Container FAQs

Yes, we can. Two 20′ Storage office containers take up the same amount of space as one 40′ container.

We offer door locks, lock boxes, canopies, ramps, stacking locks, shelving, insulation kits, extra doors (roll up or swing), and windows.

Standard height is 8’6” tall and a high cube is 9’6”. Door opening heights are 7’ 5.75” on standard and 8’ 5.25” on a high cube.

Yes, 4” steel cross members.

Yes, newer units offer more ventilation than older units.

No, containers do not come with a title, but we will give you an invoice and bill of sale with purchase.

Typically, yes. We have many customers who use them for car storage, give us a call with specifics.

Typically, no, because it is not a permanent structure, but we always suggest checking with your local building department for the most up to date information. This is a benefit to portable, non-permanent structures.

Yes, but please note that our trailers tilt containers at a 12–15-degree angle when loading and unloading. You will want to be confident in securing your belongings, as we take no responsibility for potential movement or damage during transportation.

There is no difference between a container and a connex box, they are one and the same.

No, currently we do not offer lease to own, however we will do a lease with a buyout option and the lessee can make additional payments toward the buyout price at any time. Give us a call for more details.

A solid base such as concrete or gravel with good drainage is ideal. Our recommendation is to set containers on 4×4’s or 4×6’s, especially if they are set on soft ground/ grass.

We strongly advise selecting a flat and level surface for the placement of your container. In the event that such a surface is not available, we highly recommend taking measures to ensure proper leveling of the container. Should you decide to position or relocate the container in an area such as grass or soft ground, we kindly request that the ground be sufficiently dry. This precautionary measure aims to prevent any potential complications such as our vehicles becoming immobilized, which may result in additional charges.


Yes, keep in mind that there is 4-6” of elevation to door frame and mast height must be verified to ensure fitment. Door opening Heights are 7’ 5.75” on standard and 8’ 5.25” on a high cube.

Through a partnership with a local company, we can facilitate prompt and thorough inspections to certify your shipping container for overseas use. Please contact us to arrange an inspection or for more information.

Yes, we do offer the service of transporting your empty container, give us a call for a quote.

Yes! Give us a call today for a quote!

We do offer a limited amount of modification such as adding roll up and man doors, windows, insulation kits, and extra ventilation.

20’ containers weigh 4,500 – 5,000 lbs. and 40’ are 8,200 – 9,000 lbs.

We cannot certify or guarantee that a container can withstand a hurricane or tornado, we can only share container manufacturer specifications which state that storage containers are made to withstand winds up to 100 miles per hour.