When we think of the word temporary, we think of something that is short term. When we think of the word housing, we think about a place to live. Combine those together and we get temporary housing, a short-term place to live. Here at MODS International, we provide Modular On Demand Structures for temporary housing use. The idea is to make them as comfortable as possible for anyone in need. Our units feel like a home away from home.
MODS are designed for the demand of instant housing. They are simple to set up and easy to maintain. Our units are easy to transport and anyone can use them. These units are built with top quality products so those living in them feel the comfortable and luxury as though they are in their own home. Mods are portable, yet complete living units for use in an emergency or temporary living situation. Examples are those working in the oil fields or someone who has been displaced due to a disaster. These units accommodate the immediate need for housing.
MODS are created from “one time use” shipping containers and converted into housing units. They have five windows, drywall walls and ceiling, fully insulated to meet or exceed all energy ratings, with plumbing and electrical to meet building codes. Each unit is heated and air conditioned. They are constructed of the highest quality materials. You find a leather sofa, a full shower, kitchen, bathroom, as well as complete bedding and linens in each unit. They are built with products that are easily maintainable and can be serviced anywhere locally.
MODS are patented and built in Appleton, WI. . The units can be designed for emergency housing, command centers, multi-shower and toilet units, mobile offices, clinics, helipads, cooking facilities, and second homes. We design them to fit whatever need you should have. Using a shipping container, the options are endless. The units are easily transported and our team can set them up in any location. Whether it’s for business use or personal, MODS are the way to go.
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