How to insulate a container from heat and cold
If you are lucky enough to live in a place with a climate suitable for living without additional cooling or heating, you may not need insulation for your container, however some people still need heating and air conditioning, therefore they should consider the isolation.
Whether or not you need climate control for your container home depends a lot on your personal preferences for what is “comfortable” for you.
If you don’t live in such a place, I highly recommend that you insulate your container.
You will need to consider the costs of insulation, which is a one-time cost, versus the ongoing cost of the additional electricity that you will use, to run your air conditioning and the gas or fuel to power your heater, eventually the money that is saved By not insulating yourself it disappears quickly as you pay more and more to keep the climate in your home tolerable.
However, a note of caution:
If you don’t insulate your container home, not only will it be more difficult to heat and cool your home, but it can also be susceptible to condensation, which can lead to a variety of problems such as corrosion and mold.
Obtaining a thermal and acoustic improvement and we also achieve a guaranteed durability of 10 years of the material. ♀️ 🛡️