When choosing the color of the shipping container house, the choice is highly optional, and the client has the first day. Clients select the color of their container houses as they are the ones who will be living in their dream container house, and so it has to be in accordance with their likes and choices.
Shipping container houses are converted and modified with the help of the Green Box, and the company can even paint them.You can either tell the desired paint color initially while speaking with the experts regarding your preferences or can even tell later before delivery once the process of conversion and designing is over.
The robust and durable steel shipping container houses average 25 years and even above lifespan if they are maintained well. These container houses require less to minimal maintenance. The option of adding a single layer of paint to the exterior body of the shipping container house can be a great option to increase the durability of the house and make it rust-resistant.
Before going for any paint, there should be some considerations. It is a fact that the converted shipping container house stands firm. Water-based paints are an excellent option to be applied to steel. Getting back to the choice of colors for the container house, the bright colors are generally best, and often in some cases, customized shipping containers are added as an element to a different building project, so in this case, the paint should be chosen in a way to match the existing color of the project.
What Are the Cosmetic Reasons for The Shipping Containers Being Painted?
Shipping containers can rust, so to keep them fresh and make them look new, the best boot in can be to paint them off. Painting the container house can also protect the container from harsh weather and even help slow the corrosion. The extension of the life of the shipping containers also depends on the quality of the paint you use on the containers.
A significant factor before painting the shipping containers is preparing the surface of the container for painting. The paint, on the other hand, has to be corrosion and chemical-free. So keep all the factors in mind.
The Selection Process of the Paint
Selecting the paint is often a very confusing task, but it is also very fascinating for some. The color that has to be used on the shipping container house should have some features such as:
· Chemical resistance
· Color should have the matching capability
· It has to dry fast
· It should be rust-resistant
· And last but not least, it should be suitable for use in the inspected facilities of the USDA.
You do not have to worry about anything as Green Box takes care of all these she's before handing over the finished container house to the clients. You can trust their services and never regret it. Green Box has a unique place in the market and the clients due to the hard work and dedication that they have in their work.
Customer satisfaction is their primary goal, and they will do everything to get your satisfaction and positive feedback. In terms of paints, they always choose the best for their clients, and there has been no dissatisfaction with the quality of the paints from the customers so far.
One of the most frequently asked questions regarding the shipping container house paint is that are they toxic? In reply to that question, read the following.
Is Container Paints Toxic and Harmful for Health?
Before the year 2017, most of the shipping containers were painted and coated with solvent-based paint. These paints were used in the past and not anymore due to the easy application and the fast drying nature of the paint.
Solvent-based paints were very toxic and had harmful effects on the individuals living in the containers. On the other hand, waterborne container paints still have some hazards, so if you are looking for safe paint, opt for high-quality paints such as acrylic or even waterborne new acrylic paints.
Good news for all the shipping container owners. If you notice any rust and desire to paint it all by yourself back in your area, you can easily buy some spray paints and spray them on the surface of the containers.
Some of the best spray container paints worth purchasing are:
· Waterborne paints
· Alkyd enamel paints
· Acrylic paints
· Rust primer
· And last but not least, the polyurethane paint
Paint or get your shipping container house painted in any color you desire quickly with the help of the Green Box.