Step by step instructions on how to build a Container Home. Let’s find out how we can build a wonderful home using shipping containers. When doing this safety is #1. Why do you ask? Because not only will you be living there…those you love will be living with you. Maybe you have a significant other, a child, a dog? The list goes on and on.
When it comes to building a home from a shipping container there are many things we must consider. You’ve probably already searched various websites for guidance. However, many of the other Online guides miss out several very important steps.
Lets think of SAFETY!
You see, safety is a huge factor when building a container home. I mean, you’re probably going to have friends and family living in your container at some point! Right? We all want to feel safe in our homes and want to know we are safe too.
And that’s why you need to follow a guide you can trust. Not some dodgy You Tube video.
Professional container builder for 14
years reveals his secrets and teaches you:
“There Are Many Benefits
To Container Homes”
First, I noticed about 5 years ago the interest in shipping container homes sky rocketed. This is because people a realizing the huge benefits to this method.
Wow!!! Sign me up. I want one! This was a really cool find. I love the idea. And these container homes can be built to look really nice too. They can be made for low cost and the best part is that with this we are “going Green”. A awesome find for our Green Products category!!! What do you think of this idea?
**Here is an interesting article I found on building shipping container homes:
California recently dedicated Potter’s Lane, an Orange County apartment building constructed from recycled shipping containers that will be used to house homeless veterans. Los Angeles Times staffer Doug Smith reports on the $6.3 million project which was was completed in less than five months and is expected to open in mid-February.
Potter’s Lane is a 16-unit complex that was built on a parcel of land owned by the Orange County homeless service and housing organization American Family Housing:
Once building officials sign off on the last details, the complex will be home to 15 formerly homeless veterans. The 16th unit will be occupied by a case manager to coordinate services for the tenants.
Eight of the tenants will receive rental subsidies and services from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.