Are you Moving?

We can deliver to your home or business.

Rent a mobile storage trailer that we can deliver to your home or business. We can drop with our loading ramp and give you the time to load at your own convenience. You can store at your location or ours. When your new home is built we can deliver.

Storage trailers are water and rodent proof and very secure. We deliver trailers to Cedar City, Utah, St. George, Utah, and surrounding areas.

Trailer Sizes

  • 28' Long x 8.5' Wide x 9' Tall

  • 48' Long x 8.5' Wide x 9' Tall

  • 53' Long x 8.5' Wide x 9' Tall

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Moving Checklist

Please review our minimum clearances below.

Prepare Access Area

The access area must be at least 12 feet wide and at least 125 feet in a straight line. The area must be flat and obstacle free for the driver to navigate the trailer.

Calculate Clearance Length

To calculate the required clearance length, the length of the trailer must be added to 60' of clearance for the delivery equipment plus 20' to maneuver the equipment. (40' + 60' + 20' = 120')

Check Overhead Clearance

Check all access paths and confirm you have at least 20' of over head clearance from the ground to the lowest point of the overhanging item.

placing your container

what to consider before your container arrives.

  • Make sure the ground or surface is level.

    The container has 4 corner posts. It is of vital importance each corner post is closely level. When containers are off level, the doors do not work as efficiently. They can bind up or not open and close at all. The ground does not have to be perfectly level, but the closer the better. If you find one side of you container a little off, use a stepping stone or wood blocks to help level it up. When we deliver your container the driver can help level it.

  • Do not put your container directly on the ground.

    If possible, set the container on 1" to 2" gravel. Rail road ties can be used. (2) ties for a 20' container or (4) ties for a 40' container. We can place your container on concrete footings if needed. Containers dropped directly on the ground hold the moisture underneath. As day time temperatures rise, moisture tends to come up through the wood - leading to condensation. Keep doors closed as much as possible on your container.