Maxwell Portable Storage Inc

2445 Clinton RdFayettevilleNC 28312, USA


(910) 483-8280


  • Can my container be loaded at one site and then moved to another?

No, we are not able to move loaded containers. We do have storage trailers that can be loaded and then moved

  • Can my empty container be moved? What if I own it?

We will move rental containers for a flat fee. Privately owned container must be empty, unlocked and accessible per our delivery site info page. The fee for us moving it is $100.00 per hour with a 2-hour minimum.


  • Do you offer a rent to own program?


  • Do you accept credit cards?

Yes, we accept all major credit cards. There is a 3% surcharge on container purchases but there is no surcharge on rentals.

  • Do you cover any damages to my belongings?       

No, Maxwell Portable Storage does not offer insurance nor are we responsible for any damages. 

  • What about condensation?

          All containers are wind and water tight. Sometimes it may appear a container is leaking when, in fact, it is                 condensation. Condensation happens one of two ways: Either the air is cooled to its dew point or it becomes so saturated with water vapor that it cannot hold any more water. Lack of ventilation and humidity control is what makes containers condensate. Typically, the container is not humid unless moisture is introduced into the container and then the door is locked. If you are in and out of it a lot on a humid or rainy day and you shut the doors you have essentially locked that moisture in the container and created a mini weather system. Usually condensation is not an issue in the warmer months. It's worse when there is a large swing in temperature. 

  • What can I do about condensation?

​Be aware of what you are storing in your container. Mattresses, fabric furniture, clothes, etc can all bring a lot of moisture into the container. If you are in and out of it a lot on a humid or rainy day try to remember to crack the doors on the next warm day to let out some of the moisture. Another option is to buy a desiccant such as damp rid and set it in the container.

  • Is there anything that I shouldn't store in my container?

We do not allow any hazardous material to be stored in our rental containers. As mentioned above mattresses, fabric, clothes, etc can introduce a lot of moisture in to the container but they are fine to store in the container. Some items that we do advise to store in a container:​

​Leather of any kind

Arts or crafts held together with hot glue (sometimes the container gets so hot that the glue releases


We strive to provide the best rental containers possible but PLEASE remember that a container is a non-climate controlled metal building. Any thing that has a great significance to you, whether it be sentimental or monetary, should not be stored in a container if heat or humidity will bother it.