Steel storage containers construction.

Steel storage containers are made with 8- or 14-gauge corrugated steel from top to bottom including the walls, doors, and roof. All corners and edges are connected with an elastic sealing compound to protect the structure and its contents from weather, fire, and vermin. The containers also feature one-inch thick floors made of marine grade plywood that can withstand 16,000 pounds of pressure per 100 sq ft.

You can also customize your steel storage containers with shelving, partitions, additional doors, windows, and different paint colors. Steel security devices, such as fireproof steel lockboxes or cargo guard locks, can protect your steel storage containers from theft or vandalism.

Types of steel storage containers (VISIT OUR WEB SITE UNDER Rentals and Sales – www.azcontainers.com FOR PHOTOS AND DRAWINGS)
Most steel storage containers are 8′ or 10′ wide and 8’6″ high and available in different lengths. Among the most common containers available:

Standard containers (10′, 20′ & 40′) – Select sizes based on your available space and storage needs. You can stack multiple containers next to or atop each other as needed.

High cube – Provides added interior height (9’6″) and length (45′) for carefully storing small vehicles, construction equipment, and light machinery.

Reefers – Refrigerated steel storage containers for keeping perishables and certain chemicals cool for storage or transport.

For further information regarding our storage containers for rental or sales, Contact AZ Containers at 602-763-9608 to see how the most basic steel box to a customized, climate controlled storage or workspace with windows, they’ll have your solution on it’s way to you fast.

We aim to provide our customers with a personal, fast and efficient service, which will offer a hassle free solution to any storage problem. More importantly, there are no hidden costs when purchasing  or leasing storage containers from us. 

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