When you place your order for storage container delivery, we will promptly reply within one (1) business day to coordinate delivery with you. We will let you know the scheduled date and time window ahead of time, and then our professional driver will call when they are en route to your location. All of our drivers put safety first, and if we can't safely deliver to your site we won't, but you'll still be responsible for destination charges. Nobody wants that, so please make safety a priority and ensure you have adequate space and conditions for delivery. If you are unsure of the suitability of your delivery site, please talk to us before placing your order, or have a back-up spot in mind where there won't be any issues.
Please make sure there is enough space for the truck to make wide turns, fit between gates or other obstructions, and safely set up for delivery. Please remember that these large trucks make wide turns.
The truck will be almost 10' wide, and will need space to maneuver after the storage container is unloaded. Adequete delivery space is approximately 60' for 20' containers and 100' for 40' containers, plus enough space to turn and drive out.
The delivery truck can weigh as much as 45,000 lbs., so soft surfaces such as mud or wet grass can cause the truck to sink and get stuck. If there is a risk of getting stuck or being unable to maneuver or get out, the driver may refuse delivery at the site.
The delivery truck is 13'6" before it tilts, and can be up to 16' tall at it's peak height during delivery, so please ensure there are no power lines, tree branches, or other obstructions that could prevent delivery or unloading of the storage container.