VERY IMPORTANT

PLEASE VIEW AND AGREE TO THE 8 BULLET POINTS AND WATCH THE SHORT VIDEO BELOW AND THEN SUBMIT YOUR NAME AND EMAIL ADDRESS , ONCE WE HAVE RECIEVED YOUR CONFIRMATION WE CAN GET YOUR INSTALLATION SCHEDULED.

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  • Pad site – Concrete or asphalt is best but the next best surface for a great building is to start with a pad site built up 8″ above grade to create a level flat site for your building to sit on. The built up pad should be 10 feet longer and 10 feet wider than the building to divert water away from your building, be sure and use erosion control methods so your pad wont wash away in the first rain.
  • Level ground if you dont build up a pad site it is important your ground is level. This is very important and is the reason for most any issues we have when installing buildings for customers. It is best to use a string line level or laser level to ensure you site is level. If you cant do that we can likely make it work installing “as is” but generally there are some trade offs and none of them are good because starting with a bad unlevel foundation creates many problems.
  • “As is” installation. If you choose to install without the effort and cost of building a pad site, and your site is 5 inches or less out of level we can still install your building by using items you likely have around your home to level the frame, like bricks, cement blocks or treated wood to sit the base rail on, if your building is fully enclosed this will leave space under the base rail that will require you to add some soil to close the space under the base rail.
  • EXTRA COST measures, we can custom fit the side supports, this may require cutting or adding longer side supports and maybe extra side wall sheets, this method usually is less costly than creating a pad, and works well in most conditions but does not solve all issues regarding levelness. Typical cost is about .40 to .50 square foot, average $175.00 to $275.00.
  • If the site is not level and the building is enclosed Warning! A level pad site is highly recommended. On non-level ground, doors may not function correctly, the frame may need to be blocked in the air off the ground, this all can be done but this type of installation will not result in the greatest satisfaction with your building… As a result there is no labor warranty on this type of install, the materials all still carry their warranty but we can not guarantee your satisfaction. We stress this point because the issue of an non-level site creates most customer satisfaction issues.
  • Concrete Please refer to FAQ on our website for more information about concrete slab expectations, overall dimensions expectations and more.
  • Wind loading – Tall Carports or RV covers without end walls will likely sway in high winds. Adding a lean too cover or extended gables are the easiest remedy to this situation.
  • Return Trip Fee of $200.00 will result if we must reschedule after arriving to install and find the building site unfit to build on or access blocked by any item restricting access. No one is happy when this happens, our crews have loaded all tools and materials to build your new building and traveled to your location and must return it to our warehouse, so please select the most level site and do any necessary prep, you will be much happier in the end! We want to avoid this, please level your site. Tell us if your site is too wet or too steep to access. It is the customers responsibility to let us know if we cannot access a site..
OUR CREWS DO NOT CARRY ANY SITE PREP EQUIPMENT

If you need our assistance in assuring a level site we have contractors in most areas that we service, such as concrete or dirt pad work, in most cases this extra work can be financed. (not rent to own)