Q. How did you get started doing this type of work?
A. I was doing property maintenence for HUD and just wasn't making eneough money. One day I was invited out on a job as a helper on a small garage. Well I cleared over a hundred a day and realy liked the work. That was 30 years ago and been at it ever since. I was trained for a period of 2 days on how these sheds went together and learned everything else on my own.
Q. What types of customers have you worked with?
A. Basically we build a shed in the customers yard. The size depends on how they customise it when they place their order.We have thousands of sizes and styles to choose from. The time in their yard is mininumised by prebuilding the doors , rafters, and walls. This is far betteer that jacking the building up and haulling it down the road. That process loosens the nails in the framing and roofing . It can actuall crack the siding just like the cracks in the drywall from a settling house.
Q. What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?
A. Check the quality of construction and never pay till job is done.
Q. What questions should customers think through before talking to
professionals about their project?
A. When you arrive at our sales lot call us, I will answer all of your questions to the best of my ability. I'm able to cover all aspects of your job very well because ive been doing this kind of work all my life.im 46 years old and have 30 years of experience in marketing selling and building storage sheds and garages and cement.
After your purchase we will call you on your construction day at 730 am and let you know where we are at as far as arrival time. When we arrive we will walk to where you want your shed built and go over where you want the corners and door, window, and option placements. After we frame the floor we will verify with you one more time on placement. Sometime after you see the box (framed floor) there might be something that you missed and at that time we can adjust the position of the floor before we level the building up on concrete blocks.We will proceed with 2 layers of flooring which is un heard of in a storage shed. I use this tecnique because so many buildings ive seen built by our competitors have day light and or grass, weeds, and or bugs coming through the cracks in their flooring.We stagger the joints so this cant happen to your building.Our walls are framed 16 inches on center with 2x4s or 2x6s depending on your purchase.We use 50 year siding on your walls. this is standard. If you prefer lap siding hardi plank or sheets,vynl, or screen we are able to accomidate your every desire. The doors are double studded and have a double header above. Your doors on the shed are one of the very most important items that make up your building. I use my 30 years of experience to make sure they will work properly for years to come.The shingles are a 25 year warranty and hurricane nailed. Ofcourse we offer a wide variety of options on roofing. Another important issue is price, again i use 30 years of experience to use as much of the scrap as possible to lower your price.For example the peices of lumber that are to small to use on the buildings we use on our doghouses. We value your business very much and look forward to meeting you. Dave Davis