Doesn’t it always seem that no matter how big a business is, there never seems to be enough space for storage of essential items? Indeed, Murphy’s Law seems to dictate that the longer a business has been serving its customers, the more likely that business is to experience a lack of storage space for product, displays and the necessary items to properly run and expand the business.
Portable storage containers offer a multitude of uses for businesses, construction companies, retailers, hotels and homeowners.
On the commercial side, everything from construction tools at job sites, industrial materials, office equipment, and client and personnel files to surplus inventory and seasonal merchandise and displays can be stored in portable storage containers.
Whether you’re renting or leasing one or several portable storage containers for industrial, construction, business or residential purposes, you can trust A.B. Richards – the leading supplier of ground-level storage containers in the Northeast since 1982 – to offer the best selection of mobile storage containers available on the market today.
There are a myriad of reasons to rent or lease one or more on-site, on-demand mobile storage containers – including convenience, practicality and security – as opposed to renting or leasing an off-site warehouse or self-storage unit. However, you might be unsure if renting or leasing portable storage containers is a better option than buying and owning them.
In the last 30 years, A.B. Richards – the leading supplier of ground-level storage containers in the Northeast since 1982 – has seen storage containers become widely used by business owners, retailers and contractors who can now easily and securely store inventory, equipment, construction materials and key documents inside of them.
Portable storage containers are a very popular, cost-effective way to store home furnishings, to keep key business records and office files, and safeguard copper and building materials on a construction site, but you may be asking: “how many rooms of belongings can I fit in one of these containers?”
There are many uses for portable storage containers, ranging from construction job-site storage, industrial storage for manufacturing plants and other commercial entities, and inventory and equipment storage for retailers, restaurants, hotels and other businesses to residential storage for homeowners looking to sell, renovate or free up space inside their homes or expand their home-based businesses.
Copper theft continues to be a true concern for contractors, and has been for several years despite the fact that the number metal claims have dipped this past year, according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB). The reason is the on-going correlation between higher copper prices and the frequency of copper theft at construction sites.