Price isn’t always the best criteria for choosing a supplier.

Several companies sell and rent used and new Modular School buildings and Portable Classrooms throughout the United States. These companies range in size and capabilities and most have available used modular school buildings for rent or purchase if your need is small scale. However, if you are planning to use multiple modular school buildings or have decided that modular is a viable option for building an entire campus – there are only a handful of truly capable firms in the business today.

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Selecting a modular school building provider largely depends on the size and scope of your project. Above is a simple guide that you can print or forward to anyone involved with your school space project. When you are ready to begin interviewing suppliers try using the iModular Supplier and Price comparison tool.

Notice that you will need to learn more about the modular school suppliers in your area before you begin discussing your project in detail. Selecting the right sized supplier is important – especially if you have a large school facility need.

Always consider these questions and concerns:

 What is the supplier’s ability to complete the project on time and budget?
➜ How much work does the supplier have scheduled during the time frame you need them?
Inquire about their bonding ability and financial status.
➜ It is always a smart move to request and check references from recent projects.

At we have been helping schools and churches make smart modular school building solutions since 1998. Hopefully, this article has the same effect on you. If not or if you have more questions please call the Modular Building Help Line at (800) 806-7485.

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Matt Banes

Matt Banes

Call me directly and I will help you make the smartest decisions before you buy, rent or sell a modular building or portable classroom anywhere in the United States. (800) 806-7485.
Since 1988, I have helped thousands of businesses, public and private schools, and places of worship with decisions concerning planning, permitting, floor plan design and financing of temporary and permanent modular spaces. So, why wait? Call me directly at the Modular Building Help Line today!