Sacramento, CA - 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 Sacramento 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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Sacramento, CA

We Serve:
Sacramento, Yuba City, Linda, Alta Sierra, Beale AFB, Lincoln, Roseville, Woodland, Vacaville, Dixon, Davis, Lodi, Galt, Elk Grove, Ione, Rancho Murieta, Cordova, Auburn, Loomis, Roseville

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Call 1-877-550-5317

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Featured Sacramento Mobile Office, Container, and Modular Space Suppliers

Performance Modular, Inc.

mobile office

9090 Union Park Way Elk Grove, CA 95624

Sacramento, CA Branch Location

Mobile Mini

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8160 Junipero Street Sacramento, CA 95828

Sacramento, CA Branch Location

Modern Building Systems, Inc.

modular office complex

1024 Iron Point Road West Sacramento, CA 95691

Sacramento, CA Branch Location

About Sacramento

Living out in California is thought to be a pipe dream for most, as it’s assuming that housing prices are out of reach for the everyday person or business. And while land is certainly expensive in the Golden State, heading to its capital is not going to leave a person with sticker shock. If fact, Sacramento not only offers a wide selection of residential homes, but these homes are also reasonably priced in the current market. Between March 2010 and May 2010, the median sales price was $149,000, up only about 15% in that time. And the average listing prices in June 2010 have actually decreased by over 5%.

What does this mean? While Sacramento is an urban area with a metropolitan population of over 2 million people, it is also a city with plenty of opportunities for growth and development. Only a central location for communication and agriculture, this city is now more focused on its educational resources – including UC Davis in the nearby area, California State University, Sacramento, and more. The UC Davis medical center is also world renowned for its research and facilities. To keep up with the expansion of these industries, builders may want to consider using on site steel storage as well as modular buildings. These structures will afford higher flexibility as well as future expansion possibilities.

Though land in California is limited, right now, there is no better time to be in Sacramento. No matter if one is looking to start a new life or a business, home values are sure to rise, along with the prices.