Originally Posted by dbcooper
part of me says to just set it right on a level gravel pad so that I won't have to deal with snakes and other critters setting up house underneath it if I set it up on blocks
You still have a void underneath it if you set it on the ground,
at least 4" between the floor and ground.
You can mound up gravel around it to lessen the chance, but only
on three sides, or you will not get the doors open.
The doors...another issue....many containers have incredibly
stiff and hard to open doors.....by raising it up some, you make
it easier to get to, to open and close them.
The container is solid, and will not require any elaborate foundation.
Look on the bottom, see which direction the floor rails run,
set some railroad ties perpendicular, making sure they don't
protrude from underneath, and run some hardware cloth around the