1,600 Sq Ft Shipping Container Home from Canada

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We continue to discover for you. Our container house on today’s tour is from Canada.

The possibility that shipping containers can be utilized as the principle building material for house developers is as yet picking up in prevalence.

Shipping container structures are utilized for a wide assortment of purposes, spreading over the range between modular homes, prefab truck to a site and crane down on certain backings homes, little homes, transitory safe houses, crisis residences, and afterward as far as possible up into bigger structures, similar to high rises and chateaus, which each take various shipping containers set up to make.

From the wide and continued use of shipping containers, what I gather is that people are finding benefits in them, and it doesn’t seem to be just a fad.

The main benefits I see are the cost when people buy these as used shipping containers and the durability and strength.

This is one of the shipping container houses they chronicled. It’s a 1,600 square foot one built in Manitoba, Canada. It’s a two-story, and they used six shipping containers (recycled ones of the 1A HC type). It was built by Mario Costantini.

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