The Many Uses of a Well-Built Storage Container
Container Source is committed to only producing the highest quality when it comes to your storage container needs. We understand that there are many ways that you can utilize our sturdy storage containers, and ensure that each container meets your specific needs. Here are a few ways you can use a shipping container.
Store and transport your oil field materials with ease or run a more organized construction site by keeping all of your important tools, machines, and building materials in one location. Our steel units also serve as excellent mobile field offices or workshops.
If you specialize in manufacturing and you own a welding shop or generator room, utilize our containers to store your raw materials and finished products. Instead of cluttering up your workspace, your materials will be stored away until you need them.
Deliver your cargo safely from one location to the next with one-way freight-forwarding using our cargo-worthy containers. Whether it be one or multiple trips, your large project movements are stress-free with help from Container Source.
Municipalities and schools utilize a large amount of assorted equipment during their daily operations. The dry storage containers we offer are the perfect solution to store all of your grounds equipment, sports equipment, surplus supplies, and hazardous chemicals and paints.
When you work with chemical products, it’s important to keep them safely stored away when they are not in use. Easily store your hazardous wastes, such as asbestos, lead paint, and PCBs, in our cost-effective containers
In addition to storing commercial products and materials, our units can also be used as protective shelters for livestock or to house surplus farming items, such as feed or produce.
So Why Buy From Container Source?
The industry of selling used or new containers has a very low barrier of entry. So how are we different? How do you find the right vendor like Container Source? Well, start with searching for a vendor that guarantees quality. Find a vendor that actually puts hands on the containers they sell. That’s Container Source, and here are some details about our container quality.
Functioning Doors That Close Properly
All of our used cargo-worthy grade containers that we sell will have doors that seal tightly. We also check and grease every container door. One of the most common problems in containers is doors not functioning or shutting properly. In general, container doors do not work well if they are on uneven surfaces and are not lined up. As an easy fix, place a wood block under the door frame of your container. Opening and closing doors is often a tricky thing to learn, especially if you have never opened them, but no worries — our friendly drivers will help and show you how to maneuver them.
No Holes — Wind Water Tight
While cargo-worthy containers have dings and dents, we promise that our units will not have any holes or leaks. If there is a such problem, we will either fix the holes, replace with a different container, or refund you. Often, containers get stacked on ships and in our yards, so these dings and dents are pretty common. If water pools, dents can get rusty and turn into holes. We can usually patch up small holes and most larger holes as well. We recommend that you inspect your container frequently and paint with rust free paints. We can also handle the paint job for you if you would like!
Floors in Good Condition
Here at Container Source, we also promise that our cargo-worthy containers have sound floors. While some of the lesser grade containers have warped or damaged floors, our units should have flat floors with normal wear and tear. In addition, they should also be leak free and have no holes. As a reminder, we suggest that your container stays out of standing water which could lead to rust on the floor.