Unique Ways To Use A Storage ContainerSoutheast Container shipping container

There are so many different ways to use a storage container. Because of the cost and durability of used shipping containers, what was once a highly useful piece of transportation equipment is today being used in the most creative and fascinating ways possible.The most common types of standard storage containers come in either side opening, high cube or general-purpose and vary greatly in size, which can be anything from a mere 10 feet right up to a massive 45 feet in length. All these can be used for the following applications and more:

Container Homes People are now building trendy homes, cabins, and portable offices of all shapes and sizes from steel shipping containers. This comes as part of a wide spread interest in saving money with prefabricated and/or modular homes. They are not only lower in construction and maintenance costs, but container homes are also seen to uniquely contribute to environmental conservation. You can almost think of it as recycling, you’re putting to good use this container that would have been maybe just sitting in the elements rusting away for the rest of its’ life.

CafesYou probably didn’t notice it, but chances are, you may have had a number of breakfasts, lunches, Southeast Container shipping containerand dinners inside a shipping container. They are incredibly well constructed with state of the art lighting, heating and insulation, interior décor, color, furniture, and much more to make the most comfortable eating spaces.

Portable Toilets– This may not come as a surprise to many, but intermodal shipping containers are now being used as mobile lavatories equipped with flushable commodes and running water. They are both larger and more sturdy than other portable toilets, allowing a much better overall experience.

Retail Stores– Shipping container can be stacked together in mass to form complexes such as malls, this allows for easy moving of stores, and just a cool design in general. They may as well be called “the malls of the future”. It also costs less to buy and maintain a container than renting a store. 

Container-modified-sauna– Your days of going for a sauna session at your local gym or beauty parlor and spending an arm and a leg will run its course once you have tried a shipping container-modified sauna. Get a 10’ foot container in your backyard and you’re well on the way to having a mini-sauna!

Mobile Clinics– A climate-controlled storage containeris an all in one heater, air conditioner, humidifier, and dehumidifier. They make for an ideal mobile clinic because they can maintain indoor temperatures at a consistenthumidity level. From there, you can customize the inside how you want without worry.

Man Caves– Having an areathat is exclusively yours that you can go to be yourself has just been made easy. Just buy a decently sized one if you have a big backyard, dress it up to your liking, and you have yourself a quiet retreat where we can sitback on the sofa, watch the game, have a drink and unwind. You can easily run electricity from your home to your container.

Art Studio– Individuals with a creative streak but don’t have space in the home or an office where they can let their creative juices flow can use a shipping container to set up an art studio. With so many options you’re bound to be able to find a container the perfect size for your art.

Shipping containers are here to say, and the biggest incentive of having one is that they are quite affordable and there is no stopping what you can do with them aside from using them for storage purposes. It’s all up to your imagination. Additionally, most storage container companies offer both new and used ones, which in essence makes them recyclable thus even more environmentally friendly. That sounds pretty good to me! Storage containers have so many uses these days, put one to work for you!

For more information on using a shipping container as a garage contact Southeast Container at (615) 450-6005.