The gorgeous New Mexico landscape varies from arid flatlands, to thick forests wilderness, and soaring mountain peaks. New Mexico truly is a ‘Land of Enchantment.’
The lease populous state in the U.S., the state enjoys plenty of wide-open spaces; only 12 people per square mile inhabit New Mexico.
Forests cover about 25% of New Mexico. The state lays claim to seven national forests, including the 3.3 million acre Gila National Forest and wilderness area.
New Mexicans greatly appreciate nature’s wonders, actively preserving their heritage— and their resources.
New Mexicans want to keep things natural. They strive to make as small an ecological footprint as possible, preserving the beauty of the land for future generations.
When New Mexicans build with the RHINO system, they are confident they are building ‘green.’
Steel is the most recycled material on the planet. Why? Two reasons. First, steel is easy and economical to separate from other waste materials with the use of large electro magnets. Secondly, steel can be recycled countless times without losing any strength. No other building material can make that claim.
RHINO also offers metal building insulation options for energy-saving and affordable steel buildings. The premium RHINO Pro-Value insulation package cuts heating and cooling bills in half.
New Mexicans also like to keep things simple. That is why RHINO metal buildings are going up in increasing numbers all across the state.
Since all the framing for a RHINO steel structure is prefabricated steel buildings, there’s little time wasted in construction. All the pieces of RHINO’s affordable metal buildings are cut-to-length, welded into shape, pre-drilled for bolt connections, clearly marked for identification, and shipped to the site ready to assemble. Construction doesn’t get any easier than that with buildings like:
Typically, RHINO metal buildings for New Mexico slash construction time by at least one-third. Many people elect to assemble the framing themselves with the help of a few friends, saving money on labor costs.
Versatile RHINO metal buildings in New Mexico adapt to any agricultural, commercial, industrial, or personal low-rise building need. Every RHINO steel building for New Mexico meets or exceeds local building codes— and the preferences and expectations of the customer.
RHINO’s experienced steel building specialists will answer all questions about steel metal buildings in New Mexico. Call RHINO toll free at 888.320.7466 today to learn about our affordable metal buildings.