How Much Does A Shipping Container Cost?

What’s the Cost for a Shipping Container?

There’s an extraordinary amount of variety and flexibility when it comes to shipping and storage containers. That’s why more and more people are turning to Container Stop for their storage and shipping solutions. But how much does a shipping container cost? Shipping container pricing can vary, with costs anywhere from the hundreds to the thousands.

That wide range of prices is a feature, not a bug. It reinforces the fact that there is a variety of available shipping containers to buy or rent. Furthermore, the potential for customization means that prices can fluctuate. Finally, delivery costs can also vary depending on factors such as distance and how difficult it is to unload the container at the location.

Bottom line: The price of a shipping container ultimately depends on what you need, when you need it, and where it’s going. There are many factors that must be considered when deciding on a shipping container: size, condition, customization, and whether you’re looking to rent or buy.

Shipping Containers: California and Beyond

Container Stop provides new and used shipping containers for all of California, plus Arizona, Nevada — and anywhere else in the United States. Looking to buy something new? We can help. Hoping to rent something used? We can help with that, too. Long story short: Whatever your shipping container needs, we have the perfect solution for you.

Our most frequently requested shipping containers come in the following lengths:

  • 10 foot
  • 20 foot
  • 40 foot

However — and we can’t stress this enough — we can create custom shipping container lengths. Whether you need something 5 feet long or 45 feet long, we can create it. If you need a certain length, we’ll deliver that certain length.

Standard shipping container height is 8 feet, but we also offer what’s called a high cube shipping container; that one is 9.5 feet tall. Standard width is 8 feet. Remember, though: These, too, are just starting points since we can customize our containers to fit your exact needs and specifications — not to mention your budget.

As we mentioned above, the cost of a shipping container can vary greatly, but we think it’s important and a good idea to let potential customers know that these aren’t ugly, stifling hot, steel boxes. They can be customized!

Contact Container Stop to get the full details on shipping container costs and to start a discussion about how we can best partner with you. We want to supply all your shipping container needs. In order for us to give you a better idea of what our shipping containers cost, please do contact us.

Even better: Fill out our handy online form to request a quote so that you can provide more robust details about your shipping plans. We can usually get back to you within a day or two. We promise to be armed with all the information you need to make an informed and educated decision about what will work best for you.

Customizable Shipping Containers

Shipping containers, such as those available from Container Stop, may have once seemed out of reach for the average consumer. No more! We want you to think of us as your shipping container home. We provide shipping container solutions for a number of different customer types: homeowners, farms, big businesses, small businesses, retail businesses, offices, and more.

You may be wondering: How will I get the shipping container to my location? Answer: We’ll bring it to you. We want to make this process so simple and easy that you’ll wonder why you didn’t think of us before as your shipping solution. (See our FAQs for additional info.)

Peace of mind in and of itself is worth a fortune. But you don’t need to spend a fortune. Container Stop provides affordable mobile storage solutions. That’s why more and more people are realizing every day that we are the best at what we do. Let us help you get to where you need to be — at a price that makes you happy.

It’s what we do. And it’s why we say: Our box, your dream.

How To Build A Shipping Container Home

Building A Shipping Container Home

Readers of the Container Stop Blog may have noticed an uptick in the number of stories detailing how fantastic it would be to live in a refurbished and refashioned shipping container.

In addition to the ways in which a shipping container can be utilized to, well, ship things (and store things!), an increasing number of forward-thinkers are turning shipping containers into modern, comfy living spaces.

How do they do it — and, more importantly, why do they do it?

There are a lot of reasons why somebody might decide to turn a shipping container into a livable space, including:

  • Affordability
  • Expandability
  • Creative/design inspiration and challenge
  • Waterproof
  • Floodproof
  • Fireproof
  • Eco-friendly
  • Easily relocatable

Those are just a few of the reasons why people look to convert shipping containers into living spaces. We’ll be writing a lot more about this topic in the weeks and months ahead; there are so many fun and interesting angles to cover!

For example, did you know that the city of Wilmington, North Carolina, has an entire section of town dedicated to shipping containers that have been converted into living and working spaces?

Yep! It’s called the Cargo District. Rightly touted as “a collection of start-ups, social enterprises, art, innovation, professionals, coworking, retail shops, pop-ups, and dreamers,” the District represents one of the latest and greatest uses — or re-uses — of shipping containers into something altogether new and wonderful.

Ready To Build A Shipping Container Home?

But let’s say you’re interested in building a shipping container home of your own. If that’s the case, may we suggest you partner with the shipping container experts at Container Stop? Shipping containers are fully customizable, and we offer the best advice and workmanship to help build the container of your dreams.

In fact, we can customize your shipping container to include (among other things and depending on local building codes and regulations):

  • Doors and windows of all shapes and sizes
  • Skylights
  • Electrical systems
  • Heating and cooling systems
  • Plumbing
  • HVAC
  • Vents

Building a tiny home (or a roomy one!) out of a shipping container is something that can — and should — be done alongside the experts at Container Stop. Our welders and tradespeople are world-class — the best in the business.

When the work is done, your container will appear to be a full-sized, built house from the inside — with comfy and surprisingly spacious living rooms and other living areas, glass walls, sliding glass doors, and plenty of square feet of living space. These are real homes in good shape — and they tend to stay that way. With proper insulation, you can be cool in the summer and cozy and warm in the winter.

There is also the pleasure of knowing that it’s not just a shipping container home — it’s a recycled shipping container home!

History of Shipping Container Homes

According to The New York Times, shipping container homes have sprung up all around the world since at least the early 1990s. People have built them in the United States, the United Kingdom, South America, Africa, Australia, and South Korea.

“Building with shipping containers isn’t exactly new,” the Times writes, “but until recently it hasn’t been exactly mainstream either … Containers are loved by the hip and the practical, artisans and DIY-ers, engineers and construction foremen, as they are both sustainable and affordable. And used 20- or 40-foot containers can be obtained for as little as several hundred dollars apiece, so it’s not surprising that some industry professionals consider them the future of homebuilding.”

If you already know what your home plans will be like, and you’re a longtime professional like those mentioned in that New York Times quote above (an engineer, a construction foreman, etc.), then perhaps you might be able to build a shipping container home of your own.

Here’s a brief overview of what you’ll need to make it happen. (Partially compiled using the helpful info at

Building A House Out Of A Shipping Container: What You’ll Need

  1. A plan (designs)
  2. Shipping containers (call Container Stop!)
  3. Engineers (for foundational work, connections, and reinforcements)
  4. Plumbers
  5. Electricians
  6. Welders

Think you can handle all that? If not, then call Container Stop. You have a dream — we can make it a reality.


Do Shipping Container Homes Rust Over Time?

Shipping Containers and Rust

Shipping container homes are made out of metal, so of course, they can rust. However, it’s not as cut and, um, dry as that. A lot of it depends on the climate where the container is located. Wet and dry climates will affect shipping containers differently.

When it comes to surface rust, however, it’s important to remember that this doesn’t necessarily indicate that the container itself is worthless. Shipping containers are designed to last and to be rugged in and out of all kinds of weather. In fact, a container marked by surface rust or rust patches can survive a storm just as well as a non-rusted, spankin’-new container.

About Shipping Container Grades

At Container Stop, we have a wide range of containers available for sale or for rent. We have what we call “one-trippers” — so named because they’ve literally only made one trip — to containers that appear battered and bruised. But please keep in mind: Regardless of appearances, all Container Stop containers will protect the contents of what’s inside.

We guarantee it. In fact, Container Stop guarantees that all our containers are wind and watertight.

Our highest-grade containers are like new — with very little dents or dings. Even the paint on these containers shines like new. After these, we grade our containers on the amount of surface damage (dents, dings, rust patches), plus the condition of the paint, floors, and doors. The containers at the lower end of our grading scale can have numerous and large areas of surface rust — but as we mentioned, even these experienced and well-worn containers are safe from the elements.


What is rust, anyway? For the answer, we turn to

R­ust is the common name for a very common compound, iron oxide … Iron combines very readily with oxygen — so readily, in fact, that pure iron is only rarely found in nature. Iron (or steel) rusting is an example of corrosion — an electrochemical process involving an anode (a piece of metal that readily gives up electrons), an electrolyte (a liquid that helps electrons move) and a cathode (a piece of metal that readily accepts electrons). When a piece of metal corrodes, the electrolyte helps provide oxygen to the anode. As oxygen combines with the metal, electrons are liberated. When they flow through the electrolyte to the cathode, the metal of the anode disappears, swept away by the electrical flow or converted into metal cations in a form such as rust.

That’s certainly a mouthful. For those of us who haven’t taken a chemistry course since 11th grade, it can be difficult to wrap our heads around the science of rusting. But worry not! All it really means is that things rust when they come in contact with water and air. This forms a weak carbonic acid, which begins to corrode, rust, or pit the metal.

Another point: Storage containers are designed to be airtight and watertight; they’re traversing oceans, after all. But once the containers reach dry land, this same protective air- and water-tightness can actually lead to rust. How? Poor ventilation leads to condensation, which can cause the steel container to rust. It’s why we recommend ventilating storage containers.

Rust Prevention

So do shipping container homes rust over time? Yes — they can, but only over a long, long time, and the effects can be mitigated by the addition of certain types of paint that forestall the accumulation of rust.

Furthermore, most containers are initially constructed with special alloys that form a surface level of rust that helps prevent deeper corrosion (or the corrosion process itself). These are known by various names: weathering steel, cor-ten steel, or corten steel.

And last but not least, homeowners can prevent shipping container rust via vigilant and regular maintenance to fix problem areas if and when they arise.

Let us know if you have any questions!

How Much Do Container Homes Cost?

The Cost Of A Shipping Container

Securing a shipping container in order to set up a shipping container home probably costs a lot less than you think. However, the price can fluctuate, depending on container size, condition, amenities, customization, and so on. Let’s take a quick look at this topic: How much do container homes cost, anyway?

First off, let’s remember that even though containers are standardized in order for them to function first and foremost as shipping tools, there still remains a great deal of variety in their construction and potential uses. Bottom line: With so much flexibility, the cost of a shipping container can vary, starting as low as a couple of thousand dollars.

There are other things to keep in mind: Customization of shipping containers will increase the price — as will delivery costs; where and when you need it plays a factor in the final price. There are also additional cost factors, such as whether you’re looking to rent or buy a shipping container.

Container Stop

At Container Stop, we have years of experience helping people just like you find the right container for them. We’re pretty certain that lots of people start the process of buying a shipping container and then get a little intimidated by all the options.

But don’t be intimidated by the tremendous amount of variety that’s available to you as a shipping container purchaser. That variety is actually one of the best and most defining features of turning a shipping container into a shipping container home.

We provide new and used containers — not to mention used containers that look and function like new! — throughout California, Nevada, and Arizona. We can also get a container to you anywhere in the United States.

Whatever you’re looking for, Container Stop can secure it for you.

Shipping Container Home Sizes


Most standard shipping container homes are the following lengths:

  • 10 foot
  • 20 foot
  • 40 foot

However, Container Stop can and does craft custom shipping container lengths. Just ask! We’re sure to have what you need on hand. But if not, we’ll create it for you.


Shipping containers are typically 8 feet 6 inches high. However, we also provide high cube shipping containers that add an extra foot to the height.

Standard widths are 8 feet.

But again, these are just starting points.

In other words, we can customize according to the size you need — and your budget! So when it comes to answering the questions “How much do shipping container homes cost?” or “How much will it cost to DIY a shipping container house?”, the answer is almost always going to be: That depends! What do you need?

Let’s get started on answering the question: Please fill out our online request-a-quote form, and we’ll get back to you. Once we figure out the size and budget for the shipping container itself, we can get down the really fun part — deciding how best to customize your shipping container so that it becomes livable. You’ll get to imagine the recycled shipping container home of your dreams: floor plans, square feet of living space, what the living room will look like, and so much more!

And then the adventure really begins — building a shipping container home!

Contact Container Stop today to learn what shipping container homes cost and how you can turn your from a dream into reality — a tiny home that is truly unique and truly yours.

Best Lock For Shipping Containers

What’s the Best Lock for a Shipping Container?

Shipping containers are designed for rugged and lasting protection. After all, they’re constructed to weather — literally! — the rigors of transport across the high seas. They are, for all intents and purposes, waterproof, airtight and impervious to extremes of hot and cold. Still, when it comes to securing the contents of your shipping container, it doesn’t help to have an additional layer of security. Fortunately, this additional layer is easy to come by. What’s the best lock for a shipping container?

There are a variety of locks and securing systems that will protect the contents of your storage container. These may be especially helpful if you decide to convert a shipping container into a shipping container home. In fact, if you do decide to make this transition, there will actually be more reason to add locks, since a shipping container home is likely to have been customized with additional doorways, windows, and skylights, as the case may be.

Locks are also necessary to secure the contents of containers used for storage. For example, as posted by the Paso Robles Daily News, “Agriculture is one of California’s biggest businesses, and there is a demand for shipping containers in Gilroy to help keep ranches and farms functioning smoothly. Secure with lock boxes, or bolt-on locks, the shipping containers are theft-proof.”

So what is the best high-security lock for shipping containers? Let’s examine this question.

Secure Your Stuff!

Securing Your Shipping Container

Please keep in mind that the best lock for you depends on your particular container and your particular needs. Container Stop can help answer any questions you may have about securing your container, so please don’t hesitate to ask about any of the locks or their features listed below. We can also recommend specific brands that we think are the best in the industry.

With that in mind, let’s take a quick look at three different ways to lock your shipping container.


Padlocks are tried-and-true standbys for securing anything with a hinged or slide opening and a loop to attach the lock to. But padlocks are only as secure as the quality of the steel they’re made of. There is a near-infinite variety of padlocks, so be sure to find one which fits your container. Some storage container owners like to go high-tech and attach a digital padlock, but these are susceptible to hackers, so make sure you do your research when considering one of those.


Padlocks don’t always do the trick — at least not on their own; a determined person could bust open your padlocks with any number of tools and a little consistent — albeit noisy — pounding and pressure. Lockboxes, on the other hand, are large steel boxes that are nearly impossible to tamper with. A good, solid lockbox hides your padlock within, making it — and your container — inaccessible. One drawback: Lockboxes can limit the type and size of padlocks to secure your container.


Easy to install, crossbars have the added advantage of preventing the container or storage unit door handles from moving. That means that even if someone were to cut through your padlock, they wouldn’t be able to access the container since the handle is still secure.

Other Security Measure

There are additional security measures you can take, such as the installation of a fence to provide perimeter security. You can also add security cameras and alarm systems. Some of them will even alert you via your smartphone, allowing you to speak to the potential intruder from your phone to a speaker system set up at the container.

Of course, you may consider hiring security guards or acquiring a guard dog, although each of these has its own pros, cons, and legal liabilities that must be considered.

As we mentioned, we’re happy to discuss this issue with you further.

Call Container Stop today. We’re the best in the business, we’re ready to serve, and we look forward to speaking with you.

Floors and Sub-Floors for Storage Containers in Monterey

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Shipping Container Flooring

Storage containers are a great way to get a little bit of extra room for your furniture, clothing or other items. Monterey storage containers company Container Stop offers a wide variety of customized storage containers and pride themselves on their amazing customer services throughout the delivery and purchasing process.

However, before you just plop that storage container anywhere on your property, you should make a few considerations. One big consideration to make is if you should put the container on the ground or raised up on a slab or a foundation of some kind. Generally, it is a good idea to keep it suspended off the ground.
So why is it recommended that your storage container be raised off the ground a little bit. Well, this blog post will go over a few of the many reasons why.

To avoid mud and flooding

The last thing you want is to have mud or water seeping into your storage container and ruining your furniture or other belongings that are currently being stored. If you lay your container directly on the ground, there is often limited protection from the elements if it rains outside. However, if your container is suspended or raised off the ground, the mud or pooling/flooding water likely won’t be able to get into the container as easily.

To protect the contents of the container

While mud and water can damage your belongings, they are not the only potential harmful thing that can reach your contents. Rust can certainly affect some of the items, and mold and mildew can begin to accumulate if the container sits on the ground. Your contents can only get as clean and protected as the unit itself, so you want to keep it in pristine condition.

To increase air flow

If damp items or structures sit on the ground for too long without movement, it can be a breeding ground for mold and mildew. To prevent that from happening, keeping your storage container propped up can help sufficient air flow to pass, which will keep the foundation of the container in the best condition possible. Also, having a gap under the container will also help the storage container to be more mobile if you ever need to move it. If it is straight on the ground, it could be tough to get under it to move it.

Interested in Monterey storage containers? If so, be sure to reach out of Container Shop, one of the best locally owned and operated storage companies in the state. Check out their website or call them at 800-674-9343.

Design Ideas For Storage Container Exteriors

Custom Covered Garage from Shipping Containers

Design Ideas For Storage Containers

While we would all love a home or apartment with all the in-house storage you need, that is not always easy to find. And if you are able to find it, there is a chance it will cost an arm and a leg. However, there is a way to get some extra storage without having to find a whole new home.

Purchasing and using a storage container is a great way to get some extra storage for your belongings, at a reasonable price. Container Stop has been providing storage containers in Hollister and the rest of California for years, and are one of the best locally owned and operated storage companies in the state. They offer a wide range of different sizes (even customized) and deliver right to your property. Also, their world class support team will ensure your questions are answered all throughout the process. But sometimes, these Hollister storage containers can be a bit visually unappealing. They are built more for function than for style. However, that doesn’t mean they can’t look great. With that in mind, here are some ideas for designing and customizing the exterior of your storage container.

Paint it to match your home

Any way you slice it, a large steel or metal storage container on your property can always be a little bit of an eye sore, especially when compared to a gorgeous home. One great way to add a little personality to your storage container is to give it a little bit of color to make it “fit in” a little bit more. Of course, you want to ensure you are using a suitable type of paint that will work on metal exteriors.

Add some landscaping

In order to help the storage container feel like it “belongs” on your property, you should look to integrate it into your lot. This can be done in a lot of different ways. But one of the best ways to help the container fit in is to add some landscaping around/on it. By having plants, trees or shrubs surround the container, you will feel more like it is an extension of your home, and not a random addition to it.

Put solar panels on it

This one might not be for the looks of the container, but has more of a practical use. Living in California, there is a lot of sun out there during the day. People should be taking advantage of this sun by adding solar power to their homes, garages and yes, storage containers. This could save people money, while helping the environment at the same time.

Need a storage container in Hollister? If so, be sure to reach out to Container Stop and either visit their website or call them at 800-674-9343.

Moving? Add ‘Call Container Stop’ to the to-do list

Shipping Container getting Delivered

We deliver to all of California

Relocate and Move Shipping Containers

Moving to a new location? Take your storage container Salinas or anywhere with you. Did you sell your container? Container Stop can pick it up and deliver it to the new owner. Buy a container from your neighbor and need help moving it to your property? Call Container Stop! Decided you want to move your container to a different spot? Container Stop can do that, too. Container Stop can relocate a storage container Salinas, and to and from just about anywhere. The company has the equipment and skill to move the storage container Salinas safely and in time to meet your moving schedule. After all, storage containers are their business.

A few things to think about before calling Container Stop to schedule the move include:

  • Is there a clear approach for pick up and delivery? A storage container in Salinas agricultural yard might have a clearer approach than a container in a residential driveway. Are there any trees that need to be maneuvered around or equipment that needs to be moved away from the approach?
  • Is the road paved? Rainy weather might be a concern for some unpaved roads.
  • What are the dimensions of the new space for the storage container Salinas?
  • What is on each side and behind the new space? Container Stop can fit a container into just about any tight space, but it is still helpful to know as much about where it is going to be unloaded as possible.
  • Do you have to completely empty the container? Gross weight and protecting property from damage during the move are both important considerations. Not removing the contents, even if they may be tightly secured, might make the container weigh too much for legal shipping weight. Any contents that shift during the move are probably going to be damaged, even destroyed, and may create an unsafe situation for the driver and others traveling on the highways.
  • When do you need the container moved?
  • How much notice does Container Stop need to work with your moving schedule?
  • Do you need to be present for pick up and delivery?

Container Stop excels in difficult deliveries and difficult placement in hard to reach areas, but the more information you are able to provide ahead of the move, the smoother the move will be. Based in Paso Robles, Container Stop delivers containers any where in California and provides a higher level of personal service than can be found with larger shipping container companies.

Contact Container Stop today to schedule your move.

The Container Stop, Providing Storage Containers to Monterey Releases The Report ‘Five Important Considerations For Remodeling A Storage Container’

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Remodeling Storage Containers

Container Stop is a storage container company in Paso Robles, California offering sales and modification services to suit their customers’ needs. Based on years of experience, Container Stop recommends five considerations to help streamline remodeling and save the owner time and money. Adding these considerations to a modification project will bring the most satisfaction for remodeled storage containers in Monterey. Container Stop ships throughout California and out of state, but offers free delivery for local orders.

Five Important Considerations For Remodeling a Storage Containera

Using a container as a shop, office, or a combination of uses, means some kind of modification is probably needed. Rural use, for example, might be to store livestock feeds, some of which need temperature control to maintain freshness. Just about any commercial use for storage containers that Monterey businesses use is going to require shelving, light and ventilation.

Ventilation and temperature control

Sufficient air circulation protects items from condensation, mold and other damage. Container Stop can install fans, windows, doors and power outlets and also has units equipped for refrigeration. Ventilation is important even for temporary use over a few weeks or months. Mildew can start forming within 48 hours. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), reports that there is sufficient evidence to link indoor exposure to mildew and molds with respiratory symptoms, asthma and pneumonitis.

Shelves, closets and cabinets

Stacking boxes might work for temporary storage, but not when the stored items need to be frequently accessed. Quick and easy access to inventory and supplies is essential for business and for peace of mind. Whether to use shelves, closets or cabinets can be a personal decision based in the easiest way to access the stored items.

Lighting and power

No one wants to stumble around in the dark with a flashlight trying to find something. Skylights, windows and doors are great for daylight, but what about after dark? If the container is being used as a shop how are the tools going to get power? The experts that deliver storage containers to Monterey can help plan electrical needs.

Floors and walls

Turning a storage container into any imaginable space is one of the reasons they are popular. The bare steel surroundings can be remodeled into anything from serviceable storage or a shop to a designer-inspired extra room. Final decorating touches are up to the owner after the container is delivered but Container Stop can build and install the bones.

Security and safety

Things to consider include protecting the container from break-in and vandalism, secure shelving and cabinets to prevent injury and damage in case of an earthquake, fire safety and emergency exits. Ways to secure doors and windows include lock boxes, cross bars and inner locks and bars over the windows. External lighting is important. Don’t forget an alarm system!

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Paso Robles, CA 93446


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The Container Stop Releases The Report ‘Reasons To Ventilate A Storage Container’

shipping container ventilation


Reasons to Ventilate Storage Containers

Container Stop owner Garrett Crocker, has released a report about the importance of ventilating storage containers. “Not only does the right kind of ventilation keep air flowing, it helps prevent property loss to mold and rust,” said Crocker. “Ventilation also a health consideration for people working inside.”
Container Stop is a Paso Robles Storage Container company started by Crocker to fulfill a need for storage containers in Salinas and throughout California. The company offers fairly priced shipping containers as well as modification services to suit whatever needs customers may have.

The report, ‘Reasons To Ventilate Storage Containers,” can be read below, and on the Container Stop website.

Ventilation in Shipping Containers

Storage containers are built to be airtight and water tight so their contents can be safely transported across oceans. Once retired to a different use on land, air and water tightness can contribute to mold, rust, poor air quality, disease and property loss. Whether the use for storage container in Salinas is farm equipment, inventory, or personal or business use, it is important that it be properly ventilated.

The reasons to ventilate storage containers are:

Mold, a fungus which when left untreated can be very expensive to remove and can cause harm when spores are inhaled.

Diseases. Poor ventilation has been linked with numerous human diseases such as: pneumonia, dry eyes and nausea and respiratory diseases, the most common of which is asthma.

Rust. Poor ventilation can lead to condensation, which can cause steel containers to rust. This rust can also affect any metal pipework that runs throughout the container. Repairing rusting containers can be a time consuming and costly job.

Bad smells. Poor ventilation can lead to musty odors. Because the air has nowhere to go, any smell will linger and reduce air quality.

Finding the balance between the right amount of ventilation and too much depends on the use of the container. A refrigerated container would need different air circulation than one storing dry goods. When the container is being remodeled to serve as an office or a shop and occupied by people during work hours, the proper circulation of fresh air is a health and safety requirement.

Container Stop provides storage containers in 10’, 20’ and 40’ lengths for purchase or lease. The company ships all throughout California, and will even ship out of state, but offers free delivery for local orders. For all Salinas storage container needs, think Container Stop.

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Paso Robles, CA 93446


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