Building a container pool.
Building a shipping container pool.
The first step to building a shipping pool container is to get.
Get swimming pool construction permit approval.
Get a professional to help you in design work planning.
Another design for a shipping container swimming pool is one that is recessed into the ground or an inground pool.
Size of the pool.
Work out the depth that you require and cut accordingly.
Determine the height of your modified shipping container swimming pool.
Shipping container pool options which pool option suits you best step 1.
Before starting any construction project you need to take permission from your local.
While the shipping container pool is mostly in ground it isn t totally underground and instead of a wonderfully insulative surrounding of earth and 18 inches of.
If you choose this option you ll need to rust proof the panels and also be sure to use a certified welder or at least someone with considerable experience because you need the welds to not only be strong but also water tight.
You will be required to decide the size of the pool.
First get planning permission from your local council and investigate any regulations regarding depth fencing and.
6 steps to building a modified shipping container swimming pool.
One idea would be to weld steel sheeting into the container.
You ll probably want someone with a structural engineering background on hand to help out with planning as.
You can effectively hide the shipping container in this way and instead of celebrating that it is from a shipping container perhaps pretend to be a bit posher and that it is just a normal swimming pool.
To this cost you will need to add authority approval base structure delivery installation.
Hindsight being 20 20 we should have skipped the heater.
The costs are comparable to an inground fibreglass pool.
You ll need to have a lip around the edge that covers the sharp edges as well as reinforcing the structure of the container.
You can choose between a 20 foot and a 40 foot.
As container modifications come into the portable storage and modular building markets it was only a matter of time before someone decided to convert a shipping container into a pool.
The costs of a shipping container pool in comparison to a regular pool generally the costs are around 20 000 for a 20ft 6 metres and around 40 000 for a 40ft 12 metres container pool.
Basically a hole has been dug for the pool and it has been dropped into the hole.
Next make the container watertight.
Once you are sure of the rules.