Located in Mercer County, NJ, Hamilton Township is one of the New Jersey cities where you can contact Jake Containers, one of the top sellers of steel shipping containers on the East Coast. We can sell shipping containers to our clients anywhere in the US, but rentals are limited at present to customers in northern New Jersey.
By contrast, sales of these shipping containers can be carried out to customers in any part of the US whatsoever, and we can deliver a premium product promptly once you’ve placed your order. During the period of rental or purchase, virtually all clients usually discover how precious these steel shipping containers can be.
One of the most desirable qualities about these premium shipping containers is their long-lasting durability, primarily due to their outstanding construction. Built to last for decades, these shipping containers are both dent-resistant and warp-resistant, meaning that they will retain their original shape unless a small mountain falls on them. Another quality owners appreciate about them, is that they are very low-maintenance, which means they won’t require much of your time to keep them in top-notch condition.
The marine-grade plywood flooring delivers excellent insulation between the ground and your shipping container to help keep the interior intact against exterior elements. One more beneficial characteristic of steel shipping containers is their tremendous versatility. They can be used for almost anything you can dream up, including storage, office space, a mini-storefront, personal living space, and many other applications as well. Many industries have found them invaluable for storage, for instance, municipal, government, construction, commercial and industrial, and hospitality.
To get started with storing your valuables in a safe, secure, and dry container, contact us today to get the process going. In no time at all, we can have a high-quality steel shipping container delivered to your location, so you can start enjoying all the benefits of these superior products.
Fun Fact: In 2008, the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree came from Hamilton. A 77 year old Norwegian Spruce, the tree stood an impressive 72 feet tall!