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Security of Steel Buildings

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March 27, 2014

Variety of Structures

steel buildingAnyone considering buying or building steel buildings is likely concerned about security. Prefabricated metal structures are a fast and economical way to have storage for a variety of purposes, including housing livestock on a farm or storing airplanes at a landing field. Whatever the reason is to have a metal structure, owners want to know the items located inside are difficult for thieves to steal or vandalize. Rhino Steel Building Systems Inc. located in Denton, Texas, has many years of experience helping customers select the best high-security buildings for their needs. In addition to selecting a structure that is appropriate for a particular purpose, customers need a space that protects the items inside from bad weather such as heavy rainstorms, hail, or snow.

Doors and Locks

Steel buildings are available in a wide assortment of styles with different types of walls, roofs, and doors. Customers can choose metal material in a variety of weights, with or without insulation, that are suitable for protecting perishable products in a warehouse environment. Alternatively, our customers may need a simple structure to store lawn care equipment or farm implements. The value of the items stored in a metal structure typically determines the type of security our customers require. We have ways to make the metal structures designed with more secure with specialty doors and locking devices. Our metal high-security buildings are available with windows that can have security covers installed to open during the day and close at night.

Additional Security Measures

Customers considering steel buildings are frequently concerned that vandals or robbers can disassemble a building easily by removing screws that hold the structure together. At Rhino Building Systems Inc., this is something our design team has considered, leading to innovative techniques to prevent this from occurring. We also prefabricate metal structures that can have electrical wiring to permit additional security measures, such as alarm systems and cameras to prevent theft and vandalism. Customers concerned about moisture, smoke, or fire damage to contents inside their metal structures should also understand that roofs, walls, and flooring are airtight and waterproof.

- by Bruce Brown,
Steel Building Systems, Inc

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