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|12/8/2013 10:45:52 PM - Jake
I have sort of an unusual question. Say someone had a garage which they intended to turn in to a home gym. If that person wished to have a pull up bar and parallel bars built and secured in to their floor who could they contact and thus hire to build the equipment? To be clear I am not referring to buying equipment and assembling and then bolting it down. Thank you very much
This is really going to depend on your location and local businesses. If you're trying to manufacture your own equipment you should probably know a welder and then someone involved with civil engineering and carpentry experience.
However, I would recommend buying equipment and going from there. I understand you don't want to go this route, but for your safety and the longevity of the equipment it would pay off much better in the long term. If you opted to train others or open your own facility (like myself), you would have some BIG liability issues on your hand if you made the stuff yourself. At least with high quality equipment like here on EliteFTS you would not have to worry about those expenses. Take the time to save some money and get some really good equipment. I can tell you now from someone that has bought from EliteFTS my whole life, I haven't had to replace one thing....nothing. It's still going strong and I intend to use all this when I open my own facility hopefully in the near future.
If you got any other questions relating equipment, call the office and talk to Matt Goodwin. He'll get you squared away with everything you'd need.
Hope that helps,
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