Arizona is a land of grandeur. It is a state of extreme contrasts— varied, breathtakingly beautiful— and often wildly unpredictable.
Structures in Arizona must be strong enough to withstand the wide range of wide-ranging climates across the state. Some of the Steel Buildings for Arizona provided by RHINO Steel includes:
Arizona is known for its warm, dry climate. Nevertheless, Flagstaff, Arizona actually received more snow in the winter of 2009-2010 than did Anchorage, Alaska— 219”.
Designed to meet or exceed all building codes— including freak snowstorms— all RHINO metal buildings stand up to all types of weatherbetter than traditional building methods.
Annual rainfall totals across Arizona are erratic. Yuma averages only 3.3 inches of rain per year, while the mountain regions in the eastern part of the state may receive ten times that amount.
Every RHINO steel building in ARIZONA includes many waterproofing features as part of the standard prefabricated building package. Each RHINO steel building package assures a snug structure without the condensation problems associated with many other metal building systems.
Temperature extremes across Arizona range from a whopping 128 degrees Fahrenheit at Lake Havasu City in 1994, to a numbing -40 degrees at Hawley Lake in 1971.
RHINO’s Pro-Value insulation options keep climate-controlled structures running smoothly and economically at any temperature. RHINO customers pay up to 50% less for heating and cooling costs with Pro-Value insulation. Choosing cool-coated steel exterior roof and wall panels saves even more on energy consumption.
While not generally known as an earthquake-prone area, Arizona experienced several notable seismic events over the years. In September 1910, a series of 52 violent earthquakes drove a construction crew near Flagstaff from their camp, as boulders rolled down the mountains. Indians fled the region when a particularly strong quake hit the San Francisco Mountains. In January 1935, a tremor scarred the landscape with a 50-mile long crack near the San Francisco Range.
A study by Arizona State University found almost 1,000 earthquakes rattled the state from 2006-2009.
Prefabricated RHINO steel buildings in Arizona possess built-in resistance to earthquakes, as well as fires, snows, strong winds, and lightning.
Versatile and flexible, RHINO metal buildings for Arizona fit almost all one or two-story building prerequisites. Prefab RHINO buildings are the smart choice for agricultural, commercial, industrial, recreational, and personal structures.
RHINO metal buildings in Arizona go up quickly, require little maintenance, and expand easily when required.
Exterior steel panels and trim are available in a choice of attractive colors. However, steel building facades may also be included with materials like stucco, brick, stone, glass, wood, or tilt-up concrete for a more traditional appearance.
Have questions? Call RHINO today at 940.383.9566 for details or a free quote.