Due to the simplicity of installation and constructive features, non-capital buildings have a number of advantages compared to capital buildings:
1. Minimum construction and commissioning periods, as for non-capital structures, it is not required to obtain a construction permit, which reduces the time by at least half a year.
2. High speed of construction and installation work and substantial economic benefits. Construction is carried out on finely blurred foundations with low cost, and the installation of the frame is carried out by a small brigade, often without the use of heavy special equipment.
3. The width of one span of the structure can reach 99 meters.
4. A significant reduction in the tax burden, because the cadastral value is not installed on the non-capital buildings.
5. Ability to move the structure to any place and at any time. Installation and disassembly can be made regardless of the time of year and weather conditions.
6. The possibility of constructing in those areas where capital construction is prohibited and in any hard-to-reach places. Urban planning restrictions on the density of development are not applied to the non-capital objects, they can be placed on protected natural territories, on the lands of the forest fund, and in coastal stripes.