Container Stop meets the unique agricultural and residential storage needs for Gilroy storage containers. From refrigerated shipping containers for produce to customized units meeting the specialized requirements of equestrian centers, extra residential or business storage, or unique designer living spaces, Container Stop provides top solutions for Gilroy storage container needs. We can deliver any size of Gilroy storage container from our Paso Robles yard and are able to fit your container into some pretty tight spots.
Our 10 to 40-foot units can be purchased or rented, depending on your needs. We can also customize storage container’s for a variety of specialized uses such as an office, workshop, art studio, or unique living space. We can add windows, doors and ventilation. We have new and used units available.
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Our earth-friendly units are heavy-duty steel, weatherproof and secure. Our prices and rental rates depend on the size, whether you want a new or used shipping container and the kinds of customization you want. Use our online form for a quote. We are happy to answer your questions. Container Stop has many storage container sizes to choose from, whether you are looking for a 10 foot, 20 foot, or even 40 foot shipping container. Give Container Stop a call today!
Gilroy, located in the southern end of Santa Clara County, is well known for its garlic crop the annual Gilroy Garlic Festival. Known as the “Garlic Capital of the World,” there is often the aroma of garlic floating through the air in certain parts of town. The annual garlic festival features various garlicky seasoned and flavored foods, including garlic ice cream.
The city of Gilroy occupies the land of the former Spanish Rancho San Ysidro. The town was named after John Gilroy (1794-1869), an Irish sailor formerly known as John Cameron, who came ashore in Monterey in 1814 and remained. Gilroy spent the next few years plying his trade as a barrel maker among the missions, pueblos and ranchos. Eventually he found his way to Rancho San Ysidro and married the daughter of his employer, Ygnacio Ortega. Upon Ortega’s death in 1833, Gilroy and his wife inherited a portion of the rancho and in 1867, under United States property law, the rancho was patented to John Gilroy. The town was officially incorporated in March 1870.
Gilroy’s population is 51,701 as of 2013. The latitude and longitude is 37.0058° N, 121.5683° W.