At Treasure Valley On-Site Storage, we believe in making your storage container experience as simple as possible. To help address any questions you may have, we’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions. If you don’t find the information you need here, please don’t hesitate to contact us directly at (208) 739-2657.
We offer two storage container size options: 8×20 and 8×40. Please keep in mind that we can only move loaded 8×20 containers for off-site storage. 8×40 containers must be left on-site.  
Storage container rentals start at $80 for an 8×20 or $130 for an 8×40 and is due on the first of every month.  

Payments can be made via our website with a debit/credit card or ACH.

Customers can mail in payments of cash, check, or money order.

Rental payments can also be dropped off at our facility:

Treasure Valley On-Site Storage
1450 E. 6th St.
Weiser, Idaho 83672

Renting to own a container with us is a straightforward and flexible process. We provide this option for both sizes of our containers. Here’s how it works :
When you choose the rent-to-own option, we first determine the total purchase price of the container (plus tax, if applicable in Idaho). You then make monthly payments, with half of each payment covering the rental cost and the other half going toward the purchase price of the container.
For instance, let’s say the purchase price of the container is $3,000. If your monthly payment is set at $160, $80 of that would be the rental fee, and the remaining $80 would be applied to reduce the original purchase price. After the first month’s payment, you would then have a remaining balance of $2,920 to be paid off in subsequent months.  
This method allows you to gradually own the container while also having it on-site for immediate use.
Containers can be purchased outright. Pricing depends on the size and new or used condition.  
Rent is due for each month on the first of that month.  

To ensure a smooth delivery of your container to your property, here are a few key preparations :

Clear & Level Surface : Ensure the designated area for the container is clear of any obstructions. The surface should be relatively flat to safely place the container.

Supporting Base : If you don’t have a cement slab available, it's a good idea to prepare boards or railroad ties for each of the container's four corners. This helps to evenly distribute the weight and stabilize the container. We can provide small boards if necessary.

Cement Surface Caution : If you choose to place the container on a cement slab, please be aware that we are not responsible for any potential damage to the cement during the placement process.

Access for Delivery : Make sure there’s enough space for the delivery truck and trailer to maneuver into position. Ample room is crucial for accessing your site and safely placing the container.

These steps will help ensure that your container can be delivered and set up safely on your property.