Shipping containers are built for extended period of harsh environments, all while transporting heavy loads. The same goes for our container homes, which are our durable, transportable, and sustainable option for your residential, commercial, and recreational needs. Each container must pass an air test before we begin prefabrication, and receives full spray foam insulation.
We can modify, connect, and stack our container homes to any desired size, but most begin with an 8’ x 40’ building block. We deliver our container homes on road, rail, or boat.
We use a fully welded 8” structural steel channel with the foundation welded to the container shell. Our steel modular skids are economical, easy to install, and require no concrete.
If requested, we can also pour a concrete slab as a sturdy and durable foundation, or use helical screw piles which are a great option in soft soil conditions.
A normal shipping container is 8’ x 40’, but we also offer 8’ x 20’ units and 8’ x 53’ units. And if you and your family require extra space, we’re able to cut a side open and connect multiple prefabricated containers.
Stacking is also an option for fourplex or multi-story buildings and accommodation facilities.
Sea can containers are designed to travel all around the world — so delivery at an economical rate is always an option. This also includes winter roads, and the option of transporting our ready-to-move units on rail or boat.
Using shipping containers allows us to both build and deliver our homes, 12 months a year.
Through pre-fabrication and on-site building, our container homes are built and assembled during all four seasons.
Our homes can be transported to anywhere in Canada – you just have to tell us where.
Each shipping container begins with a firm steel foundation, ensuring stability and preventing mould, rot, and fire.
Upcycling and buying local products in bulk means you’re getting a high-quality product for an affordable price.
We are continuously improving our products and processes through new technologies for a net-zero energy goal.
Off-site factory construction allows for no weather delays and a controlled material supply to meet your demands.