don’t worry about being short staffedPowerCon will hit your deadlines.
Who is the best metal building contractor near me?
Anyone can call themselves the best, but at PowerCon we believe we can make a great case for why you should consider hiring us first.
We’ve been in business since 2003, and in all that time we’ve maintained an A+ rating with the BBB. We’ve never received a single complaint. In part, this is because we pay such close attention to customer service and safety. It’s also because we employ a team of dedicated experts who use only the finest-quality materials. Our repairs and projects last.
Finally, we understand that you don’t have time to stop your entire operation just because your building needs some work. In most cases, our in-house engineer is able to plan your project in a way that will allow normal operations to continue.
What questions should I ask my building contractor?
There are quite a few:
- What gauge (thickness) of metal panel will you use for my job?
- Can I choose the color of the metal?
- Do you install overhead doors in the same building?
- What other services do you offer? For example, do you offer mobile welding services, concrete services, or commercial equipment installation services?
- Have you worked in an environment like mine? Contractors who are not familiar with your industry or facility type may make mistakes.
- Will I have to schedule any downtime to complete my work? Can you work around my schedule, and how long will my job take?
- How long have you been in business?
- Can you provide any references?
Choosing a metal building contractor is a big deal. Make sure you’re getting lots of value for your money!
How to choose a contractor to repair my metal building?
Ask all the questions listed above. Look for a commitment to safety, expertise in every area of service you could possibly need, and contractors who really can keep you from experiencing much downtime. You don’t want to have to hire dozens of contractors to handle your repairs, and you don’t want to deal with anyone who isn’t going to take your business as seriously as you do.
Why does the gauge of the metal matter?
The gauge or thickness of the metal is a measure of its strength. In general, we’re looking for a metal gauge that will withstand the high winds of our climate here in the gulf coast region.
Counter-intuitively, gauge gets thicker as it gets lower. 24 or 26-gauge metal is typically wise for most projects, though some panels do not need to be quite that thick. We’ll help you choose the right panels to both preserve your budget and to make your building as durable as possible.GET PowerCon ON THE JOB
FOUR REASONS TO TRUST PowerCon CONSTRUCTION SERVICES WITH YOUR FACILITY REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE NEEDS
Our 75-year old building is better-than-new.
The team at PowerCon really knows what it’s doing!
We were thinking of replacing our entire building. It was just so old, and had so many problems. A friend of mine convinced us to try PowerCon first. They were able to restore the building to functionality for less than half what it would have cost us to replace it. They were so professional and easy to work with, too!
The best building contractors I’ve ever worked with.
The renovations were fantastic!
Our building looks fantastic, all the work was done in a very timely fashion, and we have zero complaints. The team at PowerCon really knows their stuff.