Shipping container homes have been on trend for a long time. But are they everything they are cracked up to be? And what do you need to know that they don't cover in Architectural Digest or Grand Designs?
Up until recently shipping containers have been seen as a commodity item. There has been a saturation of new and used containers, in different sizes, available for sale and hire across the country. But all of sudden, the availability has dried up and it seems stock has all but disappeared.
Are you thinking of buying a shipping container and don't know where to start? With so many shipping containers for sale, it is easy to feel overwhelmed. Our guide will help you understand everything you need to consider.
How much does a shipping container cost? It’s often the first question our customer service team receives, quickly followed by, ‘does that include shipping?’. We break down the hire and sale cost of common shipping containers.
Shipping containers come in a range of standard sizes. Their size refers to the container’s length in feet. Most containers are the same width, and there are two common heights, a general purpose or high cube variant. More about that later.
When you need additional on site storage, should you hire or buy a shipping container? Many people think that buying is best, however there is a range of reasons why hiring could be a more suitable option for you.
During times of need, SCF can quickly, safely and easily deploy a range of container solutions to support emergency response. This includes storage containers, portable buildings and dangerous goods storage solutions.