Make sure all of the tools and equipment that were brought to the job site are still there and waiting each morning afterward. Theft, vandalism and inclement weather can hold up any job, so boost everyone’s confidence that things will run smoothly by using storage containers.
Here’s how they’re going to keep a project moving:
- A hidden, reinforced security lock box helps deter theft so the project is never put on hold due to missing tools.
- Choose a unit that offers the maximum in usable space with absolutely zero interior support posts to get in the way — leaving enough room for all of the needed equipment.
- A weather-resistant steel roof and siding help protect from inclement weather so workers aren’t using rusted and weather-damaged tools.
- Don’t worry: Non-slip wood flooring helps protect workers when water, dirt and mud are tracked into the unit.
- Storing equipment is easy if the unit has ground-level access.
- Consider that larger units have double-door entry, which can ease the storage of larger pieces of equipment.
- Containers take merely seconds to setup and remove, making it easy to move them from one area of the job site to another. Storage containers can always be moved to where they are needed.
- Storage containers help free up space at tight job sites, so there’s more room for workers to do their jobs safely, minimizing injuries and increasing efficiency.
- Don’t break the project’s budget, though — keep financial goals on track by searching for competitive pricing.
Information provided by National Construction Rentals, rentnational.com.