We can custom modify your container to fit your needs. This is a great way of personalizing your storage container to use as a home, business or just a great storage space. We are glad to perform these modifications at our shop or arrange for mobile mechanic to install on your site. A list of commonly ordered modifications are listed below: -Security lockbox installation (steel box and hasp welded onto doors to cover padlock) -Interior or exterior paint (direct to metal or upgraded marine grade epoxy coatings and insulating paint available) -Additional doors (roll up, sliding barn type or steel entrance doors, we can provide ada standard entrances and hardware as well) -Windows (we can install all sizes and configurations and install security bars as well at an additional price) -Ventilation packages (keep your good well ventilated to stop moisture build up or musty smells) -Heating or cooling packages installed -Insulation packages installed (traditional batting style insulation or sprayed in foam insulation available) -Electrical packages (we can install any type of configuration needed utilizing our insured and licensed electrical contractors) -Serving flip up doors or flip down counters (we can set up any size serving area you may require / most commonly used for retail food concession) -Partitions (wood or steel partitions for keeping items separated) -Skylight installation (standard and custom size skylights available) -Custom flooring or existing flooring refinishing (great for office or living quarters) + MORE!!!!
Whatever you can think of, we can build for you. Take a look at some of the equipment that we have customized for our customers in the past to get great ideas for your project.
AETHERsf founders speak about creating their unique retail space in San Francisco. Shipping containers constructed into a cool sleek modern retail store. AETHERsf is the first stand-alone retail store belonging to the company. It was constructed from three 8′ x 9.6′ x 40′ shipping containers and customized to feature a custom glass-encased cantilevered lounge, reclaimed oak floors, and a “dry cleaner” style conveyor belt.
Containertopia: cargo container tiny home town on Oakland lot Luke Iseman and Heather Stewart were tired of paying San Francisco rents and had always dreaming of living in a shipping container so for less than one month’s rent they bought a used shipping container ($2,300 from the Port of Oakland) and began to convert it into a home.
Earth-cooled, shipping container underground CA home for 30K After a few years of camping on their 10 acre plot in Northern California, Steve Rees and his wife bought two shipping containers, hired an excavator and got to work. As a kid Steve Rees played in caves and learned how the earth could cool. As an adult, he buried two shipping containers and created an off-grid retirement home for himself and his wife Shirley. Doing most of the work themselves, their finished home cost them $30,000 (solar included). Steve Rees book: “Off Grid and Underground”