Modular Church Buildings New Hampshire

Modular Church Buildings New Hampshire

Modular church buildings in New Hampshire are becoming a more popular option for religious organizations needing more space. Instead of spending a great deal of money constructing completely new structures from the ground up, many churches are choosing modular buildings, because they cost much less and can be delivered much faster. Talk to a Modular Genius representative to find out why a modular structure may be perfect for your church.

Built to Last

The quality – and appearance – of modular buildings have changed significantly over the years. What were once merely functional boxes with no aesthetic properties whatsoever are now comfortable, beautiful structures. We can design a building that can blend in perfectly with other structures that are already on your property. Or, if you want your building to be unique, we can provide that as well.

One of the most common questions we receive is how long a modular building will last. Another important advancement in modular technology is that these buildings must adhere to the same building and occupancy standards or site-built structures. As a result, they have to be made of strong, durable materials that are built to withstand the elements for decades.

When it comes to modular buildings, they actually have to be made to higher standards in regard to to bad weather. The reason is that once a structure is ready for delivery, it must be transported by truck. Along the way, the building has to be able to handle extremely high winds.

There are certain factors that can negatively impact the lifespan of a modular building. For example, if it’s installed incorrectly, or not put through rigorous quality control processes, it won’t last as long. If the building is used for something other than its original purpose, that can also lead to issues. Also, neglecting regular maintenance can cause a modular building to deteriorate before its time.

In general, however, a modular structure should at least last 30-50 years, as long as it’s properly maintained. Various components, such as interior finishes and roofing systems, will need more regular maintenance than others. A Modular Genius representative can give you much more information on how this type of building should be maintained in order to maximize its longevity.

The Differences Between Temporary and Permanent Modular Buildings

If you’ve done any research into modular buildings, you may have come across terms such as “temporary” and “permanent.” You may think a temporary modular structure is made of inferior materials, but that’s not the case at all. It merely means this type of building is intended for short-term use. After that time the building is made for easy teardown and relocation.

The main difference between temporary and permanent modular structures is the way they’re installed. A temporary building isn’t affixed to the land on which it sits. Temporary structures sit on a concrete foundation, with skirting to enclose the crawl space. A permanent building also sits on a larger concrete foundation, and doesn’t require skirting. Also, temporary structures are made of lighter materials, making them easier to dismantle and move to a different location.

Ready for More Information?

If you would like to learn more about modular church buildings in New Hampshire, get in touch with the experts at Modular Genius. Give us a call at (888) 420-1113 or contact us online.