An All-Purpose Structure
What would you do with 5,000 square feet of space? Whatever the application, a 50’ x 100’ metal building provides room to dream big— and succeed big.
50 x 100 Metal Building: Adaptable for Most Businesses
A 50’ x 100’ metal building runs twice as long as its width. Like the 40’ x 80’, this 2:1 ratio makes a 50’ x 100’ steel building a great choice for businesses requiring two areas of operation— one for the customer and one for production. However, the 50’ x 100’ delivers over 56% more space. Most printers, bakers, decorators, parts dealers, sign makers, retail stores, florists, and restaurants use this “behind-the-scenes” building division.
- A casual restaurant with bars— like Applebee’s or Chili’s— generally averages about 5,000 square feet. In fact, about 75% of all food service structures are 5,000 square feet or less. Ceilings for restaurants at this size usually top 12’ or more.
- Although we sometimes think of office buildings as towering skyscrapers, over 50% of all office buildings are actually 5,000 square feet or less in size.
- Most people assume all warehouses are mega-sized caverns of merchandise. In reality, about 44% of all warehouses are small business operations of 1,000 – 5,000 square feet.
- Larger farms and ranches often need 5,000 square foot metal barns— or even larger. For example, a walk-through dairy barn commonly measures in the 5,000 square foot range.
- Over 50% of all healthcare buildings are 5,000 square feet or less.
- Depending on the altar size and the type of seating, a church sanctuary of 5,000 square feet could seat 250-300 people. The strength of steel allows tall church buildings with towering cathedral ceilings, too.
- Dance studio professionals recommend about 100 square feet per student, so a 5,000 square foot building would accommodate 80 or more students, depending on the administration, restrooms, and locker room areas. A really first-class studio requires ceiling heights of 20’ – 24’.
- These are only a few of the hundreds of ways a 5,000 square foot metal building may be used.
RHINO Options to Enhance Your Metal Building
Choose from a variety of attractive exterior and interior steel panel colors. Or, if you prefer, finish your structure with stucco, brick, stone, tilt-up concrete, block, or other traditional exteriors and steel building facades.
As your business expands, so can your RHINO building. Remodeling is inexpensive and easy— just add framing bays at either endwall. (Ask a RHINO metal building specialist for more details.)
Choose exterior options like skylights, wall lights, gutters and downspouts, ventilators, overhead doors, and various canopies configurations to personalize your RHINO metal building for your unique vision. Optional upgrade insulation packages offer energy savings for climate-controlled buildings.
RHINO delivers the metal buildings you want— to your exact specifications and to your local code requirements. We welcome custom plans. Any size low-rise steel structure is available. With multiple shipping points across the U.S., we keep shipping costs to a minimum.
Call RHINO now to talk more about your 50’x100′ pole barn or home kit at 940.304.0757.