Overblog
Edit post Follow this blog Administration + Create my blog
Shipping container home

Container production includes both converted Shipping container and prefabricated containers. Every client may have its own need and we are committed to meeting it. Standard Shipping container modification and prefabricated container designs and production in all sizes are of our expertise. Our converted shipping container and prefabricated container services include: * Engineering design/ drawings * Production * Delivery * Installation.......................................................................... http://s3da-design.com/converted-shipping-container-services/

shipping containers are available across the planet Because of their wide-spread use, new and used

Posted on November 9 2017 by hinda


This is the idea behind all container ship homes. On an average, a shipping container takes a total of a couple of months to be up and standing and ready to be moved into, right from the time of booking with the company. In some cases, you can even inform our company about what you need it to look like and those changes can be made even before the delivery is made. So you can actually see your fully fledged house being rolled down the street, on back of a gigantic truck.
The biggest benefit of a container ship home design is that you can absolutely make sure the exact thing you need. Ship container architecture is so designed that if you choose, you can make it reflect exactly who you are. And also, stand out from the lot. After all, a container ship home design is sure to get you noticed.
If you choose to reuse a container, you are actually saving the environment as in case of no better use of such containers, their steel is retrieved to be used again and that process takes a lot of energy.
Shipping containers are a flood- and fireproof, making them a great home-building material. Ranging in length from 20 to 30 feet, shipping containers are typically only used for 10 to 15 years, but they can last much longer. It is estimated that there are 24 million empty shipping containers in the world that will not be used for cargo again. But, as the saying goes, one man’s retired shipping container is another man’s crazy, high-end modular home. What? That’s not a saying? It should be. Without further ado, here are some of the reddest shipping container homes on the planet.


This house has three bedrooms, a kitchen, a large living room, and two bathrooms. The house was built using two merged crates on each floor.  we do know that the architects built it with the intention of displaying a low-cost alternative to most standard homes in the area. It is clear that design was important, considering the way the house was built as if to defy gravity.
 

Comment on this post