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4 Ways Pop Up Buildings Are Cost-Effective

Posted by admin on May 28, 2019

counting-coins.jpgPop-up buildings (also known as prefabricated constructions or modular buildings) are generally seen as much cheaper than ordinary or “traditional” buildings.

While this is mostly true, in what way are they more cost-effective? In other words, how does it help businesses save money?

Let’s take a look at the main reasons why pop up buildings help you save a lot of cash.

Less Time to Build

Generally speaking, due to the materials used, pop up buildings take less time to build than normal construction projects.

Less time to build means less money paid to workers spending time in getting your construction up and running. Being built off-site, too, helps a great deal in driving down the costs.

Takes Up Less Space

While this isn’t true for every modular building, they generally cost less per square foot than the alternative and this is why they’re so attractive to many businesses.

As a rule of thumb, the cost of modular buildings per square foot is 10 to 20% less than a usual building.  

Again, while this isn’t true for every prefab building, it is generally accepted that less maintenance is needed when it comes to making a pop-up building.

Little Maintenance Needed

This is due, once again, to the materials used and the general sturdiness of each construction (usually solid steel). Brick and mortar need not apply here.


Finally, rather than build whole new premises on another patch of land, you can pick up modular constructions and take them with you wherever you go.

Seeing as the only thing you’ll need to pay in this regard is fuel costs, this means that you’ll save a ton of money. In short, getting a pop-up building is well worth the investment!

If your business is in need of a prefabricated building, why not take a look at our past work at Quickway Buildings and start saving money today?

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