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DefPro specializes in delivering quality refurbished cargo containers to all of Washington. You won’t find plastic or wood units at DefPro, just all steel frames for maximum security. Customers at construction sites or retail space typically use these highly durable, watertight used shipping containers for storage in Washington. Let us help you find your next container, pick up the phone or enter a few details in the form now.
We partner with regional intermodal shipping companies, portable storage container companies in Washington and local storage depots and match your request to the best local suppliers. They will provide you with fast, hassle free price quotes on the shipping container that you've requested via e-mail or telephone, whichever you prefer.
Once you compare the free quotes for prices on used shipping containers in Washington from local suppliers you can select the best deal. Of course there's no obligation to buy anything and you can review the service contract before making a decision. Rates will vary based on how far you are from the Washington container depot and how many units are currently available. Customers who use DefPro.com to compare quotes when buying a cargo container in Washington save over 30% on average compared to customers who do not compare prices.
Most customers in Washington want a cheap shipping container to buy quickly for their immediate need. We advise to think long term, that you will live with this purchase for many years and it is also important to focus on quality and not just price. Our average Washington container prices below reflect both ‘as is’ containers with visible dents and rust and virtually new one trip containers fresh off the boat.
Dimensions: 40'L x 8'W x 8'H. These are the most common containers used in international shipping. Total capacity is 2,560 cubic ft. A one-trip 40' shipping container in Washington costs from $4,000 to $5,000 and a WWT or CW costs from $3,300 to $4,200.
Dimensions: 20'L x 8'W x 8'H. Commonly seen at construction sites across Washington, these are a great way to conveniently store things on site. Total capacity is 1,280 cubic ft. A one-trip 20' shipping container in Washington costs from $3,000 to $4,000 and a WWT or CW costs from $3,300 to $4,200.
Dimensions: 10'L x 8'W x 8'H. The smallest container offered is a good option for on-site storage in areas where you don't have enough space to fit a larger container. Can conveniently fit in most backyards and has a total capacity of 640 cubic ft. A one-trip 10' shipping container in Washington costs from $2,800 to $3,800 and a WWT or CW costs from $2,200 to $3,300.
Dimensions: 20'L x 8'W x 8.5'H. With an added 6 inches in height, this container has a total capacity of 1,360 cubic ft. A one-trip 20' HC shipping container in Washington costs from $3,200 to $4,200 and a WWT or CW costs from $2,800 to $3,600.
Dimensions: 40'L x 8'W x 8.5'H. The largest container that you can usually find. Total capacity is 2,720 cubic ft. A one-trip 40' HC shipping container in Washington from about $4,500 to $5,500 and a WWT or CW costs from $3,800 to $4,700.
DefPro Containers is the number one source for customers in Washington to buy shipping containers on-line. The team at DefPro Containers is committed to make buying a shipping container in Washington easy for everyone. Here are just a few of the many reasons why DefPro Containers is your number one destination for new and used shipping containers in Washington:
In most cases you cannot inspect the container before you buy it, but you can often view pictures. When buying a used shipping container it's important to purchase from a reputable supplier, like one that you'll find with DefPro.com. If you find an ad online and a container is listed at a price that seems too good to be true, it probably is.
No, we sell a variety of containers. In Washington we can deliver new one-trip containers, wind and water tight containers (WWT), IICL5, cargo worthy containers (CW), iso certified containers (I.S.O.), and as is. One trip containers often have minor scratches, but very few dents, and no rust. They are in the best condition and are also the most expensive. Cargo worthy containers are certified for shipping and are in very good condition but the paint won’t be perfect, usually far from it. WWT, or wind and water tight are the most common type of shipping container we sell, and they are also the most economical.
When all steel framing is coupled with advanced locking systems, portable storage containers in Washington are extremely secure. Not only will your valuables be kept safe from pests, rodents and water damage, they'll be kept safe from robbers as well. Simply put, your best option for outdoor storage in Washington, conex containers are the best option.
Intermodal shipping containers are made of extremely strong and durable corrugated steel on the exterior. Steel conex containers in Washington are built to withstand rough ocean conditions and harsh weather. The interior is typically completely empty, except for the wood flooring which is varnished with a protective coating to make sure that there are no bugs and pests.
Yes, you can purchase custom containers on DefPro.com! Some common customizations are advanced locking systems, ventilation systems, access ramps, additional doors, roll up doors, windows, racks and organization systems, custom paint and more.
Washington typically doesn’t require a permit to keep a container on your own property but it can be worth checking just in case. The main thing that you need to do is figure out where you will be keeping your unit. Keep in mind that you need a firm, flat surface (grass, dirt, asphalt), and that the delivery truck needs to be able to access the area. Make sure that there's room for the flat-bed delivery truck to drop the container off.
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