Building code requirements, that change from region to region and even within the same state as well as requirements that may be unique to the customer, make it impractical to post prices on the website at this time.
Yes, you can put down as much as you like; we actually encourage you to put more down. The monthly payments are based on the remaining balance.
No, we never check your credit. All you need is an initial down payment or the first two rental payments to get started.
Yes, you will have to supply the foundation blocks (concrete blocks) to set the building on. Your delivery driver will inform you in advance of the quantity needed for your style building. Please have them on location when the building arrives.
There are no hidden charges, we offer free delivery, (up to 50 miles) free setup and leveling, we also anchor the building for free if you are located in the required zone.
All of our standard deliverable buildings can be purchased rent-to-own. Special orders may require a cash purchase, although we do accommodate a high degree of custom orders through the addition of many available options on our rent-to-own buildings. If the customer intends to alter the building with construction or painting it will need to be a cash purchase.
*Rent to own not available for Oklahoma (lease to own only)
Graceland offers the strongest warranties in the business. All shingle and metal roof products have a 25 year manufacturer’s warranty. All treated wood products have a limited lifetime manufacturer’s warranty, and Graceland offers a 7-year warranty on workmanship.
We use treated materials, but with any wood products, routine maintenance is suggested to extend the life of your wooden structure. Our wood products are backed with a manufacturer’s limited lifetime warranty.
You are responsible for granting a clear access to the delivery location. If part of a fence or gate has to be removed, Graceland is not responsible for repairing or replacing fences, gates, trees, bushes, shrubs, etc.
Requirements pertaining to zoning, permits, setbacks, and covenants vary from municipality to municipality therefore you will need to contact your local government agencies to find out what you will need. If you live in a community that is part of a home owners association be sure to find out what rules and regulations they have concerning storage buildings.
The department of transportation regulations require the building to be no wider than 14’ at the widest point. This is why the building is measured from eave to eave. Our smaller sized buildings are measured from wall to wall.