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  1. Jeremy Thompson
    October 26, 2017 @ 11:34 pm

    Thanks for the interesting details on why shipping containers are beneficial! It’s interesting to learn that one can use shipping containers as temporary housing, that’s creative. Additionally, they do are relatively cheap in comparison to one’s safety during a disaster. I’ll try to see if we’d have an extra space in our new dream home project for a shipping container. I’ll talk this through with my wife too.

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  2. Cynthia O'Keeffe
    October 30, 2017 @ 1:58 am

    I agree that most communities and cities are not well prepared for disaster housing. What interests me is reading more about the container-home you have posted. It looks like the transition from container to house was successful and beautiful. Please share more information about the kinds of designs you have created for transforming containers into safe and secure housing.
    The Tiny Home movement is growing nationwide; more ideas (with photos and plans!!!!) about the possibilities available with the help of MiniCasa would draw more attention to what you have to offer!
    I’ll share your website on a FaceBook group about Tiny Homes. Questions about ventilation, cooling and warming spaces and framing options will follow, I’m sure.

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