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FAQ’s

How are the buildings delivered?

Sunward will deliver your building to an accessible job site.

How long does it take from the time the order is placed to the time of delivery?

For a non-complex building, the standard delivery time, from start to finish, is 6-8 weeks.

How do I find a dealer in my area?
One of our account consultants can easily help you find a dealer in your area. Simply go to the “Contact Us” page of our website and we can further assist you with finding a dealer.

How are the buildings erected?
Generally speaking, there are thousands of erectors across the U.S. that can help you erect your building. We can provide lists of erectors in your area that you can choose from. However, we are not affiliated with these erectors as they are independent of Sunward Consolidated Group and claim no responsibility for their work.

How can I get a quote?
Quotes are available for any party that provides serious interest. One of our consultants for our company can help you get a quote; however, there are certain qualifications required to obtain a quote.

Do you have any buildings in my area that I can look at?
We have over 50,000 buildings throughout the U.S. Contact us and we can put you in touch with one of our consultants who can give you several locations of buildings in your area.

Do you have an erector that could help put up my building?
As previously noted, we can give you lists of erectors in your area, but these erectors are independent of Sunward Consolidated Group and we cannot claim responsibility for their work.

What tools will I need?

You will need: an electric impact wrench, level – 4′ long, vise grips or clamps, drift pins or punches, gin pole or hoisting equipment, come-along, taglines, chain or cables with chokers, ladders, scaffolding, metal shims, washers, electric drill and bits, acetylene torch set, rope or cable (for temporary bracing), box wrench, open end wrench, and sockets (probable sizes used: ¾”, 7/8″, 1-1/16″, 1-1/4″, 1-7/16″), screw gun with 2,500 RPM adjustable torque, screw gun socket drivers size 5/16″ and 3/8″, power actuated nail gun, concrete drill with masonry bits, steel measuring tapes 25′ long and 100′ long.

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