Pre-fab storage buildings are a convenient, safe and cost-effective way of storing business items, and are also great to use as office space. Depending on the size of the unit you need, you may or may not want to install it yourself. Installation of prefab storage units is a lot of work, but may be worth the savings when the unit is small.
Pre-fab storage buildings come in almost any shape and size. When a pre-engineered unit will not work for your business needs there are manufacturers available to custom design a unit for you. As you consider the budget you have for a prefab unit and the type of unit you need, keep the following in mind:
1. Assemble prefab storage units yourself to save on cost
2. Have a prefab building engineered to meet your exact specifications
3. Utilize manufacturers and retailers that offer installation services for large and small units
Find prefab storage units that you assemble yourselfA large part of the cost you pay for prefab storage units is the installation. You can save a bundle by installing the units yourself. Most units can be assembled with four people in as few as three days. Tools are not an extra expense because standard tools are used for the assembly.
Utilize prefab storage building services that offer custom design optionsWhen a pre-engineered prefab storage building will not meet the needs of your business, look to manufacturers that offer custom design options. Whether you plan to use a prefab building for storage purposes only or instead as office space, have a storage building designed to meet your specific needs.
Locate prefab storage buildings from services that offer full installationThere are not many prefab storage building manufacturers that offer installation services. Save time and money when you work with a manufacturer that does offer installation. You will not have to worry about installing the units yourself or hiring a contractor to do the work for you.
- Many prefab storage services offer units that can be expanded. Start small, to stay within your budget, then expand as your business grows.