These modular office units are perfectly designed for you to assemble and even disassemble by yourself, without any need of skills. Depending on the size of the unit, all you need is a couple of spare hands to help. It is quite easy, and you can see it from the assembly videos here.
The cabins come as flat pack and you will need a forklift or a crane to unload it from the truck and locate it to its final assemble position. You just need to check the weight of the parts of units in the fact sheets, so you can easily guess how many hands you need, all that easy!
We can arrange the delivery to your door as kerb-side or if you prefer to pick up yourself and have the appropriate vehicle, you are all welcome to pick up from our depot. Just call us, and we will assist you in either way.
Unfortunately we do not give assembly service for out flat pack cabins at the moment. However if you watch our assembly video and read our assembly manuals, you can see how easy it is. If you still have question, just give a call or send us an e-mail.
The flat pack container units are resistant to the rain. The maximum snow load is 80 kg/m2. And the resistance to wind load is 63 miles/hour (102 km/hour). They are good enough to survive at winter conditions.
We will try our best to realize your needs and choices. Just give a call and we will let you know if we can fit those and the time of deliveries for tailor fit units.
As a tailor fit project, wet areas can be integrated in the office or storage cabins. You can have detailed information from the team.
It is always possible to relocate the units. You can disassemble the unit back to its flat version to move. Or if you have a crane or forklift to lift the unit, it can be moved in one piece.
For each flat pack office or storage unit, a very detailed fact sheet can be viewed on its own page. However, as a general information, insulated sandwich panels with electrostatic powder coated galvanized metal sheets are used as internal and external finishing. As insulation material 40 mm thick EPS is used as the core of sandwich panels. The windows are double glazed PVC. Floors are PVC vinyl coated over fibre cement, with white skirting.
Yes! All the office and storage cabins are fitted with the electricity kit as standard. You will have the 32A fuse, circuit box, plugs, cables and LED strip lightning. But if you have doubts about your electricity load with specific needs, you may clarify with our team.
We have the 1-year manufacturer warranty on our products.
Yes, we can deliver with an on-board forklift truck and offload the unit onto the desired location. Please contact us before ordering for delivery options.
Our standard delivery time is around 5 - 10 working days from receipt of order. The delivery time depends on your location, and our team will be in contact with you to arrange the time.
Yes, all the flat pack office and storage cabins arrive with their base, unlike many cheaper products. The bases are produced from fiber cement and coated with PVC vinyl and have white skirting for an aesthetic view.
Yes, the units come with all the nuts, bolts and other components required for assembly and the lock for the door.
You should pay attention to these basic facts to choose the place you will locate your cabin.
1. Avoid swampy areas
2. Avoid steep grades if possible
Flat pack cabins do not require any special foundations. However, it is always good to level the ground. We recommend you to level and prepare the site before the day of delivery. You can level the ground as much as possible, in order to avoid the possible balance problems of doors and windows. The container units can be located on a rigid ground (like concrete, asphalt, etc) or they can be easily located and assembled on any ground (including the soil) by using supporting blocks for leveling the units.
These options will help to prolong the life of your cabins. It is always advised to use the supporting blocks if the ground is not concrete. You should locate blocks on the corners for any sized cabin. In addition to the corners; for the 4m cabin locate another block to middle of each of the long sides, for the 6m cabin put a block under each of the load bearing posts. Supporting blocks should be solid and durable, preferably concrete block, briquet or hard wooden block.
Detailed diagrams can be found here.