We discuss with a considerable number of potential beneficiaries daily and the most frequent question is: " How much is a square metre of a hall? "
Our advice would be to never buy from a company which tells you the price. They do not know anything about building a hall or building in general.
The price of a hall and of a squre metre of a hall implicitly depends on:
-The area where the hall is to be built and which gives the possible charges determined by snowfall quantity, wind power or seismic activity.
-The width of the hall
-The number of intermediary columns
-The height of the hall
-The existence or absence of bridge cranes
-The existence or absence of intermediary floors
-The thickness of the insulation
-The colour of the panels
-The area in which the hall will be delivered
- Possible gates, windows, wicket doors, curtain walls, etc.
-Fire protection possibly needed
-The building type
-Possible smoke hatches
-Additional charges for firefighting installations, cables, suspended ceilings, photovoltaic panels, etc.
-The season when the building is built (summer or winter)
-When you want your construction finished
-The way you want to pay
-A combination of all of the above.
Industrial halls are mostly complex buildings. This is a reason for you to provide as many details as possible in order to get a realistic price. Do not be limited to asking a price per square metre. Have a closer look at what the price per square metre would include when the building is finished.
Be cautious. When you ask a professional about the price per square metre, you might not be taken seriously.
May you make A SAFE INVESTMENT!!!