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In Churches, Types of Steel Buildings

Counting the Cost for a New Steel Church Building

Steel Church Building Costs Planning a new church sanctuary, temple, or other religious structure can be both an exciting and daunting task. The variety of church construction companies is overwhelming, and learning about church construction costs takes careful research and planning. Good stewardship also requires considering the operating costs before investing in a new building. Where is one to begin? Have you considered a steel church building? Steel church buildings cost less than other building options, delivering many advantages both… Read More

In Churches, Types of Steel Buildings

Stewardship and Steel Church Buildings

How to Stretch Your Church Building Fund with a Metal Building Homebuyers almost always expect far more home than their budget allows.  It is human nature to get carried away with all the features of a dream home.  Then reality douses you in ice water when you see the price tag. The gap between the dream and the budget grows even larger when a church building committee gets together.  They often envision a towering, majestic cathedral with triple the square… Read More

In Agricultural Buildings, Steel Building Benefits, more

13 Reasons Farmers and Ranchers Choose Steel Systems

The Benefits of Pre-engineered Metal Buildings for Agribusiness Visionary farmers and ranchers were among the first to see the potential for pre-engineered metal buildings.  They were choosing prefabricated steel systems for their agribusiness operations long before the commercial, industrial, and residential markets joined in the switch to steel. Below is a baker’s dozen of the many advantages steel buildings bring to the agricultural market. 1. Economical American farm and ranch operations today run on a tight profit margin.  Agribusiness managers… Read More

In Auto Shops, Commercial Buildings, more

Building an Auto Repair Shop with a Steel Building

Fire Safety: One Reason Most Garages are Built with Steel One of the best reasons to choose a pre-engineered steel building for an auto garage is the fire resistance of steel. Auto repair shops, tire shops, truck servicing business, and the like are very dangerous places for fires. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) collected fire data for retail operations for five years.  During that time, 6,360 structural fires were reported.  Automotive sales and service and gas stations accounted for 2,290… Read More

In Auto Shops, Commercial Buildings, more

RHINO Metal Buildings for the Auto Repair Industry

Building Efficient Garages with Pre-engineered Steel Buildings In the automotive repair business, providing service technicians with a roomy, well-lit, comfortable workplace is essential to productivity.  It also helps reduce turnover of trained personnel.  Pre-engineered metal buildings excel in creating a cost-effective structure for a cost-efficient business. Auto Repair Shops Save Money with Energy-Conscious Metal Buildings Rigid-frame red-iron columns and roof rafters create deep cavities.  Deeper cavities allow room for extra-thick insulation. In a particularly mild-weather location, where only the office… Read More

In Auto Shops, Commercial Buildings, more

Why Metal Buildings Make the Best Auto Shops

Building a Garage with the Strength of Steel Auto shops need open space for the vehicles they repair.  Conventional building materials like wood or block require structural load-bearing columns or walls to support the roof.  That is very limiting for a garage operation.  Pre-engineered metal buildings provide open, clear span structures, which maximize the work area. In fact, the majority of auto, truck, boat, and recreational vehicle repair shop owners build with steel framing. Metal Building Benefits for the Auto… Read More

In Auto Shops, Commercial Buildings, more

Economical Steel Buildings for the Auto Service Industry

Auto and Truck Repair Shops Test Steel’s Metal The best structures for mechanics garages and auto repair shops are pre-engineered metal buildings.  Today’s computer designed pre-engineered steel buildings provide the strongest possible auto shops— at the best price. Auto Service Businesses Flourish in a Tough Economy The potential for expansion in the auto repair field looks exciting. Fewer people attempt to do their own repairs today.  Both individuals and businesses keep vehicles longer than ever before. Demand is for quality auto… Read More

In Auto Shops, Commercial Buildings, more

Metal Buildings for the Auto Repair Industry

High-Tech Auto Technicians Housed in High-Tech Buildings Today’s automobiles contain many highly technical and computer-controlled.  Auto repair work in the 21st century requires, high-tech diagnostic equipment, highly trained mechanics— and economical computer-designed metal buildings. The 21st Century Automobile Years ago, anyone with a smattering of mechanical experience could open a little auto repair shop and stay busy.  Many amateur “shade tree mechanics” handled their own car repairs. Those days are gone. As in almost every other field, rapidly progressing technology… Read More

In Auto Shops, Commercial Buildings, more

Using Pre-engineered Metal Buildings as Auto Repair Shops

Building or Expanding an Auto Repair Shop for Today’s Market Now is a terrific time to start an auto repair shop— or to expand an existing repair business— with steel prefabricated garages or repair shop metal buildings. Why?  People are delaying buying another car or truck.  Many are opting for less expensive used cars over premium new cars when they do decide purchase another vehicle. Older cars on the road inevitably lead to more upkeep, maintenance, and repairs.  Auto mechanic… Read More

In Commercial Buildings, Types of Steel Buildings

177 Commercial Uses for Pre-Engineered Steel Buildings

I have discussed in earlier blogs the many benefits provided by pre-engineered commercial steel buildings.  (See “Why You Should Buy a Prefab Steel Buildings.”) I also covered “The Amazing Versatility of Pre-Engineered Steel Buildings” in a recent article.  Check out this list of low-rise applications for commercial prefab buildings. Commercial Aviation Buildings • Aircraft Hangars • Corporate Offices • Helicopter Hangars • Maintenance and Repair Buildings • Multi-Purpose Structures • Private Jet Terminals • Shade Structures Commercial Retail Applications • “Big-Box” Warehouse-Style Retailers • Advertising Specialty Shops • Antique Stores… Read More

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