I have been looking to get into tractor sales. I know, it sounds like an odd profession to be looking at, but in this economy you have to get creative. I am a good businessperson, and I know that tractors will sell in my little corner of the world. I just have been unsure of where to begin when it comes to a storage facility for these tractors. It seems a bit naive to start buy tractors if I don’t have a place to keep them or sell them from! I imagine I will do quite a bit of online business, but I still need a warehouse of some kind to store the tractors in, and the old barn out back just isn’t going to hold many more tractors!

In order to solve this impending problem, I decided to look a bit more into warehouses, specifically steel warehouses. I discovered that General Steel is a reputable source of said buildings. They make it really easy to figure out solutions to what otherwise seem like difficult problems, like what kind of steel should I use? How big do I need to make this thing? And how in the world am I going to be able to afford all of this! Before I started really digging into this, I knew I needed to talk to some people who knew what was going to be the best option for me personally.

My project is a somewhat unusual one. I need a warehouse, but it can’t be just any old steel structure. It needs to be something that would really do my business justice, not just some giant steel building that looked prepared for the apocalypse. It also needs to be secure. If I am preparing to sell expensive merchandise like tractors, I cannot afford for anything to be stolen. In the end, that is why I have decided to go with steel over any other material. Nothing else seems quite as secure as steel, and on top of that there are few other materials that can boast a fifty year warranty like the prefabricated buildings General Steel sells can. I want this to be a business that my children and my children’s children inherit. This will be a family operation for years to come, and if I want to have something of value to pass on to my children, I need something durable.

My top priorities have to be durability, security, and appearance. That has been my biggest concern in the entire process. As someone sells tractors, you have to be careful that prospective customers don’t view your operation as some backyard business. You have to seem credible. That’s why, after some pretty serious deliberation, I have chosen General Steelhttp://www.generalsteelcompany.com as the company to help me take this big step! I got a great quote off of their website, and it seems that they will be able to meet every need that I have! It won’t just be some giant terrifying steel structure! It is going to be my place of business, and I am really excited to get started.

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Caroline Yates

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