My name is Filip and I come from Poland. I have been running a construction company for many years, but for some time now I have started building a Tiny House based on used sea containers.
I have good professionals and we try to do interesting projects at affordable prices.
We recently converted a 20ft container into a Tiny House and shipped it to Bremen, Germany. We made a rather time-consuming variant as most of the furniture was handmade and it took a long time. Railings on the terrace and other steel details.
The photos are from a photo session made just before shipment.
We sold it for 19,000 euros. This is a very attractive price. It is possible because there are cheaper workers in Poland, and the construction of this type of Tiny House is based on hard physical work, in particular cutting, grinding and welding steel.
Transportation is very cheap as we adjust to the dimensions of a regular 20ft container. From Gdańsk to Bremen in Germany, I paid 900 euros.
We do not drill holes in containers, all wooden elements of the facade and interior are fixed with welded angles made of thick sheet metal. The glazed entrance door is made of the original container door and opens at an angle of 270 degrees, creating a compact body.
This allows me to sell long distances without much cost and it is profitable for both parties.
We are almost finishing the very similar Tiny House I showed in the pictures but there is no terrace and the kitchen and other furniture are made of steel water pipes. We have made the bathroom a little smaller and there is a large wardrobe this way and the kitchen is 30% bigger. The bed is more functional because it has a bedding container. The shower is larger square 80 / 80cm.
This model is cheaper and costs 14,500 euros.
The Tiny House in the photos has a holiday feel and you can make a different layout with a side entrance.
If necessary, the container can also be placed on a low-floor or standard semi-trailer, where there will be plenty of storage space under the container. I have such a project planned.
As for insulation, there are many options to choose from, even in cold winters, heating will be economical. However, I propose to develop this topic in possible further discussions.
I also invite you to visit our production in Poland in Gdańsk. We already have a heated hall and we are working at full speed all winter.
I am building a Small House in Gdańsk, where there is a large seaport and a lot of shipyards, so I have a lot of professionals to cooperate with.
Best regards, Filip
mobile phone: +48 601 204 981