What is a container home?
Container homes are an innovative concept wherein a steel structure, ship structure is transformed into a living space. These huge containers which are as big as a single floor of a home are stacked and joined to make multiple Storeys.
In many countries, containers homes are quite popular for their sheer durability and strength. And, what is the best part? These do not have any adverse effect on the environment. Container homes are generally built using containers of two standard sizes — 20×8 ft and 40×8 ft.
Why opt for a container home?
Because it is:
- Cost Efficient
- Tough & Durable structure
- Quick Build time
- Flexible Structure
- Pest Proof
- Efficient & Eco Friendly
- No Built-up Restrictions
Are container homes safe?
Structural stability: Containers are also “virtually indestructible”. Their structural stability makes such homes earthquake and hurricane proof, which makes them extremely safe for natural disaster-prone areas.
Are container homes insulated and how it is done?
Yes, Container homes are insulated to maintain the temperature inside and to keep extremely cold or hot weather at bay.
The container walls are just a heavy gauge corrugated steel when we get them so we have to build out stud walls inside and spray – form or install rigid form to insulate them.
Do you offer installation?
Yes, we do.
Our highly trained team take care of the installation, It’s a part of the services. All we require from client’s part is Foundation, Electricity, Plumbing & Sewage connection.
Do you offer custom builds?
Because of organization’s huge infrastructure and in-house team of designers, engineers and skilled craftsmen, we are in capacity to the customize the layout as well as the interiors as per clients taste and requirements.
Do container homes need a foundation?
You always need a foundation for your Container home. This is because the ground moves a considerable amount. The ground can rise, sink or slide. This movement can be sporadic and is usually very slow.
Do container homes rust?
Container homes are made of metal, so of course they can rust. However, it’s not as cut and dry as that. A lot of it depends on the climate where a container home is located. To prevent this situation, we use preheat steel and paint it with special paint which comes with a 3 years warranty.
What is the life span of a container home?
Container homes can last equally long as a traditional brick mortar house as long as long as they are properly maintained.
What is the cost of a container home?
The cost of container home depends upon the interior & exterior requirements, the price may start from Rs.4,500 (USD 65) per sq ft.
Are container homes legal in India?
There is no regulation to set up a container home in India. However, it may vary from one state to another.
What is the minimum area required to build a container home?
The prefab container homes can be set up in the area starting from 150 sq feet.
Are your products eco-friendly?
Yes. We love our planet just like you. All of our prefab products are made up of re-cyclable material and these are 100% ecofriendly. We ensure you get all comfort and luxury without harming the nature.
Will you design prefab containers as per my choice?
Absolutely, we do a lot of bespoke design and development for both the container sizes (length & height), the decks and the interiors.
How much time does it take to install prefab container homes?
It depends on the location and type of container home you choose. Generally, it takes 3-8 weeks for the development and about 2 weeks for installation.
Which countries do you provide your prefab building solutions in?
We are India’s first modern prefab container home provider. We offer our solutions all over India and across the world.
How does Neuvasa ensure quality construction of prefab buildings?
Over two decades we have delivered highly specialized and best in class interiors and mobile living experience in compact spaces such as RVs, mobile homes, vans, buses and now taking the same to container. We ensure that you get top of the line end product.