The first thing that comes to your mind when you are thinking of portable buildings is something like a rectangular block with a door. Portable buildings are usually associated with construction sites, special events and any other locations that might be temporary but suitable for you.

However, you might be surprised to see the portable buildings today can come in various shapes, sizes and indeed designs which are so convincing that it would be difficult to differentiate a used portable buildings from a conventional in situ building.

Design features like roof and ceiling styles, internal finishes and external cladding options, colors schemes and building finishes, window styles and positioning options will ensure that portable and modular buildings are indistinguishable from the conventional buildings.

Portable buildings provide a great solution for either permanent or temporary use. They can be easily expanded, adding new modules to increase the room space or decreased or sold when no longer required.

There are many standard layouts are available that can be usually delivered immediately and they can be custom designed to suit your requirements. The growing trend is to use portable buildings to build large office complexes, usually multi-story with internal stairs, including multiple internal offices and kitchen or bathroom facilities.