Yes, You Can Build a Container Home in Australia: A Zoning Guide
Gateway Container Blog
by Leah
3w ago
Table of Contents Read on to discover the essential steps to navigating the approval process without getting lost in red tape. Understanding Zoning Laws Researching Local Regulations Navigating Council Approvals and Preparing Necessary Documents Step 1: Gathering Information Step 2: Navigating Council Approvals Step 3: Preparing Necessary Documents Step 4: Securing Permits Step 5: Passing Inspections Meeting Safety Standards Submitting Detailed Plans Accurate Floor Layouts Structural Integrity Proof Utility Connection Details Scheduling Inspections Managing Approval Timelines Addressing ..read more
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How Do Shipping Containers Aid in Disaster Response?
Gateway Container Blog
by Leah
3w ago
Shipping containers improve disaster response through their adaptability and quick deployment. They provide instant, durable shelters, medical facilities, and secure storage, ensuring critical supplies reach affected areas quickly. Their robust construction withstands harsh conditions, offering safety and comfort to displaced individuals. Containers can transform into mobile medical units, equipped with necessary medical gear, providing immediate healthcare services. They simplify logistics, being easily transportable and stackable, saving valuable time during emergencies. First responders an ..read more
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Renting vs. Owning: The Container Showdown You Can’t Miss!
Gateway Container Blog
by Leah
1M ago
Trying to figure out whether to rent or buy a shipping container? It all boils down to your specific needs and budget. Renting is perfect for short-term gigs or when you need to stay flexible – think lower initial costs and the ability to adapt to changing demands. On the flip side, buying is a smarter move for long-term use. It’s more economical in the long run and lets you customise the container to fit your exact needs. Plus, there’s potential resale value when you’re done. Maintenance is another key factor. When you rent, Gateway Containers takes care of upkeep, saving you time and hassle ..read more
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Power Up Your Mining Operations -Containerised Switchrooms On the Rise
Gateway Container Blog
by Leah
1M ago
Imagine a mining site where everything just works – smoothly, efficiently, and without a hitch. That’s what you get with containerised switchrooms. These nifty solutions keep your electrical infrastructure robust, adaptable, and ready for anything. With modular adaptability, rapid deployment, and compliance with all those pesky industry standards, they’re a miner’s best friend. Designed to brave extreme temperatures, dust, and moisture, they ensure your operations never miss a beat. Plus, with integrated remote monitoring systems, you can keep an eye on things from afar, cutting down on costs ..read more
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95% Approval Guide for Shipping Homes in Australia
Gateway Container Blog
by Leah Newbury
1M ago
When you're considering a shipping container home in Australia, understanding the approval process is vital. You'll need to navigate council regulations, building codes, and zoning requirements while guaranteeing environmental compliance. Planning, sustainable design, and coordination with professionals like architects and engineers are essential to streamline this process. But how do you guarantee that your project meets all these stringent requirements and still achieves a 95% approval rate? Let's explore the key strategies and expert insights that can make your dream home a reality while k ..read more
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How soon can my storage container be delivered?
Gateway Container Blog
by niche
3M ago
We can often deliver within 24 hours of ordering. Delivery time depends on product availability, the number of storage containers you need, what kind of accessories or modifications you may require and where you are. A member of the Gateway team will give you a definite delivery date and time when you place your order. Find out more about delivery options. The post How soon can my storage container be delivered? appeared first on Gateway Containers ..read more
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How do I pay if I purchase a storage container?
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by niche
3M ago
Payment due prior to delivery. Means of payment include cheque, cash, direct credit or by EFT (Visa, Mastercard, Bankcard). The post How do I pay if I purchase a storage container? appeared first on Gateway Containers ..read more
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How secure are Gateway containers?
Gateway Container Blog
by niche
3M ago
Gateway containers are built tough, for tough Australian conditions. Our containers are engineered from heavy gauge Corten steel. Most containers are fully lockable, wind, water and vermin proof. For additional security we offer modifications that will ensure your container’s contents stay safe and secure. The post How secure are Gateway containers? appeared first on Gateway Containers ..read more
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Why would I select Gateway containers?
Gateway Container Blog
by niche
3M ago
At Gateway we are committed to providing quality products, customer satisfaction and great value. We view our customers as partners and we’ll go the extra mile to meet your individual requirements, whether it’s prompt delivery, complex modifications, branding or simply making sure that your container solution makes perfect sense. Read about our 9 competitive advantages to see more! Of course we also offer the industry leading Gateway guarantee on all of our containers, accessories and modifications – for your peace of mind. The post Why would I select Gateway containers? appeared first on Ga ..read more
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What container grade should I choose ?
Gateway Container Blog
by niche
3M ago
New – Factory direct from Asia, your new container has been shipped to Australia containing cargo, in order to reduce shipping costs. These new units are often referred to as “one-way” new builds. A Grade – Previously used, but in good condition and suitable for furniture or archive storage. Average age of unit would be 10-12 years. Cargo Worthy – Previously used and typically sold in “as is” condition. These containers are fresh out of service from shipping lines, and will be in a wind and watertight / cargo worthy condition.  These containers can be certified (upon requ ..read more
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