Purchasing and rental options
Whether you require a prefabricated building to use as a storage building, a temporary warehouse, a logistics depot or for a sports and leisure application, the buildings from CopriSystems are sure to be a reliable and affordable option.
The lightweight and durable nature of the structures makes them an ideal choice for just about any project. Plus they offer fast installation times, so you won’t have to worry about site disruption while they’re being built.
What’s more, there are two different financing options for you to choose from, helping to ensure there’s a canopy, dome or rigid structure that suits your requirements, as well as your budget.
If you are looking for a custom-designed and semi-permanent structure, and have the necessary capital, an outright purchase of a prefabricated building could be the best choice.
With this option, you will have complete control over the layout of the structure, not to mention the ability to have it fit out to your exact building specifications . For example, you will be able to choose the exact dimensions and height of the building, the appearance, cladding and interior fittings.
You will also be able to have complete control over the building once it is completed.
We also offer flexible finance options for purchasing, enabling you to spread the cost over a number of years. Get in touch today to find out more.
For those seeking a temporary option, or one with a lower up-front cost, temporary building hire might be a better choice.
Perhaps you are expanding your business capacity and need short-term storage buildings to maintain the smooth running of your operations. Or maybe you are looking for an easy way to provide a sheltered sports court to keep your leisure facility running through the winter.
Whatever you require, a wide range of standard structures is available to rent on your choice of short or long term contracts. The cost will vary, depending on the size of the structure and at the end of the rental period, the structure will be returned to CopriSystems.