Woman sitting at a table in a container home kitchen-dining room
Exterior view of window with shutter of a green container home
Double bed in container building bedroom
Woman with coffee mug reading a magazine in container home kitchen/diner area
Two women watching television in container home lounge
Container home shower room and toilet
Table and chairs in container home kitchen/diner area
Front of container building with windows and door
Woman in kitchen area of container housing unit
Double bed in container building bedroom
Interior view of container housing unit kitchen area unfurnished
View of kitchen area from lounge area of a container home
Interior of container housing unit showing kitchen and lounge/dinning area
Bristol Launchpad container apartments exterior
Container apartments interior
Container apartments interior
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Personalising your home

STACKING

If you have a sizable family and want more room in your container home, or are a developer looking to maximise the number of people that can be housed on brownfield land, you can consider stacking homes on top of one another.

MAC container homes can be stacked three storeys high and/or linked together to create more living space. Our roofs are designed to withstand dead loads of 100 Kn, ample to support another container – and another – on top. You can also connect containers together side by side.

Every container has corner castings to enable them to be securely locked together as a community of self-contained ‘flats’, with stairways on the outside.

We are able to quote for such adaptations, on request, to include doorways and stairways to link them together.

STACKING/LINKING DESIGN OPTIONS

With additional reinforcements these units can be stacked up to five high.