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Explore your options for a culvert or bridge solution.

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Frequently Asked Questions

1What are the benefits of tank car culverts?

Tank car culverts can last up to 30 years, depending on how much runoff or flooding your farm, land, or county experiences. And because our culverts are made from ½-inch steel, you won’t have to worry about bending or rusting all the way through. We purchase our tank cars from railyards, letting you conserve resources with your product. What’s more, it takes us just five days to prepare a car for its use as a culvert.

2What tank car sizes do you have?

We have different sizes in stock that you can choose from, but our availability may vary. You can call us to learn about the sizes we have (or can get for you).

3What will a culvert cost?

Our steel culverts are priced competitively compared to similar products made of plastic or concrete. The cost will vary depending on how far we’ll need to travel to deliver your culvert, but you are welcome to call us to discuss details.

4What are the benefits of flatcar bridges?

Flatcar bridges are low cost and low maintenance, and it takes us just a week to order and deliver your product. Your bridge will experience lower load stress and deflection over time compared to similar products, and you won’t have to replace it every few years. We also take care of all the prep work for you, stripping away all the unnecessary components and leaving you with a clean, simple deck and frame design.

5What flat rail car sizes do you have?

As with our tank cars, our flatcar sizes may vary. We have different options in stock; simply give us a call to find out which sizes we have (or can order for you).

6What will a bridge cost?

Your steel bridge’s cost will vary depending on how far we’ll need to travel to deliver it to your farm, land, or county, but it will save you money in the long run! Simply call us for more details.

 
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