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What To Think About Before Scheduling A Storage Container Delivery

Here are three important things to think about before scheduling a storage container delivery.

Here are three important things to think about before scheduling a storage container delivery.

Storage containers are a great solution for many industries, and ordering a container from Allied Trailers is a very simple and straightforward process. However, since storage containers are large, there are a few things to consider before scheduling a delivery. Continue reading for a short list of things to think about before ordering your storage container from Allied Trailers to ensure the process goes smoothly!

Location

The location of the company you choose is one of the most important factors, as you don’t want to order from a firm that is hours away. Allied Trailers has multiple locations to ensure we cover customers all over the East Coast! Our locations include Savage, Brandywine, and Cambridge, MD, Hampton and Manassas, VA, Raleigh-Durham, NC, and Orlando and West Palm Beach, FL. We also offer full-service and in-house solutions, which means that we never outsource the storage trailers or customer service you need to another business. We have our own fleet of trucks designed to deliver and pick-up your trailers, which allows us to ship the next day rather than next month.

Your Property

It’s important to give an exact location for your storage container delivery to ensure we deliver to the correct spot. Be sure to think about where the container will be placed on your property before scheduling a delivery, as the location will make a big difference in how effective the storage container is! Also, keep in mind the size container you are ordering, as the drop-off of a 20’ or 40’ container requires a lot of open space.

Doors

You will also want to decide which way you would like the doors of the container to face so we can load the unit onto the delivery truck properly. The container will either be loaded with the doors of the unit facing the cab of the truck or facing the back of the truck. Having the doors of the storage unit facing a certain way will make it easier for you to load and unload your items.

Contact Allied Trailers Today for Your Storage Container Solutions

Allied Trailers is a leading provider of space solutions for the construction, education, energy, industrial, commercial/retail, healthcare, and government markets. With operations on the East Coast of the United States, and serving more than 50,000 customers, Allied Trailers operates a fleet of nearly 10,000 modular space and secure storage units that are leased through a network of 8 branch locations along the East Coast of North America. Check out our Locations page for contact information, and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Youtube, and our don’t forget to check out our blog.

 

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