Dare to give a witty approach to the traditional container
These houses, being made up of fully standardized cargo containers, are cheaper than a traditional house, but they also meet the requirements of the houses and can also be mortgaged (if they are located on urban land).
To the letter
The options are many as long as the habitability, watertightness and insulation standards are met. Both inside and outside you can paint, line wood, cladding, panels, etc.
We are reusing a maritime container to adapt it to our needs, a transformation system that is already very present in countries such as Japan, the Netherlands or England and that allows us to offer anti-crisis prices, high qualities and short delivery times.
Resistance and Transport
The containers we use are perfectly standardized, the most common being 10, 20 and 40 feet.
Each container is different, but similar in its resistant characteristics that make them suitable for transport.
The floor of the containers is in solidarity with the outer frame and the steel pillars. They are originally watertight and waterproof. They can be joined together by rigid or mechanical joints, and are stackable up to 5-6 heights depending on the load and use.
Factors such as sun protection, temperature, exposure environment and energy efficiency must be considered. There are systems that allow you to have a sustainable container and save energy depending on the use: recyclable materials, low environmental impact, high energy efficiency carpentry, energy saving installations using solar panels connected to underfloor heating, etc.
Depending on the needs, they could be adapted to:
- Temporary or stable residence of one, two, three rooms or more.
- Office modules.
- Temporary businesses: kiosks, security posts, tourist office, stands, etc.
- Modules or annexes to the houses: tools houses in the garden, guest house or room modules.
- Bungalows located in camping.