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Storage Container Deals - The Best Deals on Storage Container Rentals, Sales & Leasing is the ultimate source for all of your storage container needs. Whether you are looking to buy a used storage container or compare rates on a storage container rental for a few months, Storage Container Deals is here to help. We know that our customers are looking for the lowest prices on high quality, secure containers, while getting excellent customer service at the same time.

Why Buy or Rent a Storage Container?

There are a bunch of applications for storage containers and advantages over other types of storage. Low cost and convenience to access your stuff whenever you want are the two main reasons why customers choose storage containers over self storage. Purchasing a storage container can cost anywhere from $2,000-$5,500 depending on the size and features that you want. Storage container rentals run anywhere from $85 to small, basic containers to more than $250 a month for 40 ft refrigerated storage containers. The best way to get the lowest rate on a storage container rental or purchase is to compare rates of a few different container companies in your area. You can do that by completing the quick quote form right here on

Storage Container Size Guide

Follow this information to get the right sized container for your needs. Since getting a larger container isn't that much more expensive it's a good idea to get a larger container compared to getting a smaller container, assuming that you have enough space for it.

  • 10 Ft Storage Containers - about the same size of a one car garage, a studio apartment, or a small one bedroom apartment.
  • 20 Ft Storage Containers - about the same size as a 2 car garage.
  • 40 Ft Storage Containers - can store about the contents of a standard 3-4 bedroom home.
  • High Cube Containers - high cube containers are 9.5 feet high, compared to 8.5 ft high for standard containers.

Storage Container Financing

There are three main ways to pay for a storage container:

  • Storage Container Rentals - Rentals range anywhere from $85 to more than $250 per month.
  • Storage Container Leases - Leasing will be slightly less expensive per month compared to rentals, usually because you sign a long term contract and/or put money down up front.
  • Storage Container Sales - Sales range anywhere from $2,000 - to more than $5,000 for new containers and anywhere from $1,000 to $4,000 for used storage containers.

Are you ready to see how much you can save on a storage container rental or purchase? Complete the quick quote request form and get prices on a storage container right now. It's fast, easy, saves you time and money, and best of all it's completely free to use.

Storage Container FAQ

Here at we get asked tons of questions about storage containers. Here are a few of the most common:

How Much Does a Storage Container Cost?

Pricing depends on your method of financing (rent, purchase, lease), the container size (10-53'), modifications needed (shelves, ramps...), duration (if renting or leasing), and container condition (new, used...). You'll find estimates right here on specific to your location and type of container you're looking for. You can also get a custom quote for your needs.

What Are the Dimensions of a Storage Container?

Containers are available in many different lengths, including 10 ft, 15 ft, 20 ft, 30 ft, 40 ft, 45 ft, 48 ft, and 53 ft. Storage containers will have a standard width of 8 ft, and height of 8.5 ft. There are also high cube containers that have the same dimensions, except the height is 9.5 ft.

Do You Deliver Containers?

Yes, your container will be delivered to your desired location for a small fee (usually around $99) that varies depending on your distance to the container depot.

What Are the Common Storage Container Conditions?

There are a bunch of conditions and certifications including:

  • Brand New
  • One Trip
  • Used / Refurbished / Reconditioned
  • As is
  • IILC-5
  • Cargo Worthy

Where Can I Put My Container/Is Site Preparation Needed?

Containers should be placed on flat, smooth, firm ground and have at least a few feet of clearance so that you can open the doors. Containers are typically placed on concrete, asphalt, dirt, grass, gravel or cement. You will have to make sure that our delivery truck has clearance to drop off your container to your desired location.

Do You Move Containers From City to City?

In some cases a container can be moved from city to city, but it depends on the local provider.

Do You Offer Container Modifications or Custom Units?

Yes, you will find all types of modified containers on

What Optional Features Are Available?

Here are some of the most popular:

  • Advanced Locking Systems
  • Shelves
  • Access Ramps
  • Ventilation
  • Door Options - Roll Up, Swinging, Multiple Doors