As some of you know, I have been doing a shop make over on my two car garage. In order for me to redo my floor, I had to move everything out into a storage unit. I had been looking around for many company to get estimates and the big two that I found to do further investigation on was PODS and Mobile Mini. After doing a thorough look into the companies and their product, I decided on Mobile Mini.
My video podcast, will take you into a more in depth look into the unit construction as well as installation and removal. What I didn’t do was the inside due to not enough adaquate lighting and it was full of stuff. The inside was a wood planked floor with around 7.5’ tall ceilings. It is very large and constructed very well. Mine looked like it had been around the block a few times but it still did the job I needed it to do. They even took the time to place a board, with long six inch nails, up on the side of the walls to hang cords or hoses.
The unit is made from 16 gauge, corregated steel and has a tri-cambering locking mechanism for their “premium” doors like my unit had. This creates an almost bank vault type of lock, combined with a shackle-less lock to bind the doors as one unit. All in all, I have been thoroughly impressed with the unit, especially compared to PODS. I guess you could compare them to each other in this fashion, “mini storage locker vs. a bank vault”. Where would you hide and store your precious wood working equipment???
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-- Drew -- "I cut it twice and it's still too short!"- Rock-n H Woodshop - Moore, OK