FAQ - Fabric Buildings

We have a contract with the Missouri department of transportation and we do a significant amount of work in Missouri but we have traveled to Ohio, Kansas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Illinois, Iowa and Nebraska to install buildings.  We will travel about anywhere we are needed.

Yes! Tension fabric is pressure and temperature treated to minimize the effect of temperature and environment on the fabric. Buildings and structures constructed using tension fabric are supported by PVC frames and steel frames. Tension fabric can last up to 20 years in normal conditions. Efficient coating and careful usage increases its life up to 30 years.

A steel frame is used to provide support to the fabric roof, depending on the width of the structure, this may be a truss style frame or a single pipe frame.  On larger buildings we use a cross pipe purlin system rather than a single purlin for greater durability.  The frame coating options include hot dipped galvanized, simple galvanized, powder galvanized and primer painting.

We are located right on the Kansas, Missouri line in Kansas City. We have partnered with US based manufacturers to ensure that all our products are made in the US but they are manufactured in several different states

We are a distributor and installer of these buildings but all the companies we source from us 100% USA steel and supplies.

Tension fabric has become popular across different industries. From agriculture to the industrial sector, we serve clients from different industries where tension fabric is needed.

We usually respond to our valued customers ASAP.  Typically a custom ordered building can be completed within 6–8 weeks, weather permitting.

We do offer financing through a few different companies.  Please reach out to us for more details.

Fabric buildings can be built on a wide array of foundations.  Common forms are: concrete blocks, pony walls, helical pier, wood or metal beams and metal storage containers just to name a few.

Warranties differ between suppliers but most warranties will start at a minimum of 15 years and go up from there.

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