Excel Modular Buildings was contacted by a local construction company based in Lincolnshire to manufacture a special Quarantine Facility for their client ABP.
“Although this was a first in terms of ” a quarantine interior fit out”, it wasn’t a problem as we like to be as flexible as possible when it comes down to client requirements. We were given a brief by the client and the rest was left to our technical team to produce a building fit for purpose.” confirmed Liam Price.
If you would like further details of this type of building or have a special project please contact our sales team for further information.
Posted on 23rd Nov 2016 10:12:30 by Lisa.Coyne
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Modular and traditional buildings have different construction requirements. Depending on what you need for your construction site, you can choose which option helps you to save time and money.
You can get in touch with us on + 44 1482 488664 to speak to our skilled team about modular building solutions. We’re always happy to answer any query you might have!
Posted on 18th Nov 2016 16:15:30 by Micheala.Martin
TRADE ALERT: We have 2no. Classroom blocks available, currently sited in East London. The buildings are approximately 6 years old and in excellent condition.
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Posted on 17th Nov 2016 11:44:37 by Lisa.Coyne
Tags: CHEAP MODULAR BUILDINGS.
Owning a modular building is a great way to create extra space for education or business purposes, however ensuring that it is secure at all times is something to be thought of. You usually won’t even think about securing it unlike main buildings on your premises, however making sure that it is theft-proof is essential.Although our anti-theft modular buildings are extremely safe and secure due to being made from steel, you may want to go that extra mile to protect your equipment for your own piece of mind.
Although our anti-theft modular buildings are extremely safe and secure due to being made from steel, you may want to go that extra mile to protect your equipment for your own piece of mind.
Installing a CCTV System
You may already have CCTV on your property, however installing a camera on your modular building is an ideal way of deterring thieves and preventing them from breaking into your property initially. Should a thief succeed on entering, you will have clear footage of the event occurring, which will make it much easier to track down suspects once taken to the police.
Installing an Alarm System
Installing an alarm system to deter thieves is also a good idea. You are either able to connect it to the mains supply via an AC adapter or go for a battery powered option. The noise is usually so severe and high-pitched that thieves shouldn’t be able to stand the noise for very long.
Instead of leaving your windows uncovered, revealing your modular building’s entire contents, it may be an option to fit curtains so that thieves are unable to have a snoop at your possessions. It will be obvious that the building is vacant during the evenings, therefore thieves can easily use a torch to catch a glimpse of what they want and plan a theft from your property soon after.
Other methods of security to think of may include turnstiles, access barriers and intercom systems. These are of course exterior features outside of the modular building located on your premises but ensures that your building is that little bit more secure.
Posted on 17th Nov 2016 09:18:16 by Micheala.Martin
Modular units are great all-year round spaces for domestic, commercial and academic use. However, it’s worth remembering that to get the most out of your Excel Modular unit, you’re going to have to take some precautionary measures – particularly when the winter weather arrives.
By following these simple tips, you can ensure that your modular building remains in perfect condition all year round.
Protect Your Excel Modular Building Against the Elements
If it’s at all possible, try to use heaters in order to keep up the internal temperature of the structure and try to shield windowed areas from inclement weather. By protecting your modular unit from the elements you’re reducing the likelihood of structural damage from wind, rain, ice and snow. It’s a good idea to try to identify holes or draughty areas before the end of November to allow you plenty of time to arrange repairs before the coldest spells of the year hit home.
Add Skirting Boards
Believe it or not, skirting board is much more than an aesthetic means of home improvement. Skirting can help to keep moisture levels down whilst providing additional insulation, meaning that your modular unit will stay at a consistent temperature during the colder winter months, and costs less to heat during the summer.
Add Support to the Rear of the Unit
By supporting the hitch and back section of your modular unit, you can expect to stop the sides of the unit from cracking or warping in sub-zero conditions. This will also help to keep any door or window fittings in good condition.
Take Additional Steps During Periods of Non-use
If you don’t intend on using your modular unit during the winter months, take care to drain any water heaters or pipes and add antifreeze to waste traps in order to avoid leaks or breakages when you return to the unit.
Check Sealed Areas
Inspect all roof seams and windowed areas, and if needs be, apply caulking in order to prevent cold air or water from seeping in.
Call an Expert like Excel Modular for Advice
If you’re unsure on how to prepare your modular unit this winter, why not contact us for help and advice?
Posted on 16th Nov 2016 17:14:24 by Micheala.Martin