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Question DetailsAsked on 12/30/2013

Who are some good contractors to build a boat shed and driveway in Navarre, FL?

I need a partially enclosed boat shed and about 50' and driveway built at my home.

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I would say your best bet would be a garage contractor if going stick built, or a prefab building contraxtor if going prefab metal - in your area, with hurricane/tornado wind loading codes, I would guess the prefab might be cheapest. Check yellow pages or google in your area for those categories, then check by name on Angie's List for ratings and reviews - I doubt they have garage contractors as a category, maybe prefab buildings.

Don't forget to include in your specs, if not going to be totally enclosed, tiedown points for your boat - people build sheds and forget the boat is light and on wheels so it will fly around in the shed in a high wind if not tied down.

The driveway I would contract out separately to a driveway contractor.

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Answered 5 years ago by LCD




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