If I was gonna build a house from scratch, I'd just weld it

MikeGyver

UtahWeld.com
Location
Arem
Container homes really only make sense if you have an ultra cheap source for said containers. That means living near a port city. I can buy them for about $1k each in Long Beach, but the fuel and time to bring them home doubles and even triples the cost.
Find someone who needs to ship a bunch of crap and let them pay to transport it here?
 

1969honda

Member
Location
Cache
(2) 40' high cubes placed 40'- 50' apart, then stack a 53' high cube over each one. Leaves a 13' covered area under one for utilities and the other for a bathroom. All the containers remain tight and you have a nice high ceiling once you throw trusses up. That's always been what I've thought I'd do if containers every get down to the $1-1.5k range here in land locked Utah.
 
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