Sometimes you just need extra space for you company, or you need a location where you can perform your hobby. Maybe you need an office at home? If you do not have enough space at home, you can create an extra office. There are many ways to use a used shipping container.
Why a used container?
When you are in need of an extra office and do not have much money to spend, a used shipping container is a great option. These containers were made to lift heavy weights, so the quality must be good in order to be able to do so. If you buy one of the Eveon containers, you are guaranteed that the quality is good. All containers will be inspected and repaired if necessary. They are all watertight and ISO certified. For a 20 ft. container you pay less than $ 2000.- and for a 40 ft container the price is lower than $ 3000.-. Compared to an office, shop or tiny house, this price is much cheaper.
Much better for the environment
Do you know that the production of a single new 20 ft container emits 11.807 kilo CO2? Every year 3 to 6 million new containers are being produced. Up to 18 percent of these new containers are not used for shipping. If you use a second hand container, you can minimize the impact it has on the environment. In addition, Eveon Containers tries to minimize their emissions as much as possible. They rather use the train as a means of transport, instead of using airplanes and trucks. Check out the link if you are looking for 40ft High Cube Containers, in order to view more information.
What to do with a used container?
Secondhand shipping containers can be used for so many purposes. You can make a food truck of it, or a restaurant. You could place the container in your backyard (check the requirements of your hometown) and start a shop. Or you could use it to give creative workshops. You can use the container as an extended office. Did you know the used containers can easily be transformed into a cheap swimming pool? You can also create a tiny house in your garden, which could be used for your children or parents to keep them close. In addition, containers are wonderful storage locations. And last but not least, the used containers could be placed as extra class rooms, once the school is expanding and it is in lack of space.