Dock-High Warehouse for Sale Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas Metro
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You likely found us here because you are searching for Dock-High, or Distribution warehouse space for sale in the Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas Metro area. Our DFW area affiliate broker has experience with Dock-High warehouse space, having leased and sold existing properties/spaces. These spaces come in many shapes and sizes, and we've performed a search for this article that covers small- to medium-sized spaced for rent or lease in the DFW Metro area. That survey/search is summarized in this article. We are ready, willing, and able to conduct a comprehensive search for Dock High/Distribution space for lease or rent in the DFW Metro area and meeting your specific requirements. Read on for more detail about the characteristics of Dock High/Distribution space, as well as the results of our search for this article.
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What are the Uses for Dock-High Equipped Warehouse Space?
This is actually a pretty loaded question (pun intended if you like). At a very basic level, Dock-High docks are used to simplify getting "stuff" into and out of a building - generally from or to a truck trailer ... or train car. One of our more popular articles provides a definition of Dock-High loading. The main alternative is grade-level building access - i.e. being able to drive into a building so that the "stuff" you work with can be lifted from and onto whatever you are using to transport your "stuff." "Stuff" can mean anything from raw materials to finished goods, supplies, tools, tooling, etc., etc.. Size and weight are big factors in deciding which of these two methods of moving "stuff" into and out of your building is used - with bigger and heavier stuff tending to be grade-level, and lighter and smaller tending to be dock-high. There is also the issue of whether the stuff you are transferring needs to be well protected from the elements including during the loading and unloading process. There are always exceptions, and much is likely being left out. Docks are seen attached to many types of buildings - manufacturing, R&D, Distribution, Storage, etc. The measure of how many docks you need is tied directly to how much "stuff" you need to move into and out of your building/space in a given time period (also a complex calculation). That's a fairly simple, conceptual discussion of Dock-High dock uses. Also, now that we've compared and contrasted dock-high vs. grade-loading, note in the above photo that most (nearly all?) buildings need to have a bit of grade loading in any case. Read on for some discussion of more detailed issues surrounding Dock-High docks.
Dock-Related Articles Elsewhere on Warehouse Finder
Since docks and loading/unloading is an important issue, we have several articles on the topic. Aside from the links in the section above, we have Warehouse Loading Types, Dock-Well - Picture with Definition, Side-Load Dock Well - Picture with Definition, Dock-High Loading - Convert an Existing Facility, Exterior Elevated Dock - Picture with Definition and Dock-Leveler - Picture with Definition. The above are all links. If you have an interest, bon appétit. We'll likely be adding other articles on issues like Environmental Control during loading and unloading, Fork Lifts, etc., and we'll do our best to update this as pertinent items are added to the site. We spend a good deal of time on this and related content, and expect to continue to do so.
What Do We Mean When We Say Survey?
When a client asks us to help them search for a property to meet their needs, we go to the best listing services and to our fellow Commercial Real Estate brokers to pull together all the information available for properties meeting the stated client requirements. We validate the information to be provided - likely by talking directly with the selling or leasing brokers - and then help our clients go through this information to help them select the best fit properties, from which the client would select properties they wish to tour. We are posting an abbreviated version of a search we've either performed for another client, or one we've performed particularly for this article. We call the information provided in this article a "Survey," and we'd love to turn this survey into a full set of search results based upon your requirements! If you don't see a survey in the next section, it just means we have't gotten around to it yet. If you need this type of property, please do let us know and we'll contact you to get started. The search we perform for you will include most or all categories you see here, plus information about pricing, other expenses, availability, and anything we can find regarding other requirements you provide for your use case. We would provide all of this, along with any available flyers, photos, and detailed information regarding each property.
This standard brokerage service is provided at no cost to you as it is ordinarily included in the transaction and paid for by the seller or landlord.
Dock-High Warehouse for Sale Survey - Small-Medium - Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas Metro
This survey for Dock-High/Distribution warehouse space for sale in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metro area has yet to be completed. If you would like our Affiliate to focus on this for you, please let us know.
What to Expect if We Create a Survey of Properties or Spaces for You
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Next Steps - Dallas/Fort Worth Metro
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