Everyone loves their humble abode, however humble it may or may not be. The whole idea of a home is a place where you can be most comfortable, something which reflects a bit of your personality, a little of your taste and a lot of your character. Many people are unaware of the fact that their homes tell just as much about them as their dressing style. And imagine the kind of impression you’d be making if you just invited someone to your Container Classroom .
Advantages of a container home:
Ideal building material. These containers are well known for their durability, adaptability. light weight, low cost and ease of stacking, creating a recycling trend that we are feeding off.
They are extremely easy to build into a home.
You can make them properly insulated, they can make for a warm and cozy home in the winter, and a cooler home in the summer.
Since they are originally built for transport, they can be easily moved when they need to be.
Designed to carry heavy loads ,stacked in columns, resist harsh environments - weather and resistant to salt corrosion etc.
They can withstand practically any extreme weather, such as hurricanes, tornadoes and earthquakes. Standing alone, an ISBU can handle 100 mile per hour winds. Securely anchored, it can take winds up to 175 miles per hour. You can also rest assured that it will never collapse during an earthquake. By far, they make for the safest storm shelters.
Steel shipping containers outlive their usefulness as cargo carriers within 5 years, and they used to site abandoned at shipyards for years. What we are doing is reusing these containers promoting “Go Green" sustainable living / environmentally friendly.
Since they are originally built for transport, they can be easily moved when they need to be. This way we can build the units off-site and drop it off.
Fast to build
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