Asbury Park has a rapidly growing small business scene – from concert venues, restaurants, and retail stores. Next time you’re taking a walk along the Jersey Shore, you might want to think about how you can put a shipping container from Jake Containers to good use at your place of business. These weather-tight storage containers will keep all your gardening materials and landscaping equipment safe and dry until you’re ready to use them.
Of course, there are lots more uses for these containers than just storing goods and equipment. You probably have some extra gear or machinery that you can’t keep at the shop if you have a business. This could be anything from surplus inventory to seasonal goods, concert equipment, hotel/hospitality storage–the possibilities are endless. We rent and sell shipping containers of all sizes, so we’re sure to have something that fits your needs. Any kind of storage need you might have can be handled by one of our outstanding containers, and you’ll rest easy knowing your valuables are safe and secure in the unit.
Whether you’re interested in buying or renting, we can accommodate you, and we have both new and used containers available. We serve the tri-state area, and we have a whole family of satisfied customers who have been extremely happy with our containers. If this is something you’ve been thinking about – stop thinking, and get on the phone with Jake Containers.
Our knowledgeable representatives can answer any questions you might have, and they can even give you a quote if you have a specific type of container in mind. We can accommodate both residential and commercial clients, so whatever your situation is, we have a suitable container for you. If you need to modify your container, we can help you by adding extra doors, windows, lights, vents, or maybe even a custom paint scheme you have in mind. Contact us today, and let’s get the ball rolling on your new storage container.
Fun Fact: We all know Asbury Park as the home of Bruce Springsteen, but did you know that it also hosts an annual winter surfing event called the Cold War? Forget Malibu. Come surf New Jersey!