You can use shipping Container roofs in between two 40′ overseas containers (conex box). As a result, you would get a garage, shelter, carport, and protection from the sun and rain in between your boxes.
Also, get yourself some additional foot clearance between them, which would give you at least 14 to 23 feet height measured from the center of the arc.
Create sheltered storage or work area to protect materials and machinery from the outside with these steel shipping container roof solutions from SBF INTERIORS AND OUTDOOR SOLUTIONS LIMITED.
- Instant fabrication shop.
- Onsite equipment maintenance shop.
- Employee assembly and lunch area.
- Large equipment shelter.
Pros and cons
As you could guess, there are some advantages and some disadvantages of both kinds of roofs, we’ll list them so that you can make an informed choice.
- Installation is fairly easy.
- Can cover large areas.
- Can be built without conex boxes.
- The shipping container shelter protects from UV rays and gives good lighting.
Once your job is complete, the shipping container cover can be easily disassembled and stored in the container or reinstalled at another location. The galvanized steel frame and heavy duty, flame resistant PVC cover offer years of maintenance-free protection. Our Cover products are easily assembled.