Get A Container Home Building Education


Container Home Building…

(OH yeah!)

If you “drank the koolaid” or have at least TASTED it, you know we’re all about empowering the “little guy” to build an awesome Shipping Container Home with no debt, or as little as possible.

Well sports fans, we’re aiming to start something of a peaceful DIY Home Building REVOLUTION! It’s starts here NOW.

HIT THAT PAYPAL BUTTON OVER THERE FOR $15.95 AND WE’LL BE SENDING YOU OVER THIS INFO-PACKED BOOK AND A WHOLE MESS OF FLOOR PLANS AND DESIGN NOTES ————————————————–>>>

DO IT… You’ll be GLAD you did.

For the price of a McDonalds dinner, you can start moving toward a new life!

11 comments for “Get A Container Home Building Education

  1. Kathy in NC
    June 24, 2010 at 9:24 am

    Thank you for providing this.
    I look forward to getting my copy.
    I’m hoping to get some local contractors and green companies interested.

  2. Bhavin66
    August 26, 2010 at 2:22 pm

    Yes i bought my copy.
    Any idea if i will be able to get mortgage financing and will be able to build it in suburban areas close to NY city?

  3. containernoob
    September 1, 2010 at 4:15 pm

    Just purchased a copy today, hoping to get it quickly….
    Looking fwd to some more knowledge about the subject

  4. admin
    September 1, 2010 at 4:45 pm

    Bhavin…

    As you’ll read in the book, getting it financed and approved for local codes is a wild card.

    You’ll have to get it approved, before you can get it financed… and frankly, MOST folks prefer to NOT seek financing. The greatest “leverage of sensibility” is in building as much DIY as you can, and if possible, having NO mortgage.

    Doing it DIY without a mortgage, and building to code, will give you the possibility to get SOME kind of mortgage and possibly pull a little equity out of it…

    I wouldn’t do that, and it’s unlikely Alex would ever do that. Build your castle… own it free and clear… and become one of the fortunate weird folks in the U.S. who are NOT owned by others.

    Regards,

    Dave

  5. Bhavin66
    September 7, 2010 at 11:23 am

    Another open question I had was about the basement.
    Does one need to have permit for basement if it is partially finished, used just for storage and utilities closet to make space on the main living floor.
    And also How many people think it is good to have a basement.
    From what i have read so far many have said one needs permit to finish the basement most of the time to make it an extension of living space.And as Alex mentioned in one of the earlier post it may cost a little extra to build a basement and also make it moisture/mold free since it is in constant contact with the underground moisture.
    Just my thought, if i will need a permit to make it part of the home why bother with all the moisture/mold issues, why not go up one floor. Most of the time that area is sparsely used and in my case i was thinking some kind of Home-office, instead of going down one floor and deal with the hassle of mold/moisture just go up one floor and make it a independent area with its own cooling/heating system or a separate zone in the existing HVAC system so that it does not interfere with existing living space.

    Any comments/ideas?

    Bhavin

  6. gerald fuller
    September 10, 2010 at 2:56 am

    Are your books and information sent as electronically? I’m living and working in China right now and won’t be back in USA until March 2011 to build my shipping container office next to my machine shop.

    Regards — Gerald Fuller

  7. September 28, 2010 at 8:41 am

    Hi Gerard,

    Yes, my book “Introduction to Container Homes and Buildings” is available electronically. It’s in PDF format and it’s approximately 4mb in size. It’s and easy download.

    Due to the costs involved in publishing of late, we’ve been publishing everything electronically. It makes for high quality documents that are cost effective, and quickly fulfilled.

    Hope this helps.

    Alex

  8. double M
    November 8, 2010 at 2:50 pm

    Hi Alex,
    Just bought your book, how soon should i expect it?I am really looking forward to reading it.

    cheers
    Muthui

  9. November 8, 2010 at 7:54 pm

    Hi Muthui,

    I processed it personally. Check your email inbox for a message labeled:

    Book Order Fulfillment.

    You should see the PDF file attached to it.

    IF it isn’t in your inbox, check the Spam folder.

    IF… neither of those work for you, email me ASAP, and I’ll send you another copy! 🙂

    I hope you enjoy it!

    Thanks for your support!

    Alex Klein

  10. Steve Thornley
    April 19, 2013 at 9:26 am

    Hi Alex,
    I have just bought your book and can not wait to get home and start reading.
    I will report back when i have read it:)

    Thank you very much.

    Regards

    Steve Thornley (UK)

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