Build a Perfect Tiny Home out of Shipping Containers

Having a tiny environment-friendly home is a perfect weekend getaway these days. Enormous people are looking forward to investigating innovative and eco-friendly ways to live, work and relax. Shipping container houses have become quite popular in the US, due to their ease of transport and mobility. Considering all these factors the idea of owning a shipping container home number is still rising. And has increased its market value making a great investment for the future. A shipping container home is a fantastic way to create an amazing space for living.

Pelican Containers repurpose the used shipping containers into a luxury container house. With incredible additions to all small details thanks to the versatility and long-lasting value we have made a house of dreams come true.

Build a Perfect Tiny Home out of Shipping Containers

Take a Dive Deep into Shipping Container Homes

The same huge shipping containers you see on the boats and on the back of lorries. Shipping container homes are nothing but a used container revamped into a customized living space. Not necessarily homes but they can be repurposed into offices, gyms, gardens, buildings, swimming pools, treehouses, etc. Don’t you think it’s great to obtain a shipping container tiny home from used containers? They become a life-long valuable asset, ready to be used for any purpose.

House made of containers have been popular in recent years. It is hardly surprising that someone tried to recycle them. Modern shipping container homes have a whole host of benefits that make them a part of growing the popular trend of the Tiny Home Movement

Homes made from Shipping Containers have their own Pros and Cons

Pros of Shipping Container Homes

  • Prefab Container House:

    Prefabricated modular homes make construction time shorter. The building code inspections are done at the factory making deliveries simpler and quicker. If you are planning to build a custom home or a do-it-yourself project, the container gives you a fun pre-built structure to work with.

  • Ease of Transportation and Finding a Site:

    You can move your tiny home container to any part of the world. Once they arrive at your site, they are relatively easy to set in place on a prepared foundation.

  • Cost to Build Shipping Container Home:

    Most of the work is done on a factory floor for a fixed price. Shipping container home prices vary depending on a variety of factors such as delivery to the site, site preparation, foundation, etc.

Cons of Shipping Container Homes

  • Most factory-built shipping container homes are not always effective in recycling. Container homes that are built from one time used shipping containers that have only had a single trip, tend to be good in shape, without dents or rust. They make a nice building instead of the containers that have gone out of service or damaged from years of use.
  • Although shipping containers are strong but could have structural issues. Few containers are very strong at the corners but their roof is not that strong. If there is snow, you need to build another roof over it. The corrugated steel walls are crucial to the strength of the structure. This means if you cut out a large window or door opening, it needs new reinforcement.

Do houses made from shipping containers last long?

Due to the compact size and versatility of the shipping containers, the strength on the top of your shipping container home is full of the breeze as compared to the stress, strain, and expense of maintaining a regular house. They are built to withstand even the harshest weather out at the ocean. When used as shipping container homes they provide you with long-lasting protection against the elements.

We provide a long-lasting span of over 50 years with foam that keeps the container warm in the winter and cool in the summer. This means you can enjoy your beautiful tiny shipping container home in comfort all year round. This helps make them much more practical than other garden buildings like summer houses which are too hot in summer and too cold in winter.

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