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Old 07-12-2006, 08:49 AM  
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My garage has become too filled for me to use it as a workspace so I am looking to add a small steel building or shed in my backyard that I can use to do work. I found a good price at a1 steel building website. I have not heard much about them and could not find any reviews about them. Does anyone know about them or should I just pay extra and go with a more known company?

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Old 07-12-2006, 12:55 PM  
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Hello and Welcome Spaker:
I plan to build a SteelMaster building in the near future. They can show pictures of their buildings that survived Hurricane Katrina while I can show you conventional steel buildings here in my area that didn't survive an F4 tornado. I can see where SteelMaster would be much easier for a small crew with limited experience to build (which cuts the cost) and they have some incentives now.
mwickum@steelmasterusa.com or 800-341-7007 ext 8113
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Hi Spaker!

I've recently added a metal storage shed to my backyard and I love it! They have tons of styles to choose from and you can even buy pre-fabricated ones. If you want to tackle this project yourself, they even have installation kits with instructions that make it very easy to construct.

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You might want to check out HomeStars.com at http://www.homestars.com to read reviews on local companies--New York is in their system now. The site is a free community where people read and write reviews on home improvement contractors.

Otherwise, a simple Google search for "[company name] problems" might give you some research material as well.

Good luck!

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Hey Boston, that's a good site. Thanks for pointing it out.

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Dont have your Mom go on there and praise your business Toolguy.



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