Over the past 30 years, SJ Stanberry & Sons Ltd has built a very good reputation for efficient and cost effective solutions to moving, disposing, re-furbishing, installing and supplying portable buildings, nationwide.
Having built up an excellent track record and reputation for our portable building services, primarily in Cambridgeshire, Lincolnshire, Leicestershire, Norfolk and Suffolk over many years, SJ Stanberry & Sons Ltd have proven to give all clients a fast, professional and reliable service.
Whether you need to move a building internally or externally or are looking for an additional building to increase your space, or a temporary building on site, SJ Stanberry & Sons Ltd can offer you a ‘one stop’ service to meet all your requirements.
Portable buildings have a wide range of uses such as offices, nurseries, classrooms, staffroom, stock room, toilets, showers or a kitchen, literally anything you require. SJ Stanberry & Sons offer local authorities, schools, businesses and the public extra space quickly and cost efficiently with a new or refurbished portable building. Whether you need to move a building internally or externally or are looking to increase your space, permanently or temporary, we can offer you a tailored service to meet your needs.
During a site visit we will discuss your requirements, not only for the building, but also any additional work you may require i.e. foundations, drainage and connection or disconnection of mains services. This allows you to plan and budget for all aspects of the project and gives peace of mind knowing that expert help is at hand on your project.
All Health & Safety aspects, your own site restrictions and needs will be assessed and discussed with you.
We are also able to offer new or used containers which can provide various uses such as workshops, secure lockable storage, tea rooms and site huts. These can be purchased outright or rented.
Portable building services available include:
- Installation & Services
- Steps, Skirts & Ramps
- New Buildings – Typical Designs