Modular buildings can be useful when space is needed quickly.

Used modular buildings can be
remodeled to look new.

Modular buildings are used to meet temporary or permanent space needs for a variety of occupancy types including, but not limited to, classroom, office, daycare, church, worker and student housing, meeting spaces and retail. Modular building users typically rent, lease, or purchase the space required and occupy it until it is no longer needed. When the building is no longer needed, it is typically returned to the supplier, relocated to another site for reuse and/or sold directly to another user or through a web site like or

Modular buildings are built with function, safety, and efficiency in mind. Manufacturers and suppliers of used and new modular buildings are held to many of the same standards as conventional general contractors, in some cases higher standards. Modular building occupants can rest assured that their structure is built with quality construction materials and is safe during most natural disasters or other occurrences.

A modular building can be installed on a temporary or permanent foundation for short or long term use. Handicap wheelchair ramp systems, covered walkways and OSHA steps for access can be easily configured, delivered, and installed to meet specific occupancy types, accessibility needs, site conditions, and owner preferences.

Permits for using a modular structure or portable classroom are required. Local building, safety, and planning departments are well equipped to help businesses preparing to use a modular building plan and meet the legal requirements for a project.

If you have specific questions about using a modular building, feel free to call at (800) 806-7485 or request our help finding you the perfect used modular building or portable classroom.