Has anyone dealt with CornerStone manufacturing?


New member
Feb 9, 2005
Owings Mills
Sorry my full title is not appering.

I relize now that is a pretty lame title, kind of misleading.


New member
May 13, 2005
Cheaper Way

Ya know, if you looked in say the bargain trader, or the newpaper, online, etc... you can find a decent trailer that you could use and slightly fix for probably about 1/3rd of what you would pay for one of those. Think about it; even if you got one that has wheels and a hitch on it, all you'd have to do is buy some landscaping blocks and build them up around it. It gives it a neat look too!

Coffee Guy

New member
Oct 19, 2003
Seattle,Washington USA
It's amazing how many drive thru builders there are out there isn't it? First of all where are you located? You will have to also consider the cost to have this unit shipped on top of the cost of structure. Then permiting costs, etc., etc., etc.

esreverpsychology, I'm going to have to disagree with your point about buying a fixer upper 8) If you are going to start up a business you need to do it right from the start and not cut coners. Those that build these units are knowledgable about health department requirements, building inspectors requirements, etc. Besides if you put one together yourself and don't know the regs, you've not only wasted money, but also valuable time. I would advise you to do your home work and narrow down your decision based on being able to speak with some of their customers without them calling and coaching the customers what to say. If there are some of their customers local to you, then go out and actually visit these locations and see them for yourself. There is a big difference in seeing a showroom model and one that's been on site for a year or so. This will attest to the true performance of their product. Just my thoughts. I would say the same would apply for your coffee roaster as well as who you choose to purchase equipment from.