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Construction Building Services

Building Services & Expertise

No matter the size of your project, Willie Kimmons has the experience.

Since 1999, Willie Kimmons has been selling and building Wick Buildings in Merrill, WI and the surrounding area. As a trained building professional, Willie will consult with you about your project and work with you to make every step of the building process easy. He has the skills and experience to guide you through the many design options for agricultural, commercial, residential, and equestrian buildings. 

Additional Building Services include:

  • SITE PREPARATION & EXCAVATION
  • BUILDING DESIGN
  • BUILDING ERECTION
  • MASONRY & CONCRETE WORK
  • ELECTRICAL
  • PLUMBING
  • DESIGN SERVICE
  • TURN KEY PROJECTS
  • AND MORE!

Each of our buildings is built by a trained and professional Wick Buildings crew. When you choose Willie Kimmons and Wick Buildings, you can count on receiving detail-oriented and customer-focused services. He strives to provide each customer with an exceptional buying and building experience.

 

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Post Frame Commercial and Retail building construction services

Quality Building Materials, Always

Quality Building Materials are Always used on our projects.

The strength of the structure starts with its foundation, which in the case of a post-frame building are the laminated columns. The columns carry the weight of the building, providing the “legs” that support and stabilize everything above ground.

Like most building materials, laminated wood columns come in different strengths. It’s important to understand that size alone doesn’t measure the strength of a column; there are several factors involved:

  • type of lumber used (visual grades or machine graded)
  • method of laminating the column (stitched or glued)
  • stitching (and plating) pattern for lamination

Wick uses only machine stress rated (MSR) lumber that meets a minimum strength requirement for all column lumber material, both in-ground treated and above ground untreated. Wick also utilizes an optimal stitching pattern with a 4 foot overlap and plates when splicing long columns. This construction method, when combined with the machine graded lumber, results in columns that are at least 75% stronger than columns utilizing #1 or #2 visually graded lumber.

We uses only machine stress rated (MSR) lumber that meets a minimum strength

 

Customer Testimonials

“Both Jan and I wish to express our sincere gratitude for the wonderful job that was done in constructing our new Wick Building. Willie has exceeded our expectations, by far, due to his in-depth knowledge of your building systems and his ability for designing and building a product that meets your customers' needs. Besides his technical knowledge, he carries another important talent that stands out well beyond your competitors. Willie has that unique ability to provide high quality customer service that very few know how to understand, let alone put into practice. I have been in the business for over 25 years and have seen many organizations talk about customer service and fail to provide it. Willie went the ‘extra mile’ for us by making sure that all the intricate phases that went into our building were accomplished to perfection, including site preparation, building design and erection, masonry, electrical, etc. Wick Buildings is very fortunate to have Mr. Willie Kimmons on its staff. His outstanding attributes of professionalism, knowledge, and customer service all make your organization the leader in the industry.”

- Neil & Jan K., Eagle River, Wisconsin

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High Quality Lumber and Building Materials

THE WICK DIFFERENCE

Reliable, high-quality lumber

Wick uses only machine graded or machine evaluated lumber for all structural components such as truss members, columns, girts and purlins.

In addition to the visual benefits of cleaner lumber with less bark and knots, it's at least 15% stronger than regular lumber so you'll see less maintenance down the road.

 

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