Contact Us

Our current product mix includes regular unmodified containers for sale or rent, standard 8'X20' offices, and a few variations of heated storage containers. If any of these meet your needs, please contact us at 1-800-373-1187 or fill out a quote request at our sister BigSteelBox site.  If that's not what you're looking for, please fill out the "Tell Us What You Think" form on the right to give us feedback on how we might expand our product offering.

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#1000 - 1631 Dickson Avenue
Kelowna, BC  Canada, V1Y 0B5
Toll-Free: 1-800-373-1187

We have access to a vast network of BigSteelBox stores across Canada

We are able to service clients throughout North America. With more BigSteelBox locations across Canada than any other mobile storage company, we can arrange the delivery of your product quickly and efficiently.

Learn more about our Residential Moving & Storage and Construction & Commercial Storage services, as well as our BigSteelBox locations in BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario.


Tell Us What You Think!

If you're not looking for an office or heated storage, we'd like to know how we could serve you better in the future.

Fill out the form below to tell us the type of product you'd like to see in the future!

Residential Moving & Storage

Bigsteelbox-moving_170X100.jpgBigSteelBox makes residential moving and storage simple.

We deliver a BigSteelBox to your home, you pack it at your own pace, then we pick it up and move it to your new home. If you need storage, keep the Box at your place or we'll store it at one of our secure locations.

Benefits of Building with Steel

BigSteeBox-20ft-office-Ex_170X100.jpgFor mobile structures on remote worksites, building with steel makes sense when compared to wood-frame construction.

BigSteelBoxes are built for ocean shipping and withstanding the elements, so they're much more solid, durable and stackable than trailers.

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