If you peeled up the floor in the home that you live in, you’re probably going to see that there are two main parts. First there is the flooring itself, whether is it wood or tile or something else. Then there are pieces of wood called joists that hold the floor up. Flooring and joists – that’s two parts.
When you start talking to us about one of our buildings, you’ll find that our floors have three parts: flooring, the joists, and something else – called runners. Our buildings have runners so they will be portable. The runners secure the joists, keeping them from wobbling and jarring, and knocking the floor out of alignment . When you move one of our buildings onto your property for the first time, it will be sturdy and stable. If you decide to move it later on, those runners are there to keep the floor and joists firmly in place, so that your shed will be firmly supported in its new home.
Take a look at the floor model below, and then come on in to see it in action. The three parts to our floors are just one example of the type of quality you’ll find in all our the products that we have at Hometown. Give us a call for an appointment, or simply drop by. We’d love to show you around!