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Mother of 3 Builds Workshop to Help Family Business

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As a mother of three energetic little ones, it’s hard to do anything. Even a trip to the grocery store can be an adventure!

One amazing Arizona mother with a 6, 5 and 1 year old proved that with a dream, determination and a SteelMaster Building, anything is possible.

Chantelle Taylor and her husband wanted to purchase a woodworking business from a man in their hometown of HolBrook, Arizona. They wanted to be able to support their family and create the opportunity to work from home to better care for them.

While Chantelle’s husband worked his full-time job, she stepped up to the plate to find the perfect building for their future business. She needed something that was durable enough to withstand strong wind gusts, something affordable, and a building they could put together on their own. SteelMaster was the perfect choice.

“We found everything we needed through SteelMaster,” says Chantelle.

SteelMaster’s quick and easy garage and workshop kits make it easy for anyone to be able to put up a building with little effort. Chantelle did much of the work on her own while her husband was at work.

Amazingly, she was able to do this while also continuing to be a full-time mother.

“I would alternate kids so there was always one of them there with me while a babysitter watched the other two, and I just figured it out through reading books and asking questions. I built all the forms and constructed the arches myself,” Chantel explained.

“I appreciate the fact that SteelMaster sells a product that anybody can build — you don’t have to have a lot of experience to get it done.”

SteelMaster’s buildings come with one size nuts and bolts, which makes the building process even easier for a beginner.

Chantelle was worried about being able to put in wiring for electricity, but she realized she could attach anything to a SteelMaster Building.

“It’s all together now and working just like we planned,” says Chantelle.