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Keen’s Buildings Masaryktown, Florida

Keen’s Building Masaryktown, FL
568 S Broad St
Masaryktown, FL 34604

1 (352) 797-2291

Email: info@keensbuildings.com

Mon-Fri: 8am – 5pm
Sat: 8am – 1pm

Located at 568 Broad St in Masaryktown, FL, this Keen’s Buildings location opened in 2016 to better serve the needs of central Florida.

Keen’s Buildings Masaryktown offers one of the widest selections of metal storage sheds in Central Florida, with a large array of buildings on-site to help you find the right portable storage solution for your residence, business, or vacation home. When you visit our lot, you will find over 50 different building types for you to walk through and touch to ensure your purchase exceeds your expectations.

Visiting our lot is highly encouraged because you can see the build quality firsthand. Open and close windows, learn the difference between a nine-light door and a thirty wide. Every step will give you an authentic feel for your next outdoor structure.

When you visit our Masaryktown location, you will find our Branch Manager Mike Munce and Assistant Manager, DJ Macfarlane, are uniquely qualified to help you. From choosing a suitable building based on your needs or helping you to design a custom version, Mike and DJ are committed to assisting every customer in accomplishing their goals, from planning to final delivery.

Please stop by and see Sales Manager Mike Munce or Assistant manager DJ Mcfarlane for a free estimate or give them a call at 352-797-2291.

Mike Munce, Branch Manager at Keens BuildingsMike Munce, Branch Manager

Serves as Branch Manager of Keen’s Buildings in Masaryktown. Mike has worked in sales and management in excess of 25 years. Using his construction and local permitting knowledge, he offers a consultative approach to the building needs of each customer. In his leisure he enjoys weightlifting, attending entertainment events, watching Michigan State Football and spending quality time with his son.

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