Shipping Container Roof
Which Shipping Container Roof Kit is right for me?
We have a wide variety of shipping container roof kits in sizes ranging from 20 feet wide to 80 feet (Depending on County Load Requirements).
If the building project calls for multiple shipping containers either stacked on top of one another or in a row, we can easily accommodate those project requirements.
Curvco also provides high quality Container roof kits for Commercial and Industrial applications that require custom modifications and additions.
Stacking these Shipping Containers on top of each other 2 or 3 high and installing a Container roof between two shipping containers provides ample Commercial space for storage, heavy machinery, job-site coverage and even office space. Whether it is for a standard container roof kit or custom large Industrial building kit, Curvco offers a cost-effective solution.
Container Roof Types:
There are many ways to configure our container roof types and it all depends on what application you are trying to use it for. Our container roofs are for everyday storage, covering job-site materials and bulk storage. We have multi-Container roofs, Double Stacked Container roofs, commercial and Industrial Container Roofs for larger projects.
For more information on how to choose the right container roof type for your project requirements, click on the video provided for a guided look on how to customize and arrange your shipping containers for a wide variety of applications.
Container Roof Positioning Options
There are four options for installing a shipping container roof. They can be mounted to the exterior or outside edge or the standard interior mount that most prefer. They can also be interchanged using one inside and outside mount known as the combo attachment option.
Last but not least, if you require attaching a building to an existing wall, we can easily provide attachments that make this possible. Watch our Container Attachment Options Video to see which model is best for you!
Inside Mount: Connecting your shipping container roof to the inside mount decreases the size of the metal roof needed. This option does not cover the shipping containers themselves. Instead, it exposes the shipping containers to the outside elements and covers the interior space between the two shipping containers.
Outside Mount: Connecting the Container roof to the outside mount increases the size of the arch metal roof while enclosing the entire dimensions of the building. This mounting option is effective for clearing water or snow from the arches. It also allows for additional interior storage above the containers which are kept dry due to the span of the mount.
Hybrid Mount: Connect and install your shipping container directly to a concrete wall. Using our Container Roof Kit adapter plate, one side of the structure will be bolted to the wall and the other can be bolted or welded to the container. This approach is possible with only one shipping container but does require the construction of a concrete wall.
Container Roof Kit Accessories:
There are many accessories that can be included in your Shipping Container Roof Plans.
- Extended Wall Panels- Depending on the dimensions of your shipping container, Curvco can extend the front and rear wall panels 8.6′ or 9.6′ all the way to the ground to cover the entire wall and enclose the structure.
- Roof Skylights- If you are in an open environment and want to allow natural light into the container roof, this is one of the best options available and is cost-effective.
- Turbine Vents- This allows free flowing air into the structure which helps prevent any condensation, stagnant air or moisture for accumulating.
- Front/Back Walls- If your project requires an enclosed structure, Curvco can provide in the container roof cost the option for a front or back wall.
- Service Doors- Walkthrough door can be strategically placed along the front or back side of the container roof structure providing easy access to the interior of the building.
- Window Frame Kit- An opening can be cut at the factory to allow for a custom or a traditional sized window frame to placed on the front or back side of the structure. This will allow for the customer to shop and purchase local windows.
- Insulation- Typically used in commercial container roofs, 2 types of insulation can be applied within the interior of the building. You can apply traditional fiberglass insulation with thicknesses of 3,”,4″, or 6″ or use the more modern version of insulating called spray foam. Most customers choose this method over the other for many reasons.
- Double Slider Doors- We can provide double and quad slider doors to attach to the front and or back of your container roof. We offer a wide variety of sizes that can fit your building requirements.
Why is a Curvco Shipping Container Roof System Better?
Our Shipping Container roof systems are manufactured using 100% American Steel. The owners of Curvco have over 38 Years of experience manufacturing Quonset Container Roof Kits for commercial, residential and industrial projects.
The container roof system can be assembled using one size nut and bolt. The documentation provided with each container building gives you manuals for assembly of your building. Simple and easy-to-assemble instructions coupled with high quality hardware make these projects easy to do.
The container kits can be a permanent or temporary structure depending on how you use it. Once bolted together, the building can remain for the duration of your projects. Once the project is complete, the container roof can be unbolted, stored in the containers to use at a later time. If you decide to use these on private property as a storage building for the long term, the durability of these structures will prove to be exactly what you need.
The Shipping container roof system is much better than there counter parts who use fabric instead of steel for so many reasons. First, these container covers do not get stained, ripped, fly off or break during high winds and intense storms. This is a common problem among the fabric types and may require re-adjustment wasting time maintaining the quality of the fabric itself. Steel does not rip and once properly secured to the shipping containers, does not budge or fly off. Don’t waste your precious time doing maintenance when you can spend that time being more productive.
Easy-to-Assemble- Shipping Container Canopy
We make the whole process of erecting a shipping container canopy straightforward and easy-to-assemble. Because it cuts on site preparation and concrete costs. The simple do-it-yourself design allows for a small crew to put up the container kit over a weekend. This also helps with your budgetary figures as you don’t have to pay for expensive contractors and labor.
Using our easy-to-follow erection manuals make putting up a container roof simple. These are pre-engineered and prefabricated to line up, drop a bolt and screw them down without problems. In fact, the only problem you will face with a steel arch roof cover will be which one of your assets to put in it first!