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Hangar Design

bigblackmastiff

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Hi all.


I've been kicking aroundthe idea of developing/managing hangar rentals as a side business to help support the payments on a property. In part, the success would hinge on the cost to put up some decent hangar space to replace beaten shade hangars.


I've looked at some used erect-a-tube units. The doors are a good value but overall i think the cost per unit of the entire setup isn't practical.


I want to avoid multiple planes behind a single door (common hangar) due to hangar rash and tenant A moving tenant B's plane etc.


I've lightly looked into pole barn construction, quonset hut, bi-fold doors, hung rolling doors, etc.


I'd like to hear from those that can offer suggestions on what to build. I'm looking for the most bang-for-buck in materials. The market in my area supports about $150 a month rental. I'd initially have around 10 units with probable expansion. I would also like to use similar construction alongside to store cars,boats,RV's on property.


Dan
 

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