Grade A Storage Solutions
Consistent Quality You Can Trust
All Pacific Mobile Storage Containers are New/One Trip or Grade A units for consistent quality you can trust.
Not only do containers come in all shapes and sizes with single and double door options, but they also come in all different grades of quality. Below are the different grades of containers and a quick explanation of what each grade means.
Built within the last two years, in excellent condition, and used only once in international shipping. Wind and water-tight.
Very good condition with minimal rust, no major dents, and few to none roof patches with a floor in very good condition. Wind and water-tight.
Good condition with some minor and superficial rust, not exceeding 6 inches in diameter. All doors and gaskets are in good working condition with little to no rust around hinges and seals with some roof and floor patches.
Structurally sound with non-predominant rust that may exceed 6 inches in diameter. Doors are functional with potential light to medium rust around gaskets, top of door, or hinges. Roof and floor may have multiple patches and some de-lamination on the floor.
Functional and still wind and weather-tight with structural and more predominant rust, medium to severs around the seals. Doors can be hard to open and close and gasket may be loose. Large dents and deflections with loose and severely delaminated flooring.
High-quality food grade shipping containers that are extremely clean, wind and water-tight, and do not offer ground for strong smells, mold, or contamination.
Everything you need to know about our containers.
- Containers are perfect storage and space solution for a variety of industries and Pacific Mobile Structures is proud to serve them all, including (but not limited to):
- Industrial Manufacturing
- Events and Entertainment
The container you’ll receive from Pacific Mobile Structures meets the highest quality standards. In fact, all of our containers are Grade-A, single-trip, and best-in-industry units fit for your unique storage needs.
There are three questions you should have answers to before renting or buying a container:
- How long do I need the container? Your answer to this question will help determine whether a rental lease or an outright purchase of a container will be most appropriate based on your needs. It’s important to note that rental rates are structured in a way that does not apply towards the eventual purchase of a container. Knowing how long you need a container upfront could save you money in the long run. Typically, if you need a container for a few years or permanently, you’ll be better off purchasing the unit rather than renting.
- Where am I going to place the container? /Does the location offer adequate delivery space and level ground? Containers can only be placed in locations with adequate delivery space and level ground. The delivery of a container requires twice the length of the unit, plus another 10 feet in a straight line in addition to adequate clearance and width. The site where the container is to be placed must be level. If not, the doors may not function properly. If you need to place your container on a site that is not level, prepare for delivery with wood blocks to assist the driver in leveling the container. The placement site should also have sufficient drainage so that your container doesn’t end up sitting in standing water or cause your unit to become unlevel.
- Are there any restrictions? Before renting or purchasing a container, it’s important to check that there aren’t any restrictions against containers in your area such as sub development, city, and county restrictions. Pacific Mobile Structures serves multiple areas and cities, and we are simply unable to keep track of all municipal restrictions across locations.
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