Modular buildings have a reputation for being "spongey" or having floor movement. This is common in "industry-standard" units that build to meet the code. If you are steering away from a modular building because you don't like the way the floors feel, learn more about the sub floor or "DECKING".
A great solution is to just upgrade the thickness of the sub floor and you will see huge results. Our classroom modular buildings are typically 1 1/8" thick and this holds up to the daily traffic of children with stupendous results.
If you are looking for a short term or long term space solution it is great to have a stable floor underfoot. Clients looking for a permanent space solution will choose the concrete floor modular buildings and know they have selected a 50 year+ life cycle option. Architects will generally suggest you consider this in your total budget.
Since the cost of materials goes up with each grade of OSB or Plywood selected budget is often a concern, but once you feel the difference underfoot, you know you have made the right choice.
If you are not sure take a stroll through your local hardware store and look at the different decking materials, by seeing and feeling the difference you can have a complete understanding of the variables in quality and life cycle.
For more detail contact our preconstruction team at Modular Solutions, Ltd
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