On Aril 22, 1889, over 50,000 settlers raced forward to claim land in the great Oklahoma Land Rush. These homesteaders and farmers brought their hopes and dreams to a new land— a land now thriving with agriculture, commerce, and industry.
Today Oklahoma is a land of contrasts. It contains four mountain ranges, prairie grasslands, farmlands, forests, and plains. Okies boldly step into the future— without losing sight of their proud heritage of the past.
Environmental issues are important to Oklahomans. While Oklahoma is one of the largest producers of both oil and gas in the U.S., the state is rapidly becoming a major player in wind-generated power.
Another way to go “green” is to select eco-friendly product choices.
RHINO offers the best in 21st century high-tech steel buildings for the Oklahoma market. Care is taken to use the least amount of steel necessary for the strongest structure made with primary steel framing, eliminating expensive waste.
Steel is the most recycled material in the world today. It is also the only material able to be recycled an infinite number of times without losing any strength. Steel lasts longer and retains its value longer than other building methods. A steel building is 100% recyclable at the end of its lifecycle.
RHINO’s upgrade insulation package even provides greater utility savings, another green bonus.
Part of the mid-section of the U.S. called Tornado Alley, Oklahoma is no stranger to violent storms. In May 2013, an F-5 tornado struck the town of Moore, reducing most of the town to kindling and causing over $1 billion in damages. Days later another monster tornado struck near El Reno.
While no structure can claim to be tornado-proof, prefabricated metal buildings in Oklahoma can be designed to exceed winds of 145 M.P.H. or more. Typically prefab metal buildings perform better in violent storms that wood-framed buildings.
Compared to traditional buildings, RHINO steel buildings in Oklahoma provide additional protection from:
Because all RHINO’s metal building parts are cut to length, welded, drilled, punched, and marked at the factory, RHINO structures assemble very quickly, cutting construction time by one-third or more. Our customers find they save time, money, and hassles when they choose RHINO steel buildings in Oklahoma with buildings like:
Our reliable metal buildings in Oklahoma work great for any one or two-story building project for commercial, agricultural, industrial, or residential building use.
Call 940.383.9566 today for a free estimate on any metal buildings in Oklahoma.