Shipping Containers Homes. Tuesday , April 24th , 2018 - 11:11:23 AM
Before starting to renovate or make a home out of those shipping containers one needs to determine the containers suitable in constructing one. There are a lot of ways to know which one is suit to build a living space. First knowing the floor plan of your house will help. If you know that you would go for a contemporary design or choose a cabin-type rustic house then it will be easier for you to know which container to buy. The size on the other hand will be determined by how many people will occupy it and the containers needed will be dependent on how big you wish for the overall structure to be.
You can currently pick up a used container for around $1500USD. That`s a base price of $1500USD for 305sq feet of floorspace. Not bad when you compare it to the price of more traditional forms of construction. So to conclude this point used container homes are much more economical to build than more conventional building methods. Eco-Friendly (Green Living) So how green can shipping container living be? The answer: They can be as green as you want them to be. If you want to go down the truly green route then think of your home more as an `eco-pod`. You could produce your own energy by putting a few solar panels on the roof. You can use hydro if you`re close to a river or fast-flowing stream.
The Espace Mobile This incredibly affordable modular container home is designed for customization Something the designer wanted so that the owner would have some choices if need be. The container homes are made to store and retain heat conserving energy and can be modified to include a balcony and interior configurations. The Container City The Urban Space Container City system makes the most use of space utilizing the original design of shipping containers - the stacking process. These container units can be used for homes apartments office and work spaces and simply bolted together easily. The Container City designs are already being used all around the world by youth centers and for classrooms art studios and retail spaces.