Starting Size 880 Sq feet 2 containers   40' by 11.2'  

We can produce any combination of houses from multiple containers with dimensions: 20 and 40 feet long, 7.9 and 11.2 wide. And make any exterior and interior designs houses  based on containers  sizes.


Typical ISO (International Standards Organization) shipping containers are manufactured with identical size specification in terms of exterior height, exterior width, and exterior length. The standardization of containers and the adoption of the ISO shipping container specifications is to ensure that all equipment handlers, chassis, rail cars, and slot spaces on vessels will accommodate ALL containers. This makes our job much easier, because we can confidently give you exact exterior specifications. Interior specifications can be slightly different, less then 1” variation. These ISO containers are now available in all major metropolitan areas throughout the nation. Shipping containers as storage units have changed the storage industry, most people prefer the convenience of mobile storage vs. standard mini storage. Container Alliance has formed a network of small businesses that are familiar with your needs. This storage container dimension, weight, and capacity guide is designed to help you become informed about container uses, common questions and problems.

Typical Dimensions
Exterior Interior Door Opening
Length Width Height Length Width Height Width Height
10’ Standard Dry Container 10’ 8’ 8’6” 9’3” 7’8” 7’ 9 7/8” 7’8” 7’5”
20’ Standard Dry Container 20’ 8’ 8’6” 19’3” 7’8” 7’ 9 7/8” 7’8” 7’5”
40’ Standard Dry Container 40’ 8’ 8’6” 39’ 5” 7’8” 7’ 9 7/8” 7’8” 7’5”
40’ High Cube Dry Container 40’ 8’ 9’6” 39’ 5” 7’8” 8’ 10” 7’8” 8’ 5 1/2”
45’ High Cube Dry Container 45’ 8’ 9’6” 44’ 5” 7’8” 8’ 10” 7’8” 8’ 5 1/2”
20’ Refrigerated Container 19’ 10.5” 8’ 8’6” 17’ 11” 7’6” 7’6”* 7’‘5” 7’3”
40’ Refrigerated Container 40’ 8’ 8’6” 37’ 11” 7’6” 7’6”* 7’‘6” 7’6”
40’ High Cube Refrigerated Container 40’ 8’ 9’6” 37’ 11” 7’6” 8’4”* 7’‘6” 8’4”
Typical Weights / Capacity
Cubic Capacity Tare Weight Max Gross Max Payload
20’ Standard Dry Container 1,165 cu. ft. 5,050 67,200 62,150
40’ Standard Dry Container 2,350 cu. ft. 8,000 67,200 59,200
40’ High Cube Dry Container 2694 cu. ft. 8,775 67,200 58,425
45’ High Cube Dry Container 3043 cu. ft. 9,810 72,800 62,990
20’ Refrigerated Container 1,010 cu. ft. (967)** 6,503 52,800 46,407
40’ Refrigerated Container 2,051 cu. ft. (1959)** 9,700 67,200 57,450
40’ High Cube Refrigerated 2,380 cu. ft. (2,289)** 9,590 70,550 60,960

Delivery Time 8-16 weeks

Does your buildings meet local building codes?

Yes. Our modules meet or exceed all local building codes.

What is included in the price?

All you see on the picture including electrical wiring, installed kitchen and bathroom.

Do you offer financing?

Our buildings fall under the category of Modular construction. You can use any local financial institution and apply for a construction loan. In order to apply you will need us to help you prepare plans and coast estimation.

Do you ship across Canada and the United States?

Yes. We deliver all across North America. Our modules are shipped via flat bed truck.

Do you offer warranty?

Yes. We offer standard 1 year on parts and labour, 5 years on electrical and plumbing and 10 years on the physical structure of your Factory direct home.

Can my local contractor install the building?

Yes. Our modules are designed as much as possible to be plug and play. Therefore any general licensed contractor can install our modules.

How long does it take from start to finish to build?

The entire building process takes approximately 6 months from beginning to the end. Surprisingly, it is not the fabrication process but obtaining permits consumes much of that time period during the approval process.

What is the average cost of a build?

The cost per square foot varies due to the customization of your structure.

Are you building a container home with large windows or a small on-site construction office?

Best is to give us a call or contact us by email and to go over exactly what you are looking for, so we can give you a quote.

Does the design of your Homes look like a Shipping Container?

No, most of the homes do not look like a Shipping Containers. The ISBU is only the super-structure shell. It can be covered with different kind of surfaces like wood, stucco, vinyl siding or many others according to your taste. Some clients find the container look rather trendy and therefore like to keep the original look partially or entirely.

Are the structures of our modules secure?

Yes! Our products are safe and secure. They are both water and windproof, functional, tested for quality, WI with high quality construction materials. You will also get an all-inclusive one-year warranty with your purchase.

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Starting Size 880 Sq feet 2 containers   40' by 11.2'   We can produce...