Getting The Right E-House For The Job

In any type of permanent or temporary operation where power is needed but not readily or practically available, a customized E-house offers a cost-effective, durable and reliable option.

There are a range of different types of E-houses offered by different manufacturers. The ideal type of enclosure should be designed to meet the specific needs of the given application including size, features and even how the enclosure arrives at your location.

Pre-Assembled or Set-Up on Location

Most of these enclosures are sold either as pre-assembled or built on location types of options. The pre-assembled options are a wise choice when it is essential to get power up and running quickly. They are delivered on-site and ready to use, all that is needed is for the equipment to be installed in the enclosure and the system turned on.

There is also the option to have the company selling the pre-assembled E-house to mount the equipment you need. This streamlines the onboarding process for the power supply, and with full electrical, HVAC and lighting already installed it is ready to go immediately.

The set-up on location systems requires the actual construction of the enclosure on site. They offer a lower cost, but they require hours, labor and costs to get them up and running.

Size and Design

Many of the E-house options on the market are steel frame buildings, providing a durable, rugged and long-lasting option. There are also specific types of buildings that are designed to protect from temperature changes and to reduce any noise from equipment in use in the enclosure.

Wood framed skid types of enclosures are cost-effective and are easy to customize and modify to meet your needs. These are also very durable, offering both comfort and security, making them a very versatile enclosure option to consider.

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