Delivery and Setup Checklist
Make sure you have room for your building. Site preparation involves careful planning. Take a hard look at the area where the building will be installed to make sure there is a clear path for the trailer carrying the portable building. The truck and trailer often require more room than many customers anticipate. Make sure trees, limbs, and shrubbery are clear. Be aware of septic tanks. Some common obstructions include fences, gates, decks, or overhangs on your house or garage. Please call if you are unsure whether you have enough room.
Move items such as grills, swing sets, firewood, and cars out of the way before the building is delivered. If the delivery driver has to move these items for you, there will be an additional delivery charge.
Wet weather is generally not suitable for delivering a portable shed. If your storage building is scheduled to be delivered, and you think your yard is too wet for delivery, please call before your building is brought out. We do not fix yards, so use your judgement to determine if it is dry enough for delivery.
We do not provide blocking service for 14×32 and larger buildings. You must prepare a level concrete or gravel pad for buildings of this size.
Some cities and towns require building permits before buildings are delivered. If you are unsure whether you need a permit, you should call your local town or county offices.