Nu-Da passes on to next gen­er­a­tion

The Covington News - - Local News -

In busi­ness for 12 years, NuDa, a stor­age build­ing com­pany lo­cated on U.S. High­way 278, of­fers cus­tomers a wide se­lec­tion of stor­age struc­tures in vary­ing sizes that can be used for an as­sort­ment of things in­clud­ing stables and hobby work sheds.

Nu-Da works with three dif­fer­ent stor­age shed com­pa­nies in the South­east to fill cus­tomer or­ders — Qual­ity Build­ings Un­lim­ited, South­east­ern Por­ta­ble Build­ings and Carolina Car­ports Inc.

Owner Gina Cac­eres took over the com­pany ear­lier this year af­ter her step-fa­ther David Jerni­gan, who started the com­pany, passed away.

“We take care of any ques­tions or any prob­lems,” Cac­eres said. “The cus­tomer works di­rectly with us.”

Nu-Da sells three types of stor­age build­ings. There are por­ta­ble wood stor­age sheds, por­ta­ble metal sheds and sta­tion­ary steel sheds. Cac­eres says it takes typ­i­cally two to four weeks to fill an or­der af­ter it is placed.

“We call them car­ports but we can also do an en­closed car­port all the way up to a 30-by 50 [feet],” she said. “Ac­tu­ally you can do it up to 30-wide by any length.”

Nu-Da of­fers sev­eral op­tions for its stor­age build­ings in­clud­ing ramps, lean-tos, shelv­ing, win­dows and roll-up doors.

“All three of the busi­nesses we rep­re­sent are fam­ily busi­nesses and we are a fam­ily busi­ness as well,” Cac­eres said.

Mandi Singer/The Cov­ing­ton News

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