Whangarei Portable Cabins Rental Service
Just Cabins in Whangarei have the perfect solution for when you are living in over- crowded conditions or need your own space. Our portable cabins are simple, single, portable rooms able to be used as sleepouts or however you wish, and are available to rent immediately.
We provide standard features with all our cabins-power, security lights, smoke alarm, security stays on the window, insulation, painted interior, with carpets and curtains. Cabins are available in two sizes, so are comfortable and spacious.
And we've built strong, sturdy cabins, that do not require maintenance. They come with their own trailer, so we can position them where you want. Being raised off the ground means you don't have problems with damp and cold.
There is no delay in moving in once they are delivered. So if you need to accommodate visitors here in Whangarei, or your teenager needs their own space, renting a portable cabin can be the ideal solution.
About Portable Cabins
A portable cabin, is generally a small, simple, one room building designed and built to be movable, rather than permanently located. Portable buildings (e.g. yurts) have been used since prehistoric times. Cabins are considered to be a small rough house or shelter, with basic living utilities, often constructed from logs. The most familiar modern type of portable cabins are designed to be impermanent, and are carried to or from site on a trailer, and can be manoeuvred into position.
Whangarei is New Zealand's warmest and northernmost city and is the main commercial centre in the Northland region. The city a population of approximately 52,000, enjoys a warm climate and plentiful rainfall making the region semi-tropical. Whangarei district now supports strong horticultural and agricultural sectors, and produces abundant produce, including avocadoes, kiwifruit and other sub tropical fruits. Coal, limestone, kauri gum and clay have all contributed to Whangarei's growth and development. Logging native bush started at the time of European settlement, and centred around the giant kauri trees. These magnificent trees are now protected and can be viewed in the native bush reserves. Recent times has seen the establishment and expansion of the oil refinery at Marsden Point on Bream Bay and the development of timber processing. Whangarei is situated close to the harbour so boat building and marine servicing industries also feature prominently.