delivery. Being a small, family-owned business ensures attention to detail and supreme customer service satisfaction. Started in 2015, Container Stop was and still is the only shipping container company in the county of San Luis Obispo.

Hollister California is a primarily agricultural town in San Benito, California, right in the heart of the central California. Between Salinas and Gilroy, the town of Hollister, is an old west town settled by ranchers and farmers in 1872. The agricultural history, and being home to Pinnacles National Park, has made Hollister a beautiful and rich source of California’s history and culture.

Container Stop

5873 Stockdale Rd

Paso Robles, CA 93446


800-674-9343

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Container Stop, Providing Storage Containers in Atascadero Releases Report ‘Five Ideas For Shipping Container Tack Rooms’

Tack Room created from Shipping Container

Five Ideas For Shipping Container Tack Houses

Container Stop has provided the Central Coast of California with the best possible tack rooms made from shipping containers. Customized by Container Stop, of Paso Robles, each type of tack room can be suited to it’s individual needs. Horses and other farm animals need a lot of storage space for the saddles, and other tack. Here are some quick ideas to help customize any shipping container tack room.

  1. Consider lighting. Electricity is an option that can be used inside the container and also on the outside. Consider the structural layout of the shipping container and plan out what goes where before installing any electrical components. Solar panels are a great option!
  2. Horse stalls. Adding one or two horse stables to the tack house is a simple effective method of having easily transportable stables, and insulating them is an option worth the investment. Having the stable prebuilt saves the cost of building a stable from scratch.
  3. Storing feed. Animals and varmints love invading a fresh food supply, and keeping the farm’s food, hay and other precious resources locked up tight is not as hard as it seems. Cabinets can be built into the tack house and securely locked up. Counter spaces naturally take form when installing cabinetry, and having hanging hooks for other tack house goods makes for good organization on the walls. The security of shipping containers is designed into building them in the first place, to keep out any pests.
  4. Storms and weathering. Shipping containers are nearly air and watertight. The technology used to make storage containers ensures durability, strength and long-lasting use. Setting up a gutter system or rain catching system could be a useful way to recycle and use fresh rainwater and to also redirect it exactly where you want it.
  5. Creating additional storage space. It is so simple to line up two shipping containers parallel to each other and place a roof over the top. It makes for a quickly built barn, large shed, garage or workspace. Every tack room should have a wide open space to work in. Keeping a metal roof overhead is sure to shade the animals on hot summer days, and keep rain away during stormy winters.

Container Stop provides Atascadero storage container customers with nearly endless possibilities to customize a tack house specifically for each customer’s personal taste. A solid source of agricultural storage needs has been fulfilled for an area of California with many ranches, farmland and open spaces.

 

Container Stop

5873 Stockdale Rd

Paso Robles, CA 93446

800-674-9343

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