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Consider for a moment that you’ve recently ordered a shipping container structure – or maybe you’re about to begin your ordering process. You’re probably wondering what your company should do to prepare the structure’s future site. It’s important to make sure your site is ready for placement and that you’ve hired the necessary professionals – such as plumbers and electricians – to help set up your new container. Preparedness helps you save valuable time and allows you to use your structure sooner.
To get you started, we’re answering frequently asked questions about shipping container site set-up, prior to delivery, to ensure your process run smoothly. Let’s get started.
Where and how to place your container will depend on the type of soil, how often the container will be relocated, and the size of the container structure.
Keep in mind that connecting to power can be dangerous. Only licensed electricians should connect a container to power.
For health and safety reasons, we recommend hiring a licensed plumber to connect all water and sewer lines.
In no way do these answers cover every aspect of shipping container placement, but this information provides a good place to start. If you choose to modify your shipping container with Falcon, we will provide you with detailed documentation describing what you should know prior to setting up your container. If you have questions, or if you’d like to learn more about ordering a modified shipping container, give us a call at 877-704-0177 or email us at Sales@FalconStructures.com. We will be happy to talk more about your company’s needs.
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