Planning Ahead for Savings

One of the things we all struggle with is the number of things on our “to do” list. All of the things we have attached value to and need to be done “soon”.

Many people apologize for how late they have let their structure order go when they do get around to it.

This is just a gentle reminder that the more time you can give us for the structure order, the better we can serve you.

By not bending anything before we get an order, it allows us to customize the profile to your exact specifications.

Not carrying a huge inventory is one way we can keep building and manufacturing costs down. This does mean that we do not ever have buildings “on the shelf”.

There are commodity groups out there (i.e.salt) that have their customers trained to order well in advance to ensure receiving what they need and when.

By giving us the same consideration, we can serve you the same way. When we have orders in advance it allows us to group orders together for delivery, thereby adding to the savings all the customers can appreciate

We look forward to working with you to plan your structure purchase

Why Wait Until Spring?

In an ideal world, we would have nothing to do in the summer but have time to build the extra space we need for growing, storage or livestock housing requirements.

The reality is, that is seldom how things work, but many of the people that we talk to are intimidated by the possibility of building either in winter or when times are less then ideal.

When your Plan A won’t work there are actually many other options when it comes to scheduling putting up your building.

During late fall, winter or early spring, you will need to be a bit more selective as to the days you will be working, but it can be accommodated. It will not be as convenient, but that does not mean you have to do without that extra required space for the upcoming year.

The first thing we need from you is a bit of information to have a good understanding of the area you are working with. This will allow us to advise you on how to get a proper foundation in.

The phrase “there is no such thing as too many anchors” is even more applicable during inclement weather.

After that, you simply pick your days when you work outside or you simply work shorter days.

Unless you hit it very lucky with an abnormally perfect cover day, the reality is, is that the cover will not go on perfectly. This is ok since there are ways of overcoming this as well.

We have additional information on our website to work with temporarily securing a loose cover and the process of retightening a cover once warmer weather comes. We will have short videos explaining this process up shortly. Any possible inconvenience of having to do this retightening will be more than offset by the convenience of having that extra space now, rather then trying to accommodate building later.

We look forward to working though your challenges with you