Every Morton building is constructed to fit your needs. Unlike other companies, the cost of a Morton building includes material, labor, tax and delivery. This means you won’t encounter surprise costs or additional fees as your project develops so you won’t have to worry about outspending your budget.
One of the most critical things to remember when seeking a price for a Morton building is that the most reliable source throughout the process will always be a local Morton sales consultant, as they are equipped with the knowledge to explain what a building will cost and why it will cost that amount. To determine the cost of your building, your Morton sales consultant will listen to your ideas and consider factors that pertain to your specific project, giving you an accurate pricing estimate.
Factors that affect the scope and total price of a project:
- Building size
- Material Cost
- Construction timeline
- Distance and accessibility of site
- Local codes
The most significant variables include the size of your building, features you choose for your building, location of your building and the site you plan to build on. Geography, climate conditions and codes can also affect the price of a building. Additional costs to consider include concrete, HVAC, plumbing, and finishing features, which can range anywhere from $50 per square foot to more than $100 per square foot.
Before any Morton building vision can become a reality, customers must coordinate building site planning and preparation, and this can also increase the cost of the project. Every Morton building is unique – a two-car garage built in the Florida panhandle may not be engineered identically to a two-car garage built in upstate New York, and prices vary across the country.
For more detailed pricing information in your area, please contact your local sales office.