Storage Containers Morro Bay
Container Stop has all your shipping and cargo container needs and a lot located right here in San Luis Obispo County! No need to waste time searching for rates for companies all the way in Southern or Northern California, the solution is near you at 2525 Stockdale Road in Paso Robles!
Storage Containers Morro Bay Storage Needs Met
What if I can’t make it over there? How do I get my shipping containers?
Container Stop is also available by phone at (805) 441-0883, so if you’re unable to make it to our lot to place an order, just give us a call or email us at email@example.com for a quote and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible!
I don’t have a trailer large enough to accommodate the container that I need, what do I do?
Leave it all to us; part of our service includes the loading, delivery, and unloading of your Morro Bay shipping container rentals or sales. We know that not everyone is going to be able to transport their containers, so we’ll take care of that for you!
I’m in Sacramento but I need some shipping containers for a project I’m working on and I can’t travel all the way to Paso Robles to pick them up, can I still order them from Container Stop?
Of course, distance is no issue for us here at Container Stop! While our business deals primarily within 150 mile radius of Paso Robles, we’ll truck all throughout California to deliver our valued customers the product they need!
What kind of “modifications” does Container Stop offer?
In addition to basic modifications such as doors or windows, we can also install vents, pull-up doors, sliding doors, and other basic housing modifications for any purposes you can come up with!
Morro Bay is a waterfront city located in San Luis Obispo County known for being home to Morro Rock, which one of the Nine Sisters or The Morros range of volcanic mountains, and for its harbor and marine sanctuaries. It is also home to the Dynegy Power Plant, the only power plant in San Luis Obispo cCunty, which is located near Morro Rock. The population primarily consists of retirees, and features many tourist attractions. As of the 2010 census, Morro Bay had a population of approximately 10,234.
The latitude and longitude of Morro Bay is 35.3792° N, 120.8533° W.