Quality Buildings
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FAQ

Frequently asked questions about Quality Buildings, our rent to own program, etc.

 
 

FAQ

Do I need good credit?

No. We do not run a credit check.

Can your products be customized?

Yes. All products we offer have unique options available. Please consult the product catalog for all available options. 

Do your products come with a warranty?

Yes. All products we offer come with a warranty. Please consult the product catalog for specific warranty information. 

DO I NEED A PERMIT FOR MY STORAGE BUILDING?

The answer to this question will depend greatly on your address. If you live in the country outside of any city limits and have no HOA, you may very well not need a permit.

Oklahoma cities all have different requirements. For example, Oklahoma city may and may not require a permit for a storage building. The city recommends calling their Oklahoma City Plan Review at 405-297-2525 to get a straight answer.

If you live in Norman, Ok, here is a quote from the city's site about permits.

"In general, all storage buildings (accessory buildings) over 108 square feet require a building permit. If the accessory building has a permanent foundation, however, a permit is required regardless of size. A foundation is not required for an accessory building less than 400 square feet that is not heated for habitable space. If a permit is not required, the property owner is still responsible for locating the accessory building within the minimum zoning setbacks and that its height does not exceed the height of the main dwelling unit."

Please make sure to routinely check their site or better yet call the Norman City Permit Staff at 405-366-5339 as this information can change at any time.

For the city of Edmond, OK their answer to storage building permits is as follows:

When is a building permit required?

Anytime you are adding to or removing the structural framework of a building due to remodeling, a fire restoration or similar situations, it will require you to purchase a building permit. If you are building or purchasing a detached structure to be located on your property for a garage, barn or storage purposes and it exceeds 200 square feet, you are required to purchase a building permit.”

Their website is linked here. Please make sure to check this often as well as this information can and will change at any time.

Of course, the neighborhood you live in may also have its own set of rules HOA rules. Please be sure to check in with them to get updated rules.

What if a storage building or SWING SET will not fit through my gate?

Swing sets can be built on-site with installation, but currently we do not offer build-on-site for storage buildings, greenhouses or chicken coops.

What do I need to do to prepare my site for my new storage building?

Customer is responsible to provide a clear path to the site. The site will need to be reasonably level (within 12"). Our buildings are built with treated skids and can bet set directly on the ground. Treated blocks are provided at no charge to the level building.

I am preparing a concrete slab for my building, what size should I plan to pour?

Plan to pour the slab to exactly the width of the building that you are purchasing. For the length of the building, pour the slab one foot (12”) shorter than the length of the building to allow for the building’s overhang.

How do I pay my bill online?

First time users need to request access to our payment system by calling 866-610-9608. Once your accounts has been set-up, you can log in to the system using the PAY ONLINE link at the top right corner of the website.

How do I order touch up paint for my storage building?

Order a can of free touch up paint here.

Can I get replacement parts for my building, even if it is out of warranty?

Yes. We’re so glad to hear that your building outlived it’s hardware. To request replacements, submit a parts request and we will do our best to accommodate the request.

How do I have my building moved?

You can contact us at 866-626-4165 to request a move estimate.

Where should I mail my payment?

P.O. Box 6079, Norman, OK 73070