In-Stock Electric Motors

FS Construction Services knows there are multiple facets that keep your on-farm operation up and running. From maintaining the equipment you’ve invested in, the buildings you’ve erected, the grain systems you continue to upgrade and maintain. We hope to be a valuable asset to making things run as smoothly as possible. That’s why in addition to being a source for Praxair supplies, we can also provide some of the most common electric motors you use day in and day out.

Working with brands such as Baldor, Leeson and Marathon, we have more than 20 of the most commonly used motors stocked at any given time.

Whether needing to power that aeration fan, crop dryer or rely on that backup generator at your home or business, we’ll be sure you have all your mechanical powered solutions. Be sure to check out our commonly stocked motors, and remember we can obtain whatever Baldor, Leeson or Marathon motor you need – just contact us for more information.

Give us a call at 866-551-3454.

Costly Building Flaws

At FS Construction Services, we’re advocates of “doing things right” and believe that a little bit can go a long way. When it comes to engineering your agricultural building, that philosophy holds the utmost importance. In an article from David Bohnoff for Hoard’s Dairyman, agricultural buildings fail in large numbers simply because they are either not engineered or are only partially engineered. We agree. And that’s why we assure you our building practices and experience is our reputation – and something that won’t ever be compromised.

As we indicated in a previous blog about our NFBA standards (found here), we look to provide our customers worthwhile – and structurally sound – investment. As Bohnoff indicates, there are multiple aspects that play into the credibility of an engineered building, including the roof’s ability to withstand different loads (wind, snow, severe storms), the topography of the land, as well as the size, shape and orientation of attached or surrounding structures.

Each element of the structure needs to work hand-in-hand in order to obtain maximum efficiency and safety. Trusses alone do not support a building. Each component serves a purpose and is essential to withstand the elements previously discussed. Bohnoff is a professional engineer who visits the sites of nonengineered building accidents.  He believes the dishonestly of companies telling consumers their building is exempt from certain codes because of its agricultural purposes is no different than telling someone it’s ok to not wear a seat belt or bike helmet if law doesn’t require it.

FS Construction Services is open with our customers when it comes to the step-by-step process of engineering their structures. You’ll find the detailed steps of our building process here.

So we’d like to stress once again the importance of recruiting a builder that takes the safety of customers and integrity of their work to heart. With FS Construction Services, you’ll receive the utmost professionalism and sound product.

Call us today at 866-551-3454 to discuss your building goals.