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Material Only F.A.Q

Design and Engineering Questions

Will you design the building to meet local building codes?

Yes, please e-mail us the design information and then we will call you to discuss the design requirements. Professional engineering review and sealed plans for the building shell can be provided at an additional cost and varies throughout the United States.

Can you design the building to a higher snow load?

Yes, please e-mail us the design information and then we will call you to discuss the design requirements. Professional engineering review and sealed plans for the building shell can be provided at an additional cost and varies throughout the United States.

Do I need a building permit?

If additional design requirements (i.e. snow load) or additional building plans are required for the purchaser to obtain the permit, please contact the Cleary corporate office directly for the additional cost. Any plans provided by Cleary will depict the construction and design of the components provided by Cleary only. In some jurisdictions, the building official may require additional plans sealed by a design professional to address soil conditions, position on the lot, site grading, fire department access, life safety, exiting, building occupant load, lighting, electrical, plumbing and mechanical. The owner is responsible for retaining a design professional to provide these services where required.

Delivery and Freight Questions

Will you deliver anywhere in the United States?

 Yes, we will deliver anywhere in the continental 48 states.  

What is the delivery procedure?

You will be called by the Cleary office before delivery to notify you of when the building material will arrive. Please be present at the time of delivery to inventory the material, assist with unloading.

Is there anything to check before the building material is delivered?

In an effort to insure that the delivery of your building goes smoothly, we remind you to check for the following:

Are there any roads or bridges leading to the building site which do not allow passage of vehicles weighing 32 tons?

Can the delivery truck (semi) get within 75′ of the building site?

What are my site access responsibilities?

The driver will need enough room to be able to unhook from the trailer and maneuver around freely to both sides of the trailer to begin unloading. 50’ minimum width, 80’-90’ minimum length

The perfect site would allow the semi to move around both sides of the trailer, on a level site, to unload building materials on both sides of the jobsite.

The semi and a 48’ trailer combination hooked up will be 68’ in overall length. Any truss longer than 48’ would add to the overall length. For instance, a 50’ truss on a 48’ trailer would make the overall length 70’.

The semi unhooked from the trailer is 20’ in length.

The semi is not a four-wheel drive vehicle and can become very vulnerable in slick conditions as well as poorly compacted jobsites (such as sand, pea gravel, etc.)

What are the requirements for the unloading area of my building?

When the building materials are delivered to the construction site you must have enough area for the actual building and the building materials. All labor standards are based upon material being unloaded within 75′ of building site. Example: A 60’ x 100’ building would need approximately 22’ in width x 60’ in length area for the building materials. This area will allow for enough room for storage of the building materials.

Please making sure all obstacles that could be in the way to access the unloading area are removed or moved prior to delivery i.e. trees, fences/posts, portable and stationary basketball hoops etc.

The unloading area should be well marked and designated by spray painting the area for delivery.

The Purchaser is required to be on the site at the time of delivery.

What are the payment terms for the building?

25% Credit card payment to start the building process

75% Credit Card payment at least one (1) week prior to delivery

Can I pick up a building with my own truck?

Yes, but there will still be a minimal handling fee for the building package

International Questions

Will you deliver outside the United States?

Yes, please e-mail to discuss delivery options outside of the United States.

What are your International Payment Procedures?

International bank fees should not be deducted from payment. Customer is responsible for duty or customs fee. Only Visa, MasterCard, & Discover credit cards in US currency (dollars) will be accepted as payment. Be certain to indicate type of card, correct card number, verification number (a 3 or 4 digit code found on the back of your card following last four digits of credit card number), date of card expiration, and exact spelling of name on card.

25% Credit card payment to start the building process

75% Credit Card payment at least one (1) week prior to delivery

2% Cash discount on building package if you mail the Cleary corporate office a check for each payment above.

Can you load a building into a container for International shipping?

Yes, please contact Cleary via email or call to review the pricing and the container size