You’re a reputable foreman for a distinguished construction company and your job is to travel from place to place to build commercial buildings. Unfortunately, you can’t afford to put yourself up in a hotel the whole time you’re there and you’re unable or unwilling to drive back and forth. Luckily, you’re extremely resourceful and know how to solve a problem; it’s why you’re a great foreman.
So, you consider buying a container home for this and every job site from here on out. However, because you’re such a good foreman, you want to know just what you’re getting. That’s when you stumble on these benefits of a container home.
You’re not buying a 4,000 square foot home in the suburbs, so there’s a major price difference already. These homes are a result of shipping container solutions and are a fraction of the cost of a permanent home. Moreover, if you consider the long-term
Shipping container solutions are one of the best ways to save money on construction while still obtaining a quality building that will last. From a generator enclosure to modular housing, here are four things you can do with repurposed shipping containers.
- Make a generator enclosure. Storage containers make an ideal generator enclosure. They can be specially modified to provide backup power accessories like automatic transfer switches and can hold fuel tanks as well as the generator itself. A generator enclosure made of an industrial shipping container is weatherproof and can be expected to last more than 20 years with regular maintenance. It’s also a much cheaper solution than building a generator enclosure. Some