COMMON CONTAINER REPAIRS

You may already know this, but our yards in Toronto and Montreal are equipped with fully functional modification centers. This includes state of the art painting facilities, multiple container handlers and forklifts and various tools that we use in our everyday work. The tools we use grind, weld, drill and help paint all of the custom shipping containers that we build. They also help us repair some of the most common damages to containers.

BRAND NEW ACCESSORIES

We recently updated our product selection page with a few new items! If you’re wondering, no, these are not new containers that we now offer for sale, but they are very useful accessories you will want to read about!

SHIPPING CONTAINER INSULATION

One of our most specialized and also most widely applicable container mods is our shipping container insulation options. These are ideal especially for the unpredictable and sometimes rapidly changing Canadian climate. Most commonly, we recommend some form of insulation for our customers who use shipping containers to store materials sensitive to weather changes like wooden furniture and some perishable food items.

GROUND PREPARATION

When you order your container, it is important to take into consideration placement and ground preparation to ensure the container is relatively level to avoid issues that can arise over time if it is not. Let’s consider some things you need to keep in mind related to ground preparation to extend the useful life of your container.

SHIPPING CONTAINER HOUSING PART 2

Welcome to the second part of our shipping container housing conversation. In this post we will discuss some of the advantages of building a home using shipping containers. We’ll also share what specialists like SeaContainerCabin.com look for when purchasing the containers for a build.

SHIPPING CONTAINER HOUSING PART 1

Housing costs in Canada are soaring through the roof and many people are finding it difficult to balance their checkbooks against the cost of living. Because of this, many are starting to look for housing alternatives in and around the city. Queue in shipping containers.