Temple Terrace is one of Tampa's longest continually occupied areas of the Tampa Bay area, inhabited by the Tocobaga chiefdom in the 1600s. Starting as a planned golf course community, initial homes were built by prominent Florida architect Malachi Leo Elliott, who among other projects also built the Centro Asturiano de Tampa, Old Tampa City Hall, and designed Grand Central Place, home to popular Tampa restaurants Oxford Exchange and Mise En Place today.
Close to the University of South Florida, Busch Gardens, and the Museum of Science and Industry, Temple Terrace is centrally located and a desirable, growing community.
How Blue Fetch Works in Temple Terrace
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Tracking down missing building supplies takes valuable time from a business owner or project manager. Blue Fetch helps contractors utilize time to attract new customers and manage projects more effectively.
The costs associated with employing a dedicated material runner can be staggering. Wages, vehicle cost & maintenance, insurance, and fuel add a large financial burden. Blue Fetch will reduce or eliminate these overhead costs.
Blue Fetch can eliminate the need to send a field employee to retrieve missing building supplies. This leads to increased production and improved client satisfaction.
Let’s face it, mistakes happen. Car accidents, load damage, and employee negligence can lead to increased liability. Blue Fetch will eliminate the risk associated with employing a driver.
Fast, Easy, and Accurate Temple Terrace Building Materials Delivery at Your Fingertips
You don't have to stop building to get your materials. Out with the old, in with the new. Stay productive and decrease your overhead by ordering building supplies directly to your job site using Blue Fetch.