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Shipping container delivery in Dallas Fort Worth TX area

Containers Delivered from Dallas / Ft. Worth TX

Our company delivers new and used containers from our Dallas location directly to your site (within a 350-mile drive from Dallas). All of our one-trip, CWO and WTT containers are checked for quality and have our guarantee of no-leaks and no surprises up-front pricing, including delivery to your location in 4-7 business days. First, pick the container size and container condition you need, add your purchase to the cart, type in in your zip code and get Instant Pricing — NO WAITING AROUND for a quote or a salesperson, and no need to open an account before seeing the full price of the container + delivery.

Delivery Service to the Dallas Metro, Ft. Worth, Arlington, Plano, Garland, and Irving

If you ever wondered, “Where can I buy storage containers for sale near me?” we have solved your problem. For the speediest ordering and delivery, just fill out the order form or call The Shipping Container Co. at (972) 885-6517.

Our cargo containers are all inspected and prepared for delivery to any neighborhood in the greater Dallas/Fort Worth area, including Addison, Balch Springs, Carrollton, Cedar Hill, Cockrell Hill, Combine, Coppell, Dallas Central, DeSoto, Duncanville, Farmers Branch, Ferris, Fort Worth, Frisco, Garland, Glenn Heights, Grand Prairie, Grapevine, Highland Park, Hutchins, Irving, Lancaster, Lewisville, Mansfield, McKinney, Mesquite, Ovilla, Richardson, Rowlett, Sachse, Seagoville, Sunnyvale, University Park, Wilmer, Wylie and many more.

Note: Always call to check with your city and/or county office for specific ordinances for siting containers before placing your order for delivery of your container.


Fastest Delivery of Containers for Sale in the Dallas/Fort Worth Neighborhoods

Dallas Neighborhoods:

Dallas Uptown, Fair Park, Oak Cliff, Highland Park, University Park, Preston Hollow, South Dallas, Casa View, Lake Highlands, Mesquite, Balch Springs, Hutchins, Redbird, Oak Cliff, Irving, Las Colinas, Grand Prairie, Duncanville, SeSoto, Lancaster, Wilmer, Garland, Richardson, Rowlett, Sunnyvale, Lawson, Forney, Seagoville, Crandall, Combine, Ferris, Glenn Heights, Red Oak, Ovilla, Oak Leaf, Southeast Arlington, Arlington, Euless, Hurst, Bedford, Colleyville, Grapevine, Southlake, Coppell, Farmers Branch, Valley Ranch, Carrollton, Addison, and Sachse

Ft. Worth Neighborhoods:

Haltorn City, Richland Hills, Forest Hill, Kennedale, Rendon, Mansfield, Edgecliff Village, Genbrook, Ridglea Hills, White Settlement, Lake Worth, Haltom City, Saginaw, Primrose, Crowly, Burleson, Wooded Hills, Briaroaks, Cross Timber, Joshua, Lillian, Godley, Winscott, Cresson, Annetta, Aledo, Willow Park, Hudson Oaks, Dicey, Midlothian, Everman, and Keller.
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Storage Container Delivery from Dallas-Fort Worth TX within 350 Mile Drive

From our Dallas TX location and our connections to the Bayport container terminal, Port of Houston and other Texas ports, we can deliver new and used containers within a 350 mile driving distance. Choose the size and condition of ISO container you want and enter your zip code in the shopping cart to see your total No-Surprise Full Pricing, INCLUDING delivery charges.

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Container FAQ’s

Is my container wind and watertight?

Cargo containers for shipping goods across the sea are very wind and watertight. With heavy-duty rubber seals on the doors, these containers will keep their contents dry. They are inspected before re-selling for alternate uses, such as storage units, alternative container homes, and offices, and many other projects. There are low-grade containers sold “as is” that may have damage that might render them not wind or water tight because of deep rust or corrosion, so avoid purchasing the cheapest containers. However, because of a bustling market for containers for alternative housing and other uses, new, one-trip, cargo-worthy (CWO), and Wind-Water Tight (WWT) are all excellent to use for your next project with containers because they do a great job of keeping out the elements.

How much maintenance can I expect for my container?

A correctly sited container positioned so its bottom remains dry will require little maintenance over the years of its life. If sited inside another building, it will be practically maintenance-free. Even outside in the weather, its high quality steel will barely deteriorate since it is designed to travel over oceans and be exposed to the elements. If you buy a “new” one-trip container, you can expect as much as 40 – 50 years use, especially if the paint job is still nearly new. You’ll need to oil hinges on the doors and the locking bars once every few years. The doors’ rubber seals may deteriorate after 10 years or so, but if the container is placed inside or in mild weather, the seals can be expected to double their years of use. When you purchase your container, if it has dents or small patches of corrosion, you’ll need to paint that area again when needed or weld on a metal patch. You can expect to repaint your container for appearance if you wish once or twice during your use.

How do I position my container?

The main consideration is that you position your storage container on a dry, level surface. Paving, gravel, tarmac, and concrete are excellent surfaces. You will want to avoid soft and damp or uneven surfaces. One method is to purchase railroad ties or timbers that can be secured to the earth or sand with stakes, or use paving stones or reinforced blocks. The driver can deliver your storage container on these surfaces to keep the bottom out of wetness that can seep through and soften the wood floor. The surface must be level at all four corners where the bulk of the container’s weight rests, so the container won’t twist or preventing the doors from opening and closing correctly.

Are there any rules about putting a container on my site?

Before you submit your order, consult your local, city, and county offices to see what, if any, ordinances regulate the use and/or placement of containers. If they are categorized as temporary or removable structures for specific uses, then some of those uses may or may not need planning permits. However, when the use is long-term, there can be procedures to follow for permitting.

Why Should I Buy from The Shipping Container Co.?

We offer a transparent, fast, and no-nonsense approach to purchasing new one-trip containers and used containers with no hidden fees, setting up accounts, or waiting to speak with customer service. Order online, and your order will be fulfilled within the shortest possible time. If you have specific concerns or questions about your container needs, your delivery site, delivery times, or any part of the procedure, you can always call and talk with one of our container specialists who will work with you for your complete satisfaction.

Other ISO Container Information

Reading the serial number on your container:

ISO 6346 is an international standard ID system for identifying every shipping container in use. The first 3 letters are the owner code, and the next letter shows the category, whether for freight containers (U), detachable container equipment (J), container trailers/chassis (Z) or refrigerated containers (R); followed by the 6 serial numbers, and the final check digit that is calculated as a means of validation of the previous information. Now you can read the code:

Read the serial number for a cargo container

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