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Welcome to our FAQ’s page where you will find answers to the most commonly asked questions.
Yes, Eagle Buildings can now be built on site! On-site build quotes are dependent upon where the build will take place, the building type, and size. We also require a larger up-front payment. Please contact your local dealer for a quote.
A reasonably flat (as opposed to level) area is required – we will level the building to the existing terrain. The building does not need any additional foundation work such as gravel or concrete. We can certainly place the building on these foundations. However, they are not required for installation.
Installation includes placing and leveling the building on site. We do not remove obstacles or provide ground leveling services. The buildings are leveled to the terrain with treated wood blocks (ground contact rated). If you prefer, you can supply 4″ x 8″ x 16″ solid concrete blocks (1 block for every 4 perimeter feet) to use in place of the treated wood blocks. These must be on site at the time of the installation. Drivers may charge extra for extremely difficult deliveries.
Custom color options are available. Please see your local dealer for more details.
Standard single door clearance on a wood building is 46”, and double door clearance is a true 70”. On metal buildings, the single door clearance is 48”, and the double door clearance is a true 72”.
One free delivery attempt is included in the price of the building, within a 50-highway-mile radius of the dealer lot where the building was purchased. If the distance to your site is greater than 50 miles, there is a $3 per mile one-way charge payable when the building is purchased.
Yes. Cost will be determined on a case by case basis. You will need to contact the transportation department at 731-642-0006 extension 4 and give them the exact location of the new address.
No. The installers are not equipped to remove or haul old buildings or other debris of any type.
We do not obtain building permits, conduct covenant searches or research deed and homeowner association restrictions. All local code or building inspection requirements are the sole responsibility of the homeowner.
There must be at least one foot of side clearance during transport, and the building must be at least three feet from any other structures or the property line. In other words, if you choose a 10-foot-wide building, we will require 12 feet of clearance to get it to the site and 16 feet of clearance in order to place the building on the ground.
The trailers are about 30 inches in height. The buildings range in height from the short wall utility buildings (102 inches) to the lofted barn with 3 inches of optional, additional height (139 inches). Depending on the model the customer chooses, the installer would need a minimum clearance of between 11.5 feet to 15 feet.
Yes, with advance notice, the installer can unload the building from the trailer and maneuver it onto the site with some specialized equipment. The installer will discuss your specific needs when the delivery is scheduled.
No. Any necessary removal and/or replacement of obstacles on the site is the sole responsibility of the homeowner.
Yes, we sell ramps for our buildings: 4’ ramp for single-door 8’ wide buildings, 6’ ramp for double-door 10’ or 12’ wide buildings.
No maintenance is required. We do recommend that you apply a stain to your treated building within 6 months to 1 year of receiving it.
The customer is responsible for contacting your local city and county agencies in regard to zoning, permits, setbacks, and covenants. Also it is recommended that you contact your Homeowners Association (if applicable) to determine what neighborhood rules and regulations may apply.