Used portable cabins were initially designed to serve temporary needs in the construction and oil industries. Nowadays, they can be found in various settings, from hot dog stands and ice cream trucks to large-scale disaster relief efforts.
When people think of modular buildings, they first think that these will be used as temporary classrooms in schools, colleges and universities. However, there are a lot of other important uses that are different from what you would expect. These include temporary hospitals or offices needing to be moved to different locations. In addition, now that people recognise the uses of modular buildings, it is likely they will diversify more.
Why rent an entire building when you only need the space for a few months? A portable office is usually cheaper and easier to move around than an old fashioned brick-and-mortar. One of the most popular fields where one can find portable cabins is business. Portable cabins are becoming more popular in the business world. The benefits of these cabins include being easy to transport, safe, and cost-effective.
Marketing teams can create a welcoming space for customers using modular buildings. This may be on a holiday home park or at your outdoor pursuits centre. Portable workspaces have become a popular and cost-effective solution. They allow you to save time and money while freeing up space in your business premises.
Modular buildings can also be stacked to give you extra space on the same footprint. We can also fit them with heating or plumbing. Modular buildings are a boon to the construction industry. They can be assembled quickly and cheaply and provide the same quality of living space as a traditional building. They are also sustainable when built with renewable materials. They can be increased in height by stacking on top of each other.
More unusual are when modular buildings are used as clubhouses and changing rooms. Easily fitted with plumbing, hot water and showers, toilets and sinks, modular spaces can easily be partitioned to create small areas within the module.
Decorating the exterior walls transforms the cabin’s appearance, making it an attractive catering option. While pop up cafes and shops have been around for a while, they have seen increased popularity lately. The idea is that these shops are temporary, meaning they can be moved when needed or when the space becomes available. These cafes and shops also typically sell food and drinks that can be enjoyed on-site or taken home.
Our team of experts are trained and experienced in all aspects of modular and portable construction. We have the expertise to provide you with a design, installation or removal service tailored to your individual needs. Get in touch to learn how we can help you.