Shipping container windows are a very popular extra for customers to fit themselves to any containers being converted into rooms or site offices.
These Shipping Container Windows are not only the industry standard for modular building use but also look the part when fitted from everything from a site welfare office to a converted shipping container cafe. They are available in single or double glazed options but the standard option on offer here is double glazed – for the price difference we would strongly suggest double glazed.
Shipping Container Window Prices
Please be aware these Shipping Container Windows are SUPPLIED AND DELIVERED ONLY. As above, these are DIY windows and require you to fit them to your container. If you would like one of these windows fitting to a container prior to delivery please contact us and we will be more than happy to quote you (as prices will vary slightly dependent on depot). If you are a welder or have a fabricator fitting your own windows and doors will be a good option. If you don’t have a welder or fabricator we can fit these for you in our yard (at additional cost)
- 945mm x 945mm double glazed shipping container window – £185.00 + VAT
Security concerns? No problem, please have a look at our shipping container security shutter windows. This package is essentially the window featured here with the added extra of anti-vandal security shutters.
- 945mm x 945mm anti-vandal, double glazed security shutter window – £295.00 + VAT
All our ‘supply only’ orders are delivered directly to a UK address of your choice – England, Scotland (excluding the Highlands) and Wales on a circa 3 day delivery service from point of payment.
Orders to the Highlands, Ireland and the Isles are an additional cost and available upon request.
How to fit your shipping container window
You will require a fabricator or be proficient with a welding equipment yourself.
- First build a box section frame for your window from box section. This frame will help hold the window firm whilst the container flexes and moves (as they are designed to do), this is especially important if you intend to move your container around during its lifetime (which woudl likl
- Cut the hole for your window into the shipping container wall and fix your box section frame (working to the outer corrugations)
- Slot your window into its frame from the outside, weld up the seam to seal. Your window should now be installed and working.