The factors that influence the cost of a Morton building include the size of the building, features of the building and the site and location where it is built. The construction of every Morton building takes into account the owner's specific needs, according to Morton Buildings.
To determine the cost of a building, the prospective owner's Morton sales consultant listens to the owner's ideas and considers factors that pertain to the specific project to give a correct pricing estimate. The pricing usually includes material, labor, tax and delivery. This insulates the developer against unforeseen costs or additional fees as the project progresses, states Morton Buildings.
As the developer and the sales consultant work together to determine which features and options best meet the owner's needs, they both get a better idea of the final cost of the project. The homeowner can derive a preliminary idea of the cost of the project by considering the size of the building, such as the height, width and length, explains Morton Buildings.
The location of the building is an equally important consideration as prices vary by region. Building codes, permits and zoning issues affect the pricing of every project. Similarly, the proposed site of construction has the potential of influencing the price of the project because a sales consultant has to first analyze the site to determine if it is ready for building or requires preparation first. A well-prepared site saves time and money throughout the project, notes Morton Buildings.