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Free Book – Showcasing the 30 Most Influential Container Homes ever Built! Thanks for your interest in Shipping Container Homes. You can review our 120 page full color digital book showcasing the 30 Most Influential Container Homes ever Built here. Having Trouble with the Digital Book ? If you are having trouble viewing the digital book format we use you can download Free Shipping Container Technical Drawing Package Free fully dimensioned Technical Drawings of the Type 1A GP and HC Series Containers. Our Shipping Container CAD Drawings show the major dimensions on all profiles and elevations including Top, Bottom, Sidewalls  and both ends of the Shipping Container in metric measurements. We also show a dimensioned wall corrugation profile Shipping Container Home Roofs One of the perceived advantages of using a shipping container as a building element is that the raw ISBU modules already come with a floor, four walls and a roof. However whilst the roof of an unmodified container is perfectly designed to completely enclose its cargo in its original role Shipping Container Kitchens In today’s video we are going to be discussing the design and planning of the kitchen area for your shipping container home project. Designing a great kitchen involves integrating functional work-flow requirements together with a space which is both pleasant to work in and visually pleasing. In the early 1920s


Floor Plans & Pricing We know there are many uses for container housing, so we offer a variety of floorplans and options. Do keep in mind that although we have specific floorplans, every container cabin we build is custom. We start with one of the floorplans below and allow you to select the colors, stains, window placement, and many more options. While our container cabins are ‘custom’, this does not mean expensive. If you compare our prices to those of other Tiny Home Builders, you will notice a significant difference in pricing (Click on any plan below for pricing). Our goals are both quality and affordability, because we want to get you into your custom cabin as economically as possible.  Click here to see our Testimonial Videos Tiny Homes/Getaways These plans are perfect for those wanting to embrace Tiny Living on a full-time basis. Layouts are provided to accommodate singles, couples, or families. Also plans for those looking to just get away. Whether for a weekend at the lake, a hunting or fishing trip with friends, or just to put ‘out back’ by the pond. Click here to see a video walk through of one of our container homes. Click on any plan below for pricing. Family Matters (40 foot) The Empty Nester (40 foot) The Professional (20 foot) The Bachelor (ette) (20 foot) The Weekender (20 foot) The Lofty Lodge (20 foot) The Outback (40 foot) The Sleeper (40 foot) The Bunkhouse (20 foot) The Bunkhouse w/Bath (20 foot) Front Porch Living (40 foot) Just for Fun/Extra Living Need more room, but don’t want to add on? Not interested in Tiny Living? OK on storage? No need for a getaway? We bet you’ll find something here you like! Click on any plan below for pricing. The Backyard Bedroom (20 foot) The Office (20 foot) The Man Cave/She Shed (20 foot)  Double Units Have a larger family or too much stuff for a single unit then the double unit is just what you need!!  Have a look. Click on any plan below for pricing. Double Duo (16×40) Happy Twogether (20 foot) Dorm Room Tired of high dorm fees? Want to have something to show for 4 years worth of payments? You’ll own these cabins by graduation and then take with you . . . or rent back out! Click on any plan below for pricing. The Dorm Room (20 foot) Roommates (20 foot) Hunting/Fishing Click on any plan below for pricing. The Country Cabin (20 foot) The Hunter’s Getaway (20 foot) The Outdoorsman (20 foot) The Outback (40 foot)


Welcome to ContainerHomePlans.org! So, you love shipping container homes and want to know where to get started, well it’s a good job you’ve found us and it’s great to have you! There is only one thing between you and your dream shipping container home, and that’s the know how! That’s why we are here. The team behind Container Home Plans have been digging around and writing the very best information to help you get started. From, shipping container home plans, designs, examples of incredible cargo houses, costs and how-to guides you will find it all here so you can make your dream container home a reality. Take a look around and enjoy yourself.


The team behind Container Home Plans have been digging around and writing the very best information to help you get started. From, shipping container home plans, designs, examples of incredible cargo houses, costs and how-to guides you will find it all here so you can make your dream container home a reality.


Shipping container house plans are relatively simple to build. They go up in almost no time at all and are built to last – forever. They are, in fact, storage containers designed to hold up to 57,000 pounds. There is a good amount of preparation, construction and tune-up projects necessary for turning a shipping container into a home. This includes setting a foundation, cutting frames for doors and windows, insulating, installing utilities and adding a roof and flooring.


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For a shipping container home plan, it is a good idea to either remove and replace the floor or cover the existing floor with an industrial epoxy or polyurethane paint. For a 20 foot container, it will take about 5 sheets of plywood and double that for a 40-footer. Otherwise, an epoxy or polyurethane coating completely seals the chemicals and off-gassing into the floor, rendering the container a safe place to live.


Don’t buy a used container if it’s been recently painted. It could be hiding damage, such as corrosion. Usually, rust, scrapes and small dings don’t affect the overall quality and function. Corrosion does, however. Even with a discount, it isn’t worth buying a corroded container because it’s too expensive to repair. Corrosion could also mean that the container isn’t even real steel.


Tiny Homes/Getaways These plans are perfect for those wanting to embrace Tiny Living on a full-time basis. Layouts are provided to accommodate singles, couples, or families. Also plans for those looking to just get away. Whether for a weekend at the lake, a hunting or fishing trip with friends, or just to put ‘out back’ by the pond. Click here to see a video walk through of one of our container homes. Click on any plan below for pricing. Family Matters (40 foot) The Empty Nester (40 foot) The Professional (20 foot) The Bachelor (ette) (20 foot) The Weekender (20 foot) The Lofty Lodge (20 foot) The Outback (40 foot) The Sleeper (40 foot) The Bunkhouse (20 foot) The Bunkhouse w/Bath (20 foot) Front Porch Living (40 foot) Just for Fun/Extra Living Need more room, but don’t want to add on? Not interested in Tiny Living? OK on storage? No need for a getaway? We bet you’ll find something here you like! Click on any plan below for pricing. The Backyard Bedroom (20 foot) The Office (20 foot) The Man Cave/She Shed (20 foot)  Double Units Have a larger family or too much stuff for a single unit then the double unit is just what you need!!  Have a look. Click on any plan below for pricing. Double Duo (16×40) Happy Twogether (20 foot)


There are essentially three types of foundations: a traditional concrete block, a crawl space and a basement. Factors that influence this decision are the overall shipping container home plans and design, water tables, soil type, climate, presence of radon, type of bedrock and the entire shipping container cost.


Here’s a single container house with solar panels. If you do some smart planning, you can probably keep the costs under $50,000. You might think that buying a shipping container for a couple thousands dollars is all you have to do in order to obtain this house, but it’s a bit more complicated than this. The building is meant to accommodate a family of four and to supply it own energy. The deck allows you to eat breakfast outside if you buy some patio furniture.


This container house is a big one built with 40-footers. If you were to build a regular house that’s the same size, you’d do it in twice the time. This home is located in Costa Rica and is adjusted to withhold tropical weather. For example, you can apply a special type of paint that protects the container against frequent rain showers.


One advantage of a shipping container is that it already comes equipped with super-strength and weather-tight roof and walls. However, the tank was initially designed for storage, and the roof is not the best fixed structure when two or more containers are joined. This is because the water run-off design of a single container is negated by that extra join. Water begins to build up on the roof and serious corrosion can occur.