Making A House Out Of Shipping Containers – Environmentally conscious people seeking to build houses have many alternative methods of construction and materials at their disposal. Many owners find homes built from transport containers that are economical and environmentally friendly. Once you are only in Europe, you can now find container shipping homes in the United States as well. If you intend to build one, consider using a qualified technician to make plans for the interior of the house. As a note, use stainless steel containers to avoid rust and other common problems with metal containers. And also use refrigerated containers to take advantage of the insulation and the integrated generator that comes with them.
Install the wiring according to the drawings and code requirements. Have the local zoning agent inspect the wiring before installing the walls or covers in case you have to adjust anything. Install plumbing, heating and cooling pipes and points of sale. Have the local zoning agent inspect the pipe and adjust the facilities as necessary.
Construct the interior of the segments. Build rooms such as kitchens and bathrooms in modules. Build module cabinets. Install the modules in each segment of the house. Build the interior walls and roof around the modules and over the wiring and pipes. Use plywood to create walls and ceilings. Place strips of wood along the plywood seem to hold them in place. Use the metal screws to attach the batten strips to the wood and the plywood to the metal casing.