A Guide To Hiring Containers
20 February 2021
Hiring containers can be a very useful tool. Whether you need them for short or long term, it can be a cheaper alternative to buying, more versatile and flexible. There are many reasons why you may want to hire a container and in this article, we will delve further into why hiring a container may be preferred, what you can hire and the benefits.
Why you might want to hire a container
Shipping containers are incredibly versatile. Originally constructed to transport goods across the harsh oceans, these hard-wearing containers have since been repurposed for multiple functions.
- Easily moved
- Available long or short term
Hiring a container offers many of the same benefits as buying a shipping container. Firstly, they are great for storing items and transporting items. Whether you are moving house and need a strong container to transport the contents of your home or have excess clutter you want to temporarily move it to a safe, dry location for storage. We even offer refrigerated containers for sale in NZ to help keep goods cool.
Beyond storage and transportation, shipping containers also provide functional office space or even pop-up stores. Working in construction often means moving from one location to another to building sites. Sometimes for a long time and sometimes only for a few months. Having an on-site office that is a shipping container is incredibly helpful as it can be moved and is hardy, so you don’t have to worry about keeping it clean.
It is important, however, to know how long you want the container for. Container hire is a great and affordable option if the need for the container will come to an end. Whether this will be years or months. If the container is needed for longer, you might want to consider purchasing a container.
What Types Of Containers Are There?
There are many different types of containers that you can get with many different purposes. Offering a range of sizes with 10 ft, 40 ft and 20 ft shipping containers for sale in NZ. Not only can you hire standard shipping containers for excellent storage solution - Modified shipping containers are also available.
When looking for a container to hire, it is first important to clarify what you need from the container in terms of function. A standard container is useful simply for storage and transportation of common items. However, if you are looking to store or move more oddly shaped items, there are a few other containers to consider.
Side opening containers in NZ offer an excellent choice for those looking for a fully accessible, wide opening container. Open top shipping containers are great for loose items such as gravel or soil as it can be loaded from above and protected by a heavy tarpaulin. While high-cube containers are great for taller items.
20 ft containers for sale are our most commonly sold container. Compact enough to place in areas restricted in size and yet big enough to hold multiple items, they are a popular choice. Larger or smaller items can be easily placed in our 40 ft or 10 ft containers respectively.
No matter the type of container you need, ContainerCo is an excellent choice.
At ContainerCo we have shipping containers NZ wide in a range of sizes and configurations. Depending on your needs, you can hire for short or long term. Purchasing the container can offer a more permanent solution to your needs. We have 40 ft, 20 ft and 10 ft shipping containers for sale NZ-wide.
We also aid in the modification of shipping containers for the purpose of site office creation and various other portable buildings. Dangerous goods, refrigerated shipping containers and accessible containers with a side door offering full side access and open-top containers can all be purchased through ContainerCo.
Our containers range from 10 ft, 20 ft and 40 ft containers for sale. We have containers for sale in Auckland, Christchurch, Wellington, Waikato and NZ-wide. Or try hiring containers in Hamilton, Wellington, Christchurch, Auckland, and NZ-wide. Buy containers that are completely suited to your individual needs.
Contact us on 0508 732 873 or request a free online quote today!