Temporary or permanent modular buildings, portable or fixed – you have to appreciate the flexibility that a modular building provides your company or school.
But what makes a temporary building so attractive to a number of global industries?
Today, we’re exploring 7 benefits that we think everyone can enjoy the next time they need a temporary space solution.
A number of modular building companies such as ourselves have a fleet of temporary buildings that are kept in our facility. They’re already assembled, and can be delivered within weeks (sometimes less!).
So should an emergency arrive, unexpected construction be necessary, or you simply waited too close to the deadline to place an order, you can contact Khome Steel Structure for your modular building to help meet your timeline goals.
There is no limit on the number of temporary buildings you can add as long as space on your site or campus allows you to.
Perhaps you ordered one temporary classroom building to accommodate an influx of new students from a nearby district. You find out that another nearby district is also downsizing and you’ll need space for another influx of students.
Temporary buildings allow you to conveniently add another building, combine modules together to make a larger temporary building.
Plans change and construction projects evolve regularly. If you have a temporary building on your site, it can always be relocated to conveniently accommodate your needs.
Another major benefit of temporary modular buildings is the ability to lease or participate in various co-op purchase options (governments and school organizations).
If you know you’ll only require your structure for a few years, you might be wise to lease rather than purchase. Always consult Khome experts about the financial options on buildings to learn what the best plan is for you!
A question we receive quite often is, “Do they look like trailers or can they look like “regular” buildings?”
We have to emphasize the fact that temporary buildings do not need to look ugly or remain in a traditional, block trailer appearance.
Floor plans, wall layouts, and materials are all customizable. Choose the shape of your building, type of siding, roof design and any other element you would like enhanced.
Temporary modular buildings will last longer than you might expect. With regular maintenance and upkeep, the prefab buildings themselves will last for the foreseeable future.
And, while they are often made of lighter materials that make it easier to lift and transport them, that does not mean that they are less reliable or built to subpar standards.
One of the reasons that temporary buildings work so well during natural disasters and emergency relief efforts is that they are already assembled and available. When a hurricane, tornado, flooring, or wild fire strikes, time of building deployment is a crucial component.
Temporary modular buildings make all of this possible as they are transportable by almost every mode of transportation .