frequently asked questions
Do I need to lay a foundation or have a concrete pad to build my structure on?
What is the snow load and wind rating of these structures?
Can the structures be made in a customized size or are there set dimensions?
What materials do you use for the framework?
Most building I see have open ends. Are there options for closed ends or doors?
Will I need to obtain a permit or pay property taxes on my structure?
Can I move my building once it is built?
No. Due to flexibility of the fabric, there is little to no need for a foundation to build on. We have anchoring options that allow you to fasten your building on concrete, wood, gravel, dirt or grass.
On average, these structures have a 12-40 psf snow load rating. The amount of snow build up is reduced due to the shape of the structures. These buildings can withstand 75-120 mph winds.
We do not limit our customers to any set dimensions. While we have structures that come in pre-sized kits, we also offer custom sizes. We know that everyone's needs are different. We are here to make a structure that fits your needs.
Our frames are fabricated with only the best. We use 3/4" 18 gauge galvanized steel tubing. Fabricating with this type of steel helps to prevent the framework from rusting.
Absolutely! We can do a single end or both ends. If you are closing off the ends, there are options for the type of doors that you can add to make access easier. Your building can be customized for your needs.
Because they are considered temporary structures, they are usually excluded from permits and taxes. However, it always best to check with your city regulations prior to installation.
In most cases, our buildings can be moved after they have been installed. If you are planning on moving your structure, it should be discussed while planning your building.