Steel Building Systems, Inc
The pre-engineered steel building facts speak for themselves, and RHINO has lots of steel framing info to offer.
Steel now boasts 65% of new commercial construction— and 95% of new industrial building. The reasons for steel’s market dominance are simple.
Pre-engineered steel’s low cost-per-square-foot should not surprise people, but it does.
Like any other business, builders focus hard on the bottom line. If metal buildings weren’t so affordable, steel certainly could not hold such a lead in commercial and industrial low-rise construction.
Moreover, metal buildings cost less over time, too. A well-insulated steel building costs less to heat and cool. The fire-resistant qualities of commercial-grade steel reap lower insurance premiums. Plus, metal structures require very little upkeep.
No other building material matches the incredible strength-to-weight ratio of steel. The strongest building material naturally produces the strongest structures.
One of the greatest steel building facts may be its ability to be self-supporting.
Many commercial and industrial buildings require huge, open interiors. Only steel possesses the strength to span up to 300 feet without any interior supports, making metal buildings the only logical choice for structures like these:
Factory-made steel components make prefab metal buildings easy to build. There’s no need to cull, measure, and cut. Everything arrives cut, welded, shaped, drilled, painted, and marked. The framing is ready to assemble.
Pre-engineering produces a super-stout structure with very few framing pieces. Consequently, metal buildings erect very quickly. In fact, most builders find using metal buildings whacks about a third off their typical construction time.
Not surprisingly, steel buildings outperform other structures. They not only last decades longer than other types of buildings, they hold their value better, too.
Steel is also an eco-friendly material, based on its high-recycled content. As the most recycled material on the planet, steel earns high marks as a “green” building material. In fact, an astounding 80 million tons of steel are recycled each year in North America.
Why is so much steel recycled? Because steel is the only material that retains all of its strength when recycled. No matter how many times recycled steel is reprocessed, it remains just as strong as it was as virgin steel.
Here are few more facts about RHINO metal buildings:
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