Frequently Asked Questions
No building is too large or small for us to build. Conventional sizes (24×32, 30×40, 40×60….) can be more cost effective because of stock building supplies.
Pressure treated 4×6 posts are standard on buildings smaller than 12,000 cu. Ft. (30’W x 40’L x 10’H). 3-Ply glue-lam posts are standard for buildings over 12,000 cu. Ft. (30’W x 40’L x 10’H).
Our primary steel suppliers are Central States and A.B. Martin. We also offer Fabral and Everlast products. Cost and warranty period varies with type of steel. We also offer 24 gauge standing seam roofing.
Yes. At Superior Buildings we offer vinyl, hardi-plank, and pine or cedar siding. We also offer asphalt shingles for roofing.
Typically, the customer is responsible for obtaining the necessary permits for the building, however, at Superior Buildings we offer complete general contracting service in which your sales rep will be happy to assist you in this process or do all of the work for you. You, the customer, are responsible for any set-backs, size restrictions, etc. necessary to comply with your local municipality, homeowners association, etc.
As of October 26th, 2020, we are booked out 10-12 weeks, but factors such as location, building size, and permit acquisition can all affect the time at which we can start construction. As for the actual building process, the time can range from days to months, depending on the afformentioned factors.
At Superior Buildings, we offer complete excavation and site prep. If you decide to do your own site prep, it is necessary that the building pad be approx. 5 ft. larger than the building on all sides. (i.e. a 30×40 barn should have a 40×50 building pad.)
Your building site should be within 6” of level. If your pad is more than 12” off grade, you may incur extra costs. However, as long as you are willing to pay the extra costs, we can work with pads that are severely out of grade.
1. Acquire necessary permits (though this is often unnecessary for agricultural projects).
2. Sign contract and give deposit.
3. Prepare site.
4. Crew drills holes and has them inspected when required.
5. Crew constructs building.
Yes. We offer a variety of interior packages, including steel siding and ceiling, drywall, plywood, and pine tongue and groove. We also offer complete horse stall packages, including tongue and groove walls and even tile flooring. Ask your sales rep about our many interior options.
Most post frame garage floors are finished with either 4” of stone or 4” of stone and 4” of concrete. You may choose to do this yourself or have us do it for you.
Yes. Ask Your sales rep for details.
Typically, a quote is accurate for 30 days. Steel and lumber prices fluctuate from time to time. This affects the accuracy of quotes.