Last Modified: Thursday, December 6, 2012

Nationwide Used Modular Building Listings

When companies, schools and churches need additional space for employees or students buying a used modular building can sometimes be the best option. Finding the right model at the right price can eat up lots of time unless you use a web site like

Here is a list of used modular buildings that are available for sale through iModular. Each listing page contains floor plans, specifications and pictures along with a request for prices.

 24' x 40' Portable Classroom
 Large Modular Office Building
 Modular Daycare Center for Church
 72' x 60' Modular Office

Here is a complete list of used modular buildings available nationwide.

Be sure to request prices from multiple suppliers in your area as most companies can provide any size modular building with the exact floor plan you need.

Last Modified: Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Portable Modular Classroom for School, Church or Daycare

Free assistance for churches and schools looking for modular classroom trailers.
A typical used modular classroom
installed with a handicap ramp.
Several churches nationwide have used to find very good deals and quality assistance with using modular buildings and portable classrooms to solve space needs. Try the link below or visit If you prefer calling ask for Matt Banes at (714) 442-2757 ext 502. Matt seems to be able to find the best used modulars in the country.

Modular Classroom for School, Church or Daycare

Last Modified: Friday, November 2, 2012

Rapid Response Check List for Modular Buildings

Modular buildings, trailers and offices for emergency relief.
Modular buildings come in handy as emergency relief shelters and temporary offices for all types of natural disasters and emergencies - Hurricane Sandy has been no exception.

Suppliers of modular buildings are prepared to deliver and install all types of space in the event of any situation where people are displaced and essential services are needed. When medical clinics, bathroom and shower facilities, information centers, temporary housing, security offices and worker meeting areas are needed most modular companies have a wide variety of structures waiting to be shipped and crews standing by for delivery and set up.

Here is a quick check list if you are in an emergency situation or are developing a plan for obtaining temporary space during a disaster:

1. Have a temporary space / modular building resource available to get rapid response. We suggest using the Rapid Response Shelter Online Tool - it's the fastest way to reach approved modular suppliers 7 days a week, 24 hours per day.

2. Know what space you need but be flexible. Modular providers can respond quickly if you are able to use the models they have immediately available. Changes to floor plans and specifications will slow the supplier down.

3. Have a location selected to place the modular building. It may be difficult but try to find a level and easily accessible site so the delivery truck can move in and out with ease and workers can assemble the modular without too many obstructions. Route and site planning are very important.

4. Know where the utility connection points are and share this information with the supplier. If you will be using a generator also let the supplier know this.

5. Know what your city government will permit during an emergency. In many cases local building and safety departments will make temporary exceptions for modular buildings and mobile office trailers during an emergency.

6. Payment. It is a very good idea to have a credit card to pay the supplier with. This will always help the process move quickly whether you need to rent the space for a week or a year.

If you have questions about modular buildings or would like assistance incorporating temporary space into your emergency planning feel free to call me (Matt Banes) any time. Dial (714) 442-2757 ext. 108 for nationwide and international requirements.

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Last Modified: Friday, October 26, 2012

Find a Used Modular Building in Baltimore

Used modular buildings can be purchased or rented.
Used modular buildings. All sizes and
floor plans
Here are some tips for saving money and time if you are planning to buy or rent a modular building in Baltimore or surrounding cities in Maryland and Washington D.C.

Suppliers with used modular buildings for sale at discounted prices:

1. - Get a free price quote, floor plans and help with permits.
2. Williams Scotsman
3. Modular Genius
4. Wilmot Modular

Permits and Planning:
You will need to obtain the required permits to utilize a modular building or classroom in any city in Maryland. Here is a link to the State of Maryland Modular Buildings and Mobile Homes Program page to get you started.

If you have specific questions and would like free assistance from a local supplier try using or call iModular's free hotline at (714) 442-2757 extension 108.

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Last Modified: Friday, September 7, 2012

Is Buying a Used Modular Building a Good Idea?

Used modular buildings and portable classrooms can be rented or purchased
Find a used modular building and
save money.
Throughout the year people call us and ask about the quality and reliability of used modular buildings and portable classrooms. Most of the concerns are about whether or not a used modular is worth saving money in comparison to having a new structure built. Ask anyone on our team and the answer will be the same…if the used modular is in good shape and you are able to get some sort of warranty it’s worth every dollar saved!

Here are a couple of pointers if you are in the market for a used modular:

A. Always have the modular inspected by a contractor first. Make sure the HVAC is in good working condition and that there is no major electrical, plumbing or structural damage to the frame, roofing, walls or flooring.

B. Ask the owner to provide original paperwork (original bill of sale, license information, registration, warranty, floor plan and specifications).

C. If you are buying the modular out of state be sure that it meets your state and local building codes. Check with your local Building and Safety department.

D. If you are installing the modular on a temporary pier and pad style foundation ask if the materials for installation are included. If it’s a more permanent installation ask your set up contractor for details.

E. Ask the owner for any past service records.

F. Ask the owner/seller about the original warranty or if you can purchase an extended warranty.

G. Ask if a handicap ramp or aluminum steps are included with the sales price. You will need access.

Hope this helps. Try our free price and information request tool if you are searching for a good deal on a used modular building or classroom. It takes two minutes to send your request to qualified local suppliers.

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Last Modified: Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Illinois Used Modular Building Sale

Prices for used 24'x60' and 36'x60' used modular buildings in Illinois seem to be dropping. Suppliers must have an abundance of these models in stock and are willing to reduce sales prices and rental rates to clear them out.

Try using an online price finder like offers for free if you are shopping for a modular building, classroom trailer or daycare modular.

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