Shipping containers can withstand tough conditions for a very long time. It’s one of their main advantages. After all, they’re designed to sail the seas, travel on lorries and are held at seaports for many, many months. That being said, anything that is continuously exposed to the elements – particularlyRead More
We understand; the security of your shipping container is a priority.
Whatever you’re using the container for, it’s likely to contain items of significant value. And you need to be sure that, when you shut the doors and walk away, those items will be safe.
Fortunately, shipping containers are inherently secure. ConstructedRead More
Until recently, there have been just two ways to increase space in your home:
Have a clear-out
Build an extension
Whilst the first option can take a lot of time and effort, and may not offer a long-term solution, the second can be very expensive. In fact, in 2019, theRead More
Exercising at home due to COVID-19?
That’s you and most of the country.
Gyms have been shut for the best part of the year. And with lots of people being forced to self-isolate, home has become the only place to do their weekly cardio workouts. That’s why, over the last couple ofRead More
Shipping container accidents are very common. In fact, it’s estimated that around 1000 containers are lost at sea every year. Not only does this lead to significant financial losses, it can be extremely dangerous for both people and marine life – and, in most cases, it’s caused by incorrect loading.
About to build a flat pack container for the first time?
It’s a lot easier than you might think. They come with everything you need to ‘do-it-yourself’ and, with the help of a friend, they can be up-and-running in less than an hour. Online, you’ll find countless tutorial videos, which areRead More
Repurposing is a big trend at the moment. To help cut back on waste, objects that were designed for one purpose are being modified to create something completely different.
Shipping containers are no exception to this. Yes, they may have been originally designed to transport goods across the world. But, thanksRead More
For the last few years, innovators have been breaking the boundaries of food production, by growing crops and plants – not in soil – but in recycled shipping containers. It’s called hydroponic farming. And, in our opinion, it’s a fantastic idea. Here we take a closer look at hydroponics inRead More