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  • Why a Pole Building for My Business?

    In business, any project has three important variables: cost, time and quality. Of those three, the saying goes, you are allowed to pick only two to determine the project’s outcome. If it is done inexpensively and quickly, quality will suffer; if it is done quickly and with high quality, cost will be enormous; if it

  • Where Will You Build?

    Congratulations! That hobby-turned-home-based widget business of yours has really taken off, and the time has come to have a place where you can set up a small widget manufacturing operation and maybe even showcase a few for sale. You’ve done the research, and you’ve discovered that a pole barn style building is within your fledgling

  • Retail Entranceways And First Impressions

    Have you ever walked into a place of business and, as soon as you set foot through the front door, you feel uncomfortable? It might be that the general appearance of the entry vestibule is ramshackle, it might be that the décor as you walk in is off-putting or it may be that after stepping

  • Warehouses And Storage

    If you have a business of any size, whether your main deliverable is a product or a service, you are going to have storage needs. The amount of storage needed varies, of course, but in the commercial arena it is not uncommon for a dedicated structure to be used to house whatever valuable items need

  • Look At What’s Available In Commercial Structures

    YOUR BUILDING ADVERTISES YOUR BUSINESS Whether yours is a small business in a single location or large company with many offices throughout the region, the physical building in which you conduct your business speaks volumes to your potential customers before they even set foot inside to meet your staff. What does your current commercial building tell

  • Rachelle and Don’s Upgraded Garage – Herndon, VA

    In April 2016, we completed a beautiful 4 car garage in Herndon, VA. The owners, Rachelle and Don, were looking to upgrade their current garage to accommodate larger vehicles and overall improve their use of the garage (“sharage” as they call it). It’s not everyday we have customers who takes photos of the work as

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