Construction Equipment and Tool Storage

Renting a self storage unit is a perfect storage solution for contractors and construction companies. Many small businesses including painters, electricians and contractors work out of their vans and trucks. They do not have an office or building to store their equipment. These companies can keep their overhead low by storing tools and equipment in a self storage unit. Another way for contractors to keep overall costs down is to by using a self storage unit for the bulk storage of construction materials, supplies and tools until these products are needed on a work site.
Having a self storage unit in a centralized place, closer to a project location, makes it much easier for the contractor to transport equipment. Using a self storage unit for construction storage, including tools and equipment, will help to protect the items from damage from rain, temperature extremes or being vandalized if kept on a construction site.

Contractor Storage

Most self storage facilities have drive-up storage units, allowing for accessible storage for contractors to easily load and unload their equipment. Convenient computerized gate access hours allow contractors, electricians and plumbers to pick-up their tools before they need to be on the job site. Deliveries of building supplies and materials can be accepted at some storage facilities, which allow the contractors to continue with their work and not have to wait around for that special tool, equipment or supplies. Larger storage units are also good for construction or contractor storage of larger tools or equipment. Security systems such as video surveillance, individual storage unit alarms and gated gate and building entry gives the contractor peace-of-mind that their equipment will be safe while in storage.

Construction Tool Storage Tips

Construction tools can be kept in good working condition while in storage by following a few tool storage tips. Small construction and contractor tools should be stored by type in plastic bins in a self storage unit. Plastic bins protect the tools from dirt, dust and other types of damage. The bins are also easy to stack and carry from the storage unit to a truck to a construction site. Make sure to label the boxes with its contents so you will be able to find a specific tool when you need it.

Crews Storage offers a variety of storage unit sizes from 5×5 to 10×30 for every type of construction or contractor storage need from storing tools to larger equipment. Stop in ask our storage professionals about how Crews Storage can help with solutions for construction equipment and tool storage.