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  • Writer's pictureMatt Solis


Shipping containers – were originally designed to store and transport materials and products on ships, rails, or trucks. Today, their features and characteristics make them ideal for uses beyond just shipping – as portable storage units, industrial equipment enclosures, workspaces, living spaces, and more.

Because these structures are remarkably sturdy, cost-effective, and easy to install (often not requiring a foundation); they eliminate the need to build from scratch and thereby reduce cost and waste. They also protect against the elements and can be easily modified to suit specific needs. Made of strong corten steel, they’re even stackable, which means you could use them to create multi-level structures.

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