Here are 7 reasons to invest in a Wick Building. Click the plus below to learn more.
Wick's Licensed Professional Engineers (PE) stay current with the latest codes and building technologies, and they create the standards for all Wick's designs.
Using those standards, Wick's trained designers custom design each building to your needs. You'll get both a building that meets your needs and stands the test of time.
Wick uses only machine graded or machine evaluated lumber for all structural components such as truss members, girts and purlins.
In addition to the visual benefits of cleaner lumber with less bark and knots, it's at least 15% stronger than regular lumber so you'll see less maintenance down the road.
All Wick exterior steel is screwed down with color-matched screws - no nails.
Reduces nail pops and maintenance while increasing strength against weather elements like snow and wind.
As the old saying goes "a warranty is only as good as the company that backs it up."
Wick takes its commitment to warranty and service very seriously and year-after-year most of our sales come from past customers and referrals.
We proudly stand behind every building warranty and are an accredited member of the Better Business Bureau.
Wick partners with independent builders from your area who you know, and who Wick trusts.
They live and work in your community so you'll know who to contact should you need service, an addition or another Wick Building.
Full-hard steel, 82,000 PSI hardness or better. Twice as impact resistant as 30,000 PSI commercial-grade steel. You'll appreciate that when hail falls on the roof or the mower throws stones at the wall - less dents.
Exterior steel is G-90 galvanized. Compared to G-60 you'll get 50% more corrosion protection, so your Wick building will look great longer.
Akzo Nobel Ceram-a-Star 1050 paint. Warranted not to chip, fade or crack for 40 years. Highly reflective for energy efficiency, which keeps your building much cooler on those hot summer days.
Wick crews know only one way to build: the right way.
The crew that builds your building will be trained in the Wick way of building so you can be assured that your building will both look and perform as designed.