Frequently Asked Questions
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Here’s what you need to know before your storage building is installed:
Clearing the Site
Clean the site of all debris (tree stumps, shrubs, plants, dog waste, trash, etc.) and create a clear pathway to and from where our delivery vehicle will park.
Leveling the Site
Assembling your storage shed on a level foundation ensures that your Stor-Mor Shed will function correctly and efficiently for many years to come. This requires you to provide us with a level site. Extra charges apply for leveling an area, however, leveling the site with extra blocks/shims doesn’t always give the customer the professional finished look they desire. To remedy this, you may need to prepare an unlevel area with road mix or gravel before we arrive. Please see your sales associate for details.
If changes to, rescheduling and/or cancellation of an order occur within 5 business days of installation, a reschedule/change or restocking fee may apply. At this point, your building materials have already been ordered and the prefabrication process has been started. Late notices of rescheduling/cancellation or changes prevent us from scheduling another project in place of yours.
In order for Stor-Mor Sheds to complete your project as promised, please be aware of the following:
- Your Stor-Mor crew will arrive on site, unload materials and begin the construction of your new shed.
- Please make sure an adult is able to meet the crew and show them where to place your structure.
- An out of level area will force our installers to stop work and collect an additional leveling fee prior to resuming. Failure to obtain your authorization to complete this work and receive payment may result in a delay of your project’s completion.
- Our installers will need a power source within 100’ of the build site to use for their compressors and hand tools.
- The weather seldom interferes with the installation of your shed. Rain, snow, and sleet will most likely not prevent installation. Ask for details.
it is normal for roofing nails to poke through the roof on the inside of your building. This is necessary due to building codes requiring shingle nails to pierce the roof decking material and does not affect the performance of the roof.