Emergency Shelter Production Begins with our company ContainerHomes.net and China We are now being the production process of emergency shelter home production.
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Are Shipping Containers Hurricane Proof? This has been a big question for my company these past few weeks. With the current state of the Caribbean, Florida and Texas, people are seriously concerned about the re-building process in accordance to the increasing climate change and intense storms. When considering the investment of building a house, the construction and design, of a home, in
40ft Reefer Container Home $12,000 DESCRIPTION: 40ft long 9’6″ 320 sq/ft living space. Insulated walls. Finished bathroom Finished Kitchen. Electric and water connections through out the home. Price does not include Transportation or Installation. Click Here for more info on the product: We currently have the following containers: One-way new 20ft $3500 One-way new 40ft
Our 2016 Shipping Container Home is near completion. This is being built in our Costa Rica workshop and should be completed in December 2016. The home has one bedroom and a loft with wooden steps that were made into a bookshelf. Click here For more Photos and Info
How Hot Do Shipping Containers Get? And what can you do about it. Generally, all shipping containers that are made of steel get extremely hot at times. The ones we have in Costa Rica measures temperatures up to 120 degrees on the roof and on the side panels. This is at the peak of the day
Container Homes in Costa Rica The shipping container business in Costa Rica began just less than 15 years ago. Now you can locate many shipping container homes and container offices all throughout the country of Costa Rica. Most of the shipping container homes in Costa Rica are located in the backcountry, off the beaten
At Containerhomes.net we repurpose Emergency Shelter Homes from shipping containers and Reefer freight containers. These containers are transformed in to temporary housing shelters that can accommodate 15 to 25 people and are fully equipped with the following: 1. Electricity, water and septic connections. 2. Small kitchenette. 3. Bathroom and shower. 4. Bunk beds for 18
Top 10 list of pros and cons of Container House Living Container House Living What is it like to live in a shipping container home? Not a 4-6 giant container home, but a single unit. A 20ft or a 40ft container. This would be a “Tiny-House” experience. The size of your container home matters. Firsthand,
Unloading Day with Crane Costa Rica Containers
Here are some of the photos of our Emergency Shelter Home construction, using shipping containers. We are close to finishing our prototype. This 40ft home has 3″ of insulated walls, full electricity, bathroom and kitchen. This home can sleep 18-24 people.