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Steel-built Shelters by Boss Cubez


These are steel-built shelters by BOSS Cubez out of Los Angeles, California that can be deployed quickly.

They have several designs, configurations, and layouts to choose from. What do you think?

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BOSS Cubez Steel-Built Shelters

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The Cube64 – 64-sq.-ft.; 8×8

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The Cube170 – 170-sq.-ft.; 8.5×20

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The units have a variety of configurations and options.

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More beds per unit if necessary.

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Or, how about a bigger bed?

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Bunk beds and a queen bed; suitable for a family.

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Or you can choose to deploy these units as offices.

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Cubicles.

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Larger private offices.

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The Cube340 – 340-sq.-ft.; 8.5×40

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The same is true for all of their units.

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Configurable in all sorts of ways.

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They are built with galvanized steel walls and roofs.

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R14 wall and R21 roof insulation.

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  • BJ
    October 19, 2021, 1:02 am

    It is certainly something to contemplate. You could do a kitchenette and
    desk / dine table with good chairs (two). Then do a bed and bath on the other side.
    Countless places you could put one . Backyard, land alone in country or woods,
    Emergency shelter backup.

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