Frequently Asked Questions
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What follows are some of the most frequently asked questions about Sea Container Sales. To learn more, read below or send us an email.
a. ST = Standard. This means the container is 8’6” tall.
b. HC = High Cube. This means the container is 9’6” tall.
c. The difference is a foot in height and only $100 in price
- Container location MUST be within 100 miles of our office location.
- To secure your container and schedule your delivery, you must put down a $175 deposit + 1st month’s rent.
- Monthly payments for each size:
- 20ST = $100/month
- 40ST = $120/month
- 40HC = $125/month.
- Term length is 36 months.
- Pay for your purchase in FULL to secure your delivery and/or container(s).
- Pay your delivery fee as a deposit, then pay your balance at time of delivery.
- We accept resale certificates from your business.
- As of August 2019, the laws changed regarding the purpose of a shipping container. Because of this, unfortunately, we are no longer able to accept Ag Exempt Forms.
- Modifications are done as requested and are considered custom. You will need to contact our sales team to discuss customizations and pricing.
- Completion time will be estimated and determined when ordering.
- You will be responsible for preparing the grounds you intend to place your container. This includes leveling, any leveling blocks you intend to utilize, and property clearing necessary.
- Our truck and trailer are approximately 73’ long, so you will need to confirm there will be enough room for our trucks to enter/exit your property and turn around, if necessary.
- Your property grounds should be dry enough to allow for the weight of the truck, trailer, and container. If you confirm delivery, it is assumed that you feel your property is in good condition for delivery. If the delivery truck gets stuck, as a result, you will be charged an inconvenience fee of $50/hour that the truck is immobile at your site.
- Anything that can handle the weight of the container.
- Railroad ties and concrete blocks are suggested.