Originally Posted by wbdavey
Just a thought - Ask a contractor how much it would cost to raise the whole building up and add 2-3 rows of cement blocks on top of the slab? If you can't lower the ocean, raise the bridge!
Best advice of the thread.
You don't want to be fussing with removing the tires everytime you want to move it in or out. That will get real old real fast. Letting it sit on the brake drums (or whatever other piece of low-hanging structure under there happens to hit first) is also not a great idea. And don't monkey with the AC unit, they leak enough when they roll out of the factory. Raise the roof, or dig up the concrete and lower the floor, or raise the whole building up off the slab with a few runs of block. Best options. Not cheap, but cheaper then building a new building.
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