The Pro-Line Building's Blog

Pro-Line’s Commercial Building Process—Vol. 3

Posted by Mack Vanderbeek on Dec 27, 2017 2:16:19 PM

In the first two posts of our commercial building process series, we looked at the key phases that we go through when building a commercial space. In today’s final blog post of the series, Mack explores the daunting phase of city permitting. Don’t worry—we can help!

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Topics: Commercial

Pro-Line’s Commercial Building Process—Vol. 2

Posted by Mack Vanderbeek on Dec 27, 2017 2:08:55 PM

A lot goes into building a new commercial space that fills all of your needs. Pro-Line’s process is streamlined and focused on being your ultimate building partner. In our first blog post in this series, we discussed the first phases of our commercial building process.

Today, Mack Vanderbeek of the Pro-Line sales team is walking you through the key middle stages.

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Topics: Commercial

Pro-Line’s Commercial Building Process—Vol. 1

Posted by Mack Vanderbeek on Dec 27, 2017 2:00:18 PM

Considering building a new space for your business? Commercial building is an exciting and sometimes scary time for a business, but choosing the right building partner can make all the difference.

Our next few blog posts are going to explore our commercial building process directly from Mack Vanderbeek of our sales team. Today, we’re talking about the beginning stages of the process and our initial meeting.

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Topics: Commercial

Why Invest in a Pro-Line Building?

Posted by Jim Vanderbeek on Oct 24, 2017 3:30:11 PM

Why Pro-Line? Simply put, we pride ourselves on creating high quality buildings designed to fit our clients’ individual needs. What sets Pro-Line apart from our competitors is our solution-based, customer-centric process, top-of-the-line materials, and an experienced team.

In our past couple of blog posts, Jim Vanderbeek, owner of Pro-Line for 25 years, has given you a peek at our building approach and sales process. In today’s blog post, Jim discusses what makes Pro-Line top of the line. 

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Topics: Residential, Agricultural & Storage, Equine, Hobby Shop, Commercial, Municipal

How Does the Sales Process Work?

Posted by Jim Vanderbeek on Oct 24, 2017 3:07:45 PM

Thinking about starting the building process can be daunting. Pro-Line’s experienced team of experts works with you through every phase of the building process, and we pride ourselves on being your one-stop shop for all of your building needs. In our last blog post, we discussed Pro-Line’s philosophy and our approach to buildings. In today’s article, we’ll break down our sales process.

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Topics: Residential, Agricultural & Storage, Equine, Hobby Shop, Commercial, Municipal

Pro-Line’s Approach to Buildings

Posted by Jim Vanderbeek on Oct 24, 2017 2:50:35 PM

Our approach to the building process really comes down to two things: needs and solutions. We believe the best way to serve our clients is to identify their needs and then find the perfect solution.

More than simply a resource for materials and manpower, we aim to be your building expert. Jim Vanderbeek, owner of Pro-Line from 1992–2017, discusses our approach to buildings.

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Topics: Residential, Agricultural & Storage, Equine, Hobby Shop, Commercial, Municipal

How to Design Your Perfect Commercial Building

Posted by John Veenstra on Oct 18, 2017 11:50:59 AM

You’ve already got a booming business; now you just need to build the perfect space to house it. Designing the ideal commercial space can be tricky; identifying your needs and goals as a business should be your starting point. From there, following these guidelines will help you create your ideal business space.

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Topics: Commercial

Which Lumber Is the Right Lumber?

Posted by Jim Vanderbeek on Oct 18, 2017 11:46:59 AM

Choosing quality materials is an important part of the building process. To do it right, you need to weigh your options and understand the pros and cons of the different types of materials available. Today, we’re going to explore the world of lumber and options for your next project.

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Topics: Residential, Agricultural & Storage, Equine, Hobby Shop, Commercial, Municipal