Interior Container Options

Standard containers are not insulated or finished on the interior. The interior climate of your container can be drastically improved by adding insulation. Most of our customers choose to go with fiberglass insulation. It is the same type of insulation you find in many homes. At a thickness of 3 ½”, it provides an R-13 insulation value.

Interior Options

IES offers a full range of interior options to fit you requirements. They include, but are not limited to, the following:

Installing ½” plywood over 2” x 3” wood studs and R-13 insulation. This is the most common interior finish for climate controlled storage or office containers and can be painted for an additional charge.

We also offer FRP (Fiberglass Reinforced Panel) durability, easy maintenance and sanitation are required. These are installed over standard studs and insulation and provide a durable, shatter resistant surface that:

Resists scratches.
100% moisture resistant.
USDA and Agriculture Canada certified.
Thermal shock and chemical resistant.
Cleans easily with steam, high pressure sprayers or soap/water.
Extensive color options on textured or smooth surface improves design flexibility.
Class A or Class C fire-rating available.
Color-matched moldings and fasteners.
High impact strength.
Low maintenance.
If fire codes prohibit the use of wood we can also finish the interior using metal studs and aluminum or steel sheathing.

Shipping Container Insulation

Fiberglass Insulation with FRP Plywood Paneling

The containers are normally fitted with insect resistant plywood flooring. These floors can be left as is, painted or finished with commercial vinyl flooring materials.




Choose from a variety of electrical services for your storage units or office spaces.

Standard Electrical
Fluorescent Lighting
Standard Receptacles