Houston, TX - Mobile Offices, Storage Containers, Modular Buildings

360 Mobile Office is a nationwide leader in temporary/modular space and storage. Our service provides fast delivery to Houston and it's surrounding area via our qualified supply partners.

Mobile Office Trailers

Mobile Office

8’ x 20’: 400 sq.ft.

10’ x 30’: 2160sq.ft.

24’ x 60’: 8400 sq.ft.

+ Other Sizes

Typical Lease Price: $180-$350

Uses: Construction Office, Sales/Retail Office Space, Disaster Recovery

For Sale, Rent or Lease

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Storage Containers

storage container

20ft Standard

30ft Standard

40ft Standard

+ Other Sizes

Typical Lease Price: $75-$150

Uses: Construction Equipment & Material Storage, Excess Inventory

For Sale, Rent or Lease

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Modular Buildings

modular building

10’ x 40’: 400 sq.ft.

36’ x 60’: 2160 sq.ft.

140’ x 60’: 8400 sq.ft.

+ Other Sizes

Typical Lease Price: $850-$3000

Uses: Classrooms, Offices, Medical Buildings, Retail Space

For Sale, Rent or Lease

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Houston, TX

We Serve:
Houston, Pasadena, Bellaire, Galena Park, Sugar Land, Missouri City, Pearland, Aldine, Jersey Village, Friendswood, League City, Dickenson, Texas City, La Marque, Galveston

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Call 1-877-550-5317

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Featured Houston Mobile Office, Container, and Modular Space Suppliers

Acton Mobile

mobile office

14207 West Hardy Road Houston, TX 77060

Houston, TX Branch Location

Mobile Mini, Inc.

front view of storage container

7020 Old Katy Road Longview, TX 77024

Houston, TX Branch Location

M Space Holdings

modular office complex

1560 W Bay Area Blvd. #150 Friendswood, TX 77546

Houston, TX Branch Location

About Houston

While the median home sale prices have dropped by 4.3% in Houston, Texas, the average listing prices for homes have gone up in between March of 2009 and June of 2010. It seems the recession is fading away from Houston and buyers are more confident than ever. The more that people begin to realize that housing prices are going to go up, the more people will be looking to purchase everything from mobile offices to modular buildings. People want to be in the Texas area, where the economy has been strong – or at least striving to be stronger than the rest of the area.

This fourth largest city in the United States is not one to sit back and simply wait out the bad economy. With around 2.2 million residents, it seems that Houston is a city where people are flocking to, not moving away from. Builders in the area can expect to see more housing developments and projects as 2010 continues, especially rebuilding from Hurricane Rita continues on. As of 2006, Houston was ranked as being one of the “Best Places for Business and Careers” according to Forbes magazine – and this continues to be the case.

Though space concerns are certainly a problem weighing on the minds of local builders, this does not mean that builders should take their business elsewhere. Innovative and financially strong, Houston, Texas is a place to rediscover and a place where building can begin at any time. Construction continues to change the skyline in uptown and in downtown Houston.