Our goal is to serve the storage needs of Salinas and the Salinas Valley by providing storage containers Salinas. At Container Stop, we offer the opportunity to own your own storage or rent what you need. We deliver and can customize any of our containers to your specifications.
We can deliver to Salinas and to communities in the Salinas Valley. Our location in Paso Robles is less than two hours from Salinas giving you the convenience of delivery or pick-up.
Our 10 to 20-foot shipping containers meet a wide range of residential, business, and farm or ranch needs. Do you need dry storage? Do you have a need for refrigerated storage? What about extra windows or doors? Maybe a container customized as a workshop? We can do it.
Storage Containers Salinas needs met
What about an extra bedroom or art studio? We can convert our containers to fulfill just about any extra space wish you have. Adding windows, doors, even ventilation turns any of our earth-friendly containers into needed extra living or creative space.
There is no custom storage container Salinas job that Container Stop has not handled. With a wide range of customization options and an even larger range of storage container uses. Storage containers have become the best option for extra space, storage, agriculture, workshop, and much more!
Salinas is county seat and largest municipality of Monterey County, California. The city is located at the head of the Salinas Valley. Known for its large agricultural industry, Salinas also includes Technology and Innovation, Research and Development, Health care and Medical Facilities and Manufacturing among its key industries. Salinas is the main business, governmental and industrial center of the region and is the hometown of writer and Nobel Prize in Literature laureate John Steinbeck. Steinbeck based several of his novels in the Salinas Valley and Monterey Peninsula.
Salinas, as a city, developed from an 1854 Post Office established from a group of American settlers who set up a community along a bend of the Alisal Slough. Streets were laid out in 1867 and the town incorporated in 1874.
Before European contact, the Salinas Valley and surrounding land was occupied by the ancestors of the Ohlone people, who still live in the region.
Salinas’s population is 155,662 as of 2013. The latitude and longitude is 36.6777° N, 121.6555° W.