The decision to make use of portable storage buildings was the best decision that you made in the home renovation project. After being in your home for nearly 22 years, you finally made the decision to replace all the carpeting in the home, as well as refinish the kitchen cabinets and wood floors. There were many options available to you, but in the end you went with the path of least resistance. You rented to portable storage buildings and moved furniture out of the needed areas and you moved your family into a nearby for rent by owner home. Both of these decisions came with a financial cost, but the contractors assured you that without the furniture in the way and not having to work around the family would speed up the process.
Portable buildings serve a number of purposes in today’s busy world. From making sure that the needed inventory will be ready as soon as the holiday season arrives to finding a solution for temporary office space to the growing needs of school districts, there are many times when a portable building is the perfect solution. In fact, even churches are finding a way to use portable buildings before they build a permanent space.
Consider these facts and figures about the many ways that both new and used modular buildings can be put to use and the constant need that we have for additional space:
- The overwhelming reason that school districts use portable classrooms was speed of delivery for 35% of respondents. Shifting enrollments was cited by another 26% and the relatively inexpensive nature of the classrooms was cited by 25%.
- Some modular homes can be built in the factory in as little as one to two weeks.
- Modular construction construction and decreases time by as much as 50%. It also leads to fewer change orders, earlier occupancy, and cash flow improvements.
- Produced in 20% the time and at 50% the cost of site built homes, manufactured housing assembled in a controlled, factory environment uses fewer materials and generates 35% to 40% less waste when compared to site built structures.
Sometimes you have to think outside of the box, literally, to solve the solutions that many families, businesses, and non profits need. The use of portable storage buildings is increasingly popular as many individuals and groups make major transitions in their lives.