It would be so much easier if we could simply hibernate. Unfortunately, bears have it made while we have a lot to prepare for when cold weather moves into the area. If you need to reorganize your home or business when the weather gets colder or run a seasonal operation, this is the time of the year when you encounter a lot of headaches. One big headache is making certain that the items you store during the winter months are safe and secure.
A.B. Richards Storage Containers Stand Up to Old Man Winter
Safety and security are one of the reasons why you should choose A.B. Richards for all of your storage needs. We have products that stand up to winter weather and we also make things convenient for you. We will bring your storage solution to wherever you need it, whether it’s your home, office or work site. So we want to tell you a bit about how A.B. Richards storage containers keep your goods safe in cold weather.
The Durability of A.B. Richards Storage Units
There are many reasons why A.B. Richards portable storage containers will keep you safe during the winter. We already mentioned one reason. We drop off the containers to you. You don’t have to worry about having to travel across town or to another town. You can keep an eye on your goods at all times.
And A.B. Richards portable storage containers are durable. All of our units are constructed of 14-gauge steel. They also contain 1 3/8-inch hardwood floors. Our containers are strong enough to sustain a maximum gross weight of 44,800 pounds.
Our containers are weather resistant. We’re located throughout the Northeast and we know the type of weather our units have to stand up to. We’ll keep the snow and freezing rain out.
A.B. Richards storage containers are built so they can be easily accessed and secured. At the entrance to the storage units are two doors to our containers. If you’re storing the container on a construction site, we recommend that you illuminate the site overnight to discourage any intruders from coming on the property.
If you are a homeowner and you’re storing goods because of construction on your property the San Jose Mercury News suggests keeping track of who has the keys to your home and your storage unit. If you feel comfortable you can give keys to the contractor who can lock it and open it. If you’re a bit less comfortable, drop your keys in a lock box only allowing subcontractors who know the combination to have access. Or you don’t have to give keys out at all, but that will require you to be around to let workers in.
A.B. Richards Provides You with the Storage Containers You Need
Whatever your storage needs are, A.B. Richards can help. Our 20 foot storage containers are perfect for residential use while our 40-foot storage containers and 40-foot Jumbo containers with an extra foot of headroom are perfect for bigger storage jobs. A.B. Richards will keep all of your stored goods safe during the dark days of winter. To learn more, contact us today.