When you’re building a home, most people agree that an on site stick built home is better than a pre-fab. When it comes to building a storage building, however, the tables turn. It’s usually better to buy a home that is pre-made.
The Way It Moves. A pre-built shed is built with a foundation that is designed to be picked up and moved. Our 4 x 6 runners are notched out, holding 2×6 floor joists that are bolted in so your building won’t move. This makes the foundation extremely strong, meaning it won’t break down or wiggle apart over time and moves.
A shed built on site, usually only has 4×4 runners holding the weight of the building. Often floor joists are toenailed into the runners. This doesn’t provide the stability and long life that your investment needs.
Time Is Money. Because we’re building many buildings to the same dimensions, we pre-cut the pieces before they’re shipped to your site. We’re able to maximize the materials that we purchase. Pre-cutting also is a huge time saver. Overall, the prefabrication process saves us money that we put into higher quality materials.
According to Code. All of our buildings are built according to plan, with strict attention to the requirements of the North Carolina building code. You don’t have to worry that someone is cutting corners, or trying to get by with sub-standard practices.
At Hometown Sheds, we know you want a building that is practical, durable, and beautiful. We give you all three, and we offer you several options for financing, making your building affordable as well. Give us a call today, or drop by one of our locations, and let’s talk!