The use of Modular Buildings in Material Handling has become the industry standard as the many benefits of their usability are becoming more widely known. Their vast adaptability, for many room styles, and the quickness at which they can be installed make them an excellent choice for Warehouse and Distribution Centers requiring additional rooms or offices.
You can have Modular Buildings built to fit your precise need as they can be configured to fit into virtually any space. Modular Buildings also called Prefabricated Buildings, have all the same materials and meet all of the same code requirements as traditional buildings, but are built in a controlled factory setting. The safety of these structures due to their offsite construction offers better quality than traditional construction and the added ability to relocate or add-on make them a staple component of the Material Handling process.
Modular Buildings are produced in “modules” that when put together on site form the room or office specified. Modular Buildings are very durable and long-lasting. They are structurally sound to withstand the difficulties of shipping and delivery of each individual part. Upon arrival the individual modules are fitted together forming a complete building and are often completed in one day or may take up to 5 days depending on the size of the project. These buildings are set up much faster than a permanent structure with less disruption to your business. They offer interchangeable parts that can be changed or updated as needed.
It is best to hire a professional after choosing to install a Modular Building. Most modular manufacturers sell only to the builder/dealer. An expert can help you determine the designing, specifications, and delivery and installation of the best modular system specific to your requirements. They will measure and help you choose your dimensions as there are different options available. You should receive an accurate price quote based on your custom needs.
There are many choices for styles of rooms depending on what your business requirements are to transform all types of spaces. Warehouse Offices, Storage Rooms, Machine Enclosure Rooms, Quality Inspection Rooms, Printing Rooms, Factory Offices, Clean Rooms, Environmentally Controlled Rooms, Break Rooms, Conference Rooms, Control Rooms, Lunch Rooms, In-plant Offices, In-plant Buildings, Shipping Offices, Packaging Rooms, Training Rooms, One or Two Story Buildings, and they can be built on to Mezzanines. They are Environmentally Friendly and will improve your Green Building Rating. Since modular systems are considered capital equipment, there are certain tax advantages to them.
Modular offices can be custom outfitted. Options include different type of wall panels to meet all of your requirements like Standard Fire Walls, Standard Sound Walls, Hardboard Walls, Steel Walls, Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic, Aluminum and Honeycomb Panels. Choices of flooring, windows, roofs, ceilings, lighting, wall color, exhaust fans, heating and air-conditioning systems and even options for doors are available. Electrical switches, outlets, phone, computer cable connections and circuit breaker boxes can all be installed into the walling during production.
With so many available options and a time frame that beats general construction, the adaptability of Modular Buildings has made them a standard in Material Handling. No matter what your requirements, Modular Buildings are an excellent choice and one of the best solutions when you are searching for additional rooms or offices for your plant. By offering better quality than general construction the many benefits of Modular Buildings are becoming more abundantly clear, making them a preferred integral part of the Material Handling process.
Interested in purchasing a Modular Building? Contact Warehouse Cubed at 770-638-4887 for an assessment of your facility. An experienced team member will help you determine the best modular system specific to your requirements.