Modular Daycare Building Helps Operator Solve Facility Space Crunch

An affordable and convenient option – a Modular Daycare Building

Let’s face it, if you own a childcare business with multiple locations designing and building a new daycare facility or school can be expensive and time consuming. This may be why more private operators, schools and churches are turning to used or new, custom designed modular daycare buildings and portable classrooms to solve facility space problems and meet enrollment demand in growing communities.

If planned properly a modular building can make a fast and affordable daycare facility.
Using modular building is a smart way to expand your 
daycare business. Call iModular for planning advice 
at (800) 806-7485.

“I’ve been buying new modular buildings for our chain of daycare centers in the U.S. and am really impressed with the design and financing flexibility offered by the modular building manufacturers. I initially used iModular.com for help. Matt Banes shared some really smart design ideas, site selection advice and helped me personally save time finding the most reliable manufacturer for our daycare facility” stated a private daycare operator headquartered in Miami, Florida.

If you are in the planning stage for a new facility and would like to learn everything you need to know about using a modular building feel free to call me directly at (800) 806-7485 or start by completing my online modular daycare building information form.

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Matt Banes

I'm a "lifer" in the modular building industry and have spent over three decades helping people buy, rent, and sell all types of mobile and modular buildings for a wide variety of commercial and residential uses.

One of my success secrets is being available by phone to quickly answer questions and help my clients find what they need quickly and cost effectively. So, why wait? Call me right now nationwide at (800) 806-7485 or email Matt@iModular.com.

1 Comment

  • Major operators across the U.S. use new and used modular buildings to open new centers. If your budget won't permit a new modular building try shopping for a nice used model. Most modular building suppliers have classrooms that can be modified to meet daycare center needs and some suppliers have used daycare modulars available for rent or purchase.