Our Containers in Leeds
Located close to Leeds and surrounding areas, we offer cost-effective storage container hire. Using these one-trip containers reduces the impact of their wastage. And guarantees our units are in next-to-new condition.
From the standard sized 150 sq ft storage unit, we have made a wide range of different sized storage spaces. We subdivide our units into quarters to create 35sqft units and halves for 75 sq.ft units. This gives space to suit any storage requirements both long term and short term.
Ideal storage for the contents of a garden shed, a few boxes or other small items.
150 sq ft
External parking area
Ideal storage for a small studio flat, sofas, beds or a small vehicle.
Suitable for vehicle storage. Also, ideal for storing the contents of a 3 bedroom home or can be used for business and merchandise.
Ideal for content of a large home, large office furniture, removal businesses, vehicles, stock and merchandise.
3 off 150sqft containers at a discounted price.
So What Makes Leeds Storage Containers So Great?
Designed for long-term endurance
Shipping containers seal almost completely to outlast the toughest ocean storms. This makes them weather-proof, dust-proof and rodent-proof.
Uniform and clean
We maintain the good quality appearance and condition of our site and units. To keep our containers free from rust we coat them in a protective sealant. Then paint them our signature blue colour.
24/7 security and access
We offer 24 hour security and CCTV, giving you stress-free, easy access to our site.
We’re a short journey from Leeds city centre. This means we’re connected to most major motorway networks and other routes in and out of the city. Catering to those all around West Yorkshire.
Storage containers are easy to transform
We are able to create different sized units for differing storage needs. Such as lockers for archive storage, and 300 sq ft units for large amounts of items.
Useful for more than their namesake
Being weatherproof and secure, containers also create an ideal office or work space.
The Rise of Shipping Containers
Ever wondered exactly where shipping containers come from? We’re here to lay it out for you.
1956 saw the creation of the first successful shipping container business. They are now part of the most adopted industry standards on the globe. Shipping containers form the backbone of modern international trade.
Their creation supported a system of ‘intermodalism’. This system had items remain in the same container throughout their shipping journey. Trains, trucks and ships could transport containers between them. This made shipping more efficient. But the rise of one trip shipping containers also has consequences. Many containers now spend more than half their 15 year lifespan unused.
Why take precautions with flammable materials?
Shipping containers almost completely seal shut. So it can be dangerous to store equipment that uses flammable materials. This includes gas, or solvents and other chemicals. These materials can release vapours which accumulate in the container.
This increases the potential for fire as well as being a health risk.
Shipping containers almost completely seal shut, so it can be dangerous to store equipment that uses flammable materials. This includes gas, or solvents and other chemicals.
Ensure that the fuel tanks are completely empty as even small amounts of gasoline can pose risks. We advise you air out your unit at regular intervals.
We advise against the storage of wet and damp items as these may cause condensation.
There are many easy ways to prevent excessive condensation and the damage it can cause:
Pallets to prevent damp
Dampness can sometimes reach your items through the flooring of containers. Using pallets will keep your items elevated and stop damp from reaching them. Though you need to pay attention to the type of wood, as some varieties or newer wood can contain a lot of moisture.
Desic-can’t, or desic-can?
Desiccants are also effective in protecting your items from water damage. They absorb excess water from the air. This reduces the buildup of moisture that leads to condensation.