Hi Bryan and Amanda,
In beekeeping its more than wise to hive a backup plan n a few extra parts. I am sure you will get some action because Flow-Hive tries to monitor these inquires n question too.
As Dawn has mentioned also check with your local clubs n/or beekeeper. Many regions use/require an extra hive body to help winter over their colonies. Our here in Washington State (milder than your region) it is normal to use two deep hive bodies. It might be wise to look into this and order an extra 8 frame (with the deep frames n foundation if your going to use it) hive body. And if you are serious at starting get your package (Usually 3 pounder) or a Nuc ordered. Have an extra bottom board, inner n out top not a bad idea unless you can quickly get help from a local beekeeper you know. Better to have your own. Having these extras around will keep the pressure off you n give you that needed early GO !
I am excited for you … Also find a local Beekeeping class, buy a good book or two, n also checkout the many online You-Tube vids if you haven’t done so yet. This is an amazing hobby. Others may add to this thread with thots n ideas as well.
Enjoy n bee blessed,
PS I am assembling a full extra hive more than I need for emergency back up parts n hive. It’s the old Scouts motto: “be prepared !”