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Quonset Huts? #1024826 Mon Apr 28 2014 04:38 PM
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Roadmarks Offline OP
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After searching the 'bolt' and finding nothing, I thought I'd ask here. After all, a place out of the weather to work and store your pride and joy is a real tool!

Does anyone have or use a modern Quonset Hut? Where did you get it? In general terms, what did it cost? How hard was it to assemble, wire, etc? How about the slab? Size? Is the size you have to big or small?

Of course, not all companies are equal, but I will NOT do business with "Rocket Buildings" because of their
hard push to close a sale "right now!" and the rudeness of the man I was trying to talk to.

Any info from 'bolters with actual knowledge would be a real help!

Thanks,

Les

Re: Quonset Huts? [Re: Roadmarks] #1024840 Mon Apr 28 2014 05:29 PM
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Re: Quonset Huts? [Re: Roadmarks] #1030017 Tue May 20 2014 07:12 PM
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Joseph_Y Offline
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I have a garden shed of that style. It is 12x10 on a concrete pad. It cost about 4500 bucks total I think. I bought the kit from steel master buildings. I can send you pictures if you want. Let me know.

- joseph Y.

Re: Quonset Huts? [Re: Roadmarks] #1034874 Wed Jun 11 2014 01:39 AM
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Thanks all! I found one in my area I can go look at.

Les

Re: Quonset Huts? [Re: Roadmarks] #1034929 Wed Jun 11 2014 12:28 PM
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Les,

Please report back on what you decide to do, and on how it works out.

Thanks,


Tim
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