Jun 6, 2013

Schools Sell and Donate Their Modular Classrooms

This time of the year I seem to get several calls from school districts in the U.S. that want to get rid of perfectly good used portable modular classrooms. Why? So they can either move new modular trailers in or they recently completed construction and no longer need the temporary trailers to house students.

For example, today I received a call from a contractor who is responsible for removing twenty-four 24' x 40' modular classrooms from a school campus in Riverside County, California and all they want is $2,000 each plus the cost of removal. A few days ago I took another call from a large church in Georgia that has a 36' x 60' modular classroom to get rid of - for next to nothing.

In some cases a school district or church will simply donate their modular buildings to another organization in need of space - this leaves only the costs for removal, transportation and set up. What a deal!
For those of you searching for a modular classroom, modular daycare building or maybe even a modular church building I suggest that you do one of two things:

1. Contact your local school districts and inquire about their used modular classrooms or call me (Matt Banes) directly at (714) 442-2757 ext 502.

2. Complete the form below and see if your local modular supplier has some inexpensive used classrooms for you to buy or rent.



This post was approved by the Senior Editor of www.imodular.com, a GBM Marketing, Inc. web property.

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