Storage containers come in two varieties: single door and a double door...Show More
Storage containers come in two varieties: single door and a double door. Single-door storage containers have a smaller point of entry and are better for storing smaller items. Double-door storage containers have a wider entryway for loading and unloading materials and are recommended for storing bulkier items.
Both single-door and double-door containers are designed with stainless steel exteriors and anti-theft locks, making them a popular choice for both construction and residential purposes. Additionally, these containers are moisture proof and maintain a consistent temperature, ensuring that stored materials are not damaged over time. Check out the FAQs below to learn more.
Equipment ID: 70-1010
Equipment ID: 70-120
Equipment ID: 70-1020
Equipment ID: 70-110
Equipment ID: 70-140
Equipment ID: 70-1040
The makes/models shown are examples only and equipment delivered may differ. Contact customer support to check on the availability of specific makes/models.
Storage container rental costs depend on factors such as size, location, and the duration of the rental. At BigRentz, storage container models range from 10 feet to 40 feet. Contact BigRentz to request a quote so we can find one that meets your needs.
Storage container models at BigRentz come in the following varieties: 10 ft single-door, 20 ft double-door, 20 ft single-door, 22 ft double-door, 26 ft double-door, and 40 ft single-door.
When choosing a container, look for one that has enough space to meet your needs, provides you with an entryway that can accommodate the size of your items, whether it has the space you need to move around, and any other considerations.
Construction teams often use storage containers for a variety of purposes, such as a place to store business supplies, furniture, out-of-season merchandise, toxic place, or even as a break room. Some teams install shelving for additional storage options. Homeowners may use storage containers if they are renovating or staging their home.
Whether you need a permit for a shipping container depends on factors such as where it is placed and what local zoning laws say. States and counties have different regulations about licensure, as well as permits for containers on construction sites. Check with your city or county before renting a shipping container to ensure you have the right permits and that you know what you can and cannot do.