How To Links:
- Estimating & Installation Preparations
- Wood Window Frame Install
- Installing CX44 Panels on the Side Walls
- Inside Container Corners
- Installing Panels on the End Wall
- Installing Panels on the Ceiling
- Installing Panels on the Floor
- Installing Plumbing
- Installing Electrical
- Installing Drywall, Trim, Cabinets
- Cold Weather Adhesive Application Tips
How to insulate Shipping Container Inside Corners.
The cuts for the corners can be used on the otherside of the wall.
The corners should look like this when completed. Fill all open spaces/air gaps with spray foam as needed.
Here we used pink foam to illustrate corner fill foam by others.
Container side walls can vary slightly in lenght. We call this weld seam drift. Always check for proper fit and drift and adjust the corner panel cut lenght layout accordingly. The end cuts and scrap can be trimed to fit and fill changes in container geometry, glue the pieces back together.
How to handle Inside and Outside CornersOr yes we do not have a stud in the inside corner. A solid wall the corner is already supported.
Attaching Drywall to inside or outside Corners or prepare-corner-for-drywall. Corner angle is a multipurpose 90˚ galvanized angle used in dozens of framing applications. Available in roofing/flashing section of home improvement stores or drywall supply yards. Some of the most common applications include lapped framing conditions, soffit framing, floor and ceiling runner, gypsum drywall partitions.
Place beads of adhesive on the back side of 3″ x 3″ – 25 ga. sheet metal corner angle. Press into place on corner. Hold in place with duct tape if necessary. Hang drywall using all-purpose drywall screws into InSoFast studs and into sheet metal corner angle. Install metal drywall corner bead using all-purpose drywall screws.
InSoFast Plus Method
Need a higher R-value? No Problem! Start with a base of InSoFast continuous insulation panels they are feature-rich and easy to install. Then add rigid foam insulation over top of InSoFast panels.