Without properly anchoring your metal building, it won’t be secured. That being said, it’s important to anchor your building to the proper material. Here are our anchor options:
- Asphalt – A barbed anchor option that makes it easy to secure relatively any building.
- Concrete – An expanding anchor option that is one of the most efficient and strong ways to secure your building.
- Mobile Home — This is a technique in which auger ended anchors can grasp and secure themselves within soil.
- Rebar- This is the standard anchor option and works on virtually every type of terrain.
For more information about each of our anchor options and which one would be the best fit for you, contact us today!
While it’s not mandatory to have a leveled site, we advise that your site is leveled. A leveled site makes it cheaper and easier to install your metal building. If you don’t want to level your site, simply purchase our tallest height option for the side legs.
Every area has different certification requirements. In order to find out whether or not your area requires building certification, contact your local municipality. In the event that your building doesn’t need to be certified, we recommend that you certify it. Having a certified building ensures that your building will be secured, durable, and strong for a long time.
Asphalt and concrete take a minimum of 72 hours to set. So, make sure to pour your asphalt or concrete at least three days prior to the designated installation date. If you have any questions or concerns about how you can pour asphalt or concrete, contact one of our representatives.
Yes, you can use a wooden dock as your base. If you want to use a non-floating wooden dock, simply let us know. Then, we can ensure the proper steps are taken to install your building onto surface.