The shipping containers we’re used to seeing on the back of trucks and trains may be the latest solution to housing for the poor. A New Mexico company is testing the first models of container housing–converted steel import/export containers equipped with electricity and plumbing, generic cialis unhealthy and subdivided rooms.
PFNC (for Por Fin, generic cialis doctor Nuestra Casa or “Finally, case a Home of Our Own”) began building these in response to the wretched housing conditions of Mexican workers near the border. Currently, each one sells for under $10,000 (with costs anticipated to be covered by employees and employers), sleeps 2-6 people; and includes a refrigerator, stove, and HVAC.
With major cities all across the U.S. stockpiling surplus shipping containers, this could be a viable housing option for homeless and poor people. See this walk through of the home: