Did you know it is possible to buy used shipping containers? It will save your company a lot of costs and you will spare the environment by doing so. Why would you not think of buying a used container?
Start your own restaurant
Have you always dreamed of starting your own restaurant? Do you not know how to get started, since you do not have a lot of budget to buy or rent a building? Luckily there is a cheaper solution. You can buy a used shipping container. For less that $ 2,000.- for a 20 ft container or less than $ 3,000.- for a 40 ft container, you are ready to go. Save up the money and find a yourself a nice location. Figure out the local regulations and obtain all permits that you need. It will take some time and effort, but it will save you so much money.
Sell your products from your own backyard.
In some states you are allowed to place a used container in your backyard. If that is the case in your hometown, you are lucky. You could convert the shipping container into your own store. How cool would it be to be able to work from home? Especially for parents with young children, it would be a great idea to have a business in your own backyard. You could keep an eye on them while creating and selling your own items. No more day-care drama. You can work hours that suit you. Your life will be so much more relaxed and you can spend more time with your kids.
Studio for an artist
When you are an artist, you might not want to use paint and glitters in your home all the time. It might be a nice idea to have your own studio outside your house. If that is the case, a shipping container is the key. You can convert the container in a way that you could do workshops as well. It will be a great space to shut yourself off from the outside world, in order to be able to focus better. You can turn on music that your housemates do not appreciate. Are you convinced yet? Take a look at shipping container for sale and choose the right container for you. Just think of all the things you can create in your own new studio. How cool is that?