The Lot-Ek Modular Home
Cargo container homes have become one of the most visible forms of zero waste and repurposing of unwanted materials into something that people really need.
And while there are some enterprising people that will take a set of shipping container home floor plans and make their own, there are also companies that specialize in taking the dimensions of a shipping container and turning them into modular shipping container homes.
One of those companies that puts out an interesting product is a firm called Lot-Ek (which stands for Low Tech), whose modular shipping container homes are much more unique than any trailer you’ve ever seen.
For those that want to check the container house plans all you need to do is examine the product put out by Lot-Ek. A full size cargo container is actually a little bit bigger than your average trailer or modular home, and the modifications made by Lot-Ek increase the amount of comfort that residents will experience.
While the modular homes may look box-like and closed in from the oustide, clever changes allow a great deal of daylight to come into the structure so that residents can use the natural light as long as possible in the true spirit of ecological friendliness.
Similar to a stylish RV, the Lot-Ek dwellings made in New York provide residents with the best of all worlds. Green-minded people have the security of knowing that they’re using a repurposed home that’s been put together with a variety of other recycled items, and those that want to save money can rest assured knowing that they’ve purchased a quality item that will last for a long time.
These shipping container modular homes are colorful, durable, environmentally friendly and technologically sound, providing you with a good place to live for a reasonable price that will stay insulated and air tight with the resistance of steel.
The only possible problem will be running out of shipping containers, which are quite the blight in any port community, if these and similar products become popular enough to warrant that sort of demand.
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