Hello Lion Containers, I was hoping you could help me. Every Christmas is a struggle with 3 nosey children. I like to be prepared and start Christmas shopping the 1st of November, and by mid-November, I’ve brought and wrapped all my children’s presents up and hide them in wardrobe, every time I look, another present has been unwrapped. The children have been ruining their surprises, and now I’m getting to the point where I don’t want to buy them any presents. This made me think of a great business idea! Christmas self-storage sites. I have no idea how I could make this idea happen, all I need is it to be Christmassy, secretive and very secure and easy to use. I hope you can help me so we can all have some lovely surprises Christmas morning. Thanks, Vanessa.
You have come to the right place. Lion containers have lots of exciting ideas regarding how we can make your idea work. We can ensure that they will be very secure to make sure no Christmas surprises are ruined!
We will start by taking a 40ft A Grade used container and fitting electric roller shutter doors, any size of present can be kept hidden inside. These electric roller shutters are very secure and will make sure only a few of you can enter the container, they are very easy to open with a touch of a button. We will paint your container bright red, making it look very festive but will conceal what’s inside. Electrics will be fitted into your container; there will be 5 x twin anti-corrosive light fittings and a switch. We will create 10 x 4ft Partitions with 2mm of steel people can then hire out a section each. Polyethylene Ramps will be provided, which are very light and easy to move around, this can help to ensure all presents big or small can get into the container easily and no one gets hurts lifting heavy presents in and out. High security padlocks will also be supplied for extra security and a master key can be provided also. Shelving will be fitted to keep all the presents organised and make sure its hassle free on Christmas Eve, we don’t want any presents getting lost or mixed up do we. And when we open again on the 2nd January, we will happily buy back your containers. I Hope you like our ideas.
Happy Christmas, Lion Containers
Post Written By Felicity Lawrence at Lion Containers Ltd