One of the great equalizers in the business world is space. Whether you operate a small start-up or a multinational corporation, quite likely you could benefit from space to help you reach your goals and grow your business. Storage space, in particular, seems to be at a premium. After all, when part of your office or facility is designated for storage, it isn’t being used to manufacture, sell products, serve customers, or otherwise raise capital. A lack of storage can also be felt during renovations and expansions when part of the building may not be accessible.
Typically, restaurants are renovated in intervals to stay up-to-date and relevant to customers. (It could be every five years, ten years, it depends on the restaurant.) Remodels can be disruptive to business and may even shut you down for some time, adding to the stress and difficulty of the process.
Routines are the great two-edged swords of life. On one hand, falling into positive routines can lead to better health and financial success. On the other hand, routines can trap you into a pattern with no progress.
Renting equipment is a great option when appropriate, but this can easily fall into the routine where you end up paying as much as, or more than the equipment would've cost. If you have been repeatedly renting portable storage units for your business, it may be time to look into a purchase. This article explores some of the considerations to make while you're googling, "How much does it cost to buy a portable storage container?".
For many businesses, the biggest part of hunkering down for the winter means shifting inventory and operations. Clothing stores need to break out the coats and wool suits from on site storage containers. Department stores put away the patio furniture and start advertising comforters and blankets. Construction companies begin the dance of scheduling tasks based on the expected temperatures.
If you are like most people, you've noticed the increase in mobile storage businesses in recent years. Growth in any industry is a sign of successfully meeting a need. In this case, the need is for temporary or cyclical onsite storage. Why build a brand new warehouse if you only need extra space a few months each year? But each new customer begins with that familiar question, "How much does it cost to rent a portable storage container?"
By now most business owners have at least heard of portable offices. Companies in the construction, renovation, and mobile sales industries frequently use them. But many people either have outdated notions or outright misunderstandings about the actual product.
Home and office renovations are among the most stressful events within a lifetime. Very few situations are as troublesome as a long-term major disruption to your home or office space. Even if the final product is an improvement, many people regret the choice during the process. The noise can be unbearable. Furniture and storage can be a hassle. Continuing to live and work can become increasingly difficult as the project endures.