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Pre-engineered Buildings for Tires Stores

Why Tire Shop Owners Choose Commercial Metal Buildings Why do tire storeowners overwhelmingly choose pre-engineered buildings for their businesses? Because a prefabricated commercial building provides the best possible structure— and at the best price. RHINO Pre-engineered Buildings Meet Tire Store Owners’ Every Need RHINO prefab commercial buildings provide the advantages that are specifically suitable for automotive services like tire stores. …

#1 Reason Commercial Builders Use PEMBs

How Builders Keep Customers Satisfied with Steel Buildings Pre-engineered metal buildings (PEMBs) offer commercial builders dozens of benefits.  However, one advantage tops all others: customer satisfaction. How PEMBs Meet Commercial Customer Demands Like any other business, success in commercial construction depends on keeping the customer satisfied.  Pre-engineered steel buildings rule low-rise commercial construction because they deliver what the customer wants:…

Steel Stables and Horse Barns

7 Reasons Discriminating Equestrians Choose Metal Buildings After the exciting win by Justify at the 144th Kentucky Derby earlier this month, now seems the perfect time to discuss stables and horse barns.  Steel buildings are the clear winners in the structural “run for the roses” of equestrian operations. And with an estimated 9.2 million horses living in the U.S., stables…

How to Choose a Steel Building Erector

When You Cannot Construct Your Own Metal Building While many people confidently build their own pre-engineered metal building (PEMB), others prefer to use a professional steel building erector for their project. An expert steel building erector is critical to a successful large-scale commercial or industrial construction project. Sloppy or incorrect assembly of a PEMB effects structural integrity. Slipshod framing also…

Furniture Retailers Count on Steel Buildings

7 Reasons Furniture Store Owners Choose PEMBs Furniture retailers rely on the dependability and cost-effectiveness of steel buildings. From the local mom-and-pop mattress store, to an office furniture retailer, to a gigantic furniture discount warehouse, pre-engineered metal buildings (PEMBs) deliver the features furniture store owners demand. 1. Affordable to Buy and Build A low cost-per-square-foot makes RHINO steel buildings an affordable…

Building a Green Garage with a Metal Building

10 Ways Steel Garages Save Money, Time, and the Environment Ready to get started? Get a Quote A prefabricated metal building creates three things property owners crave: vehicle security, space, and greater property value. Equally important to today’s eco-conscious consumer, pre-engineered steel garages are green garages. Can you even imagine all your vehicles— cars, boat, motorhome, riding mower—sheltered under one…

The Little Steel Church in the Vale

7 Reasons So Many Small Churches Choose to Build with Steel Large or small, many religious congregations choose to build a steel church. However, pre-engineered metal buildings offer several advantages smaller churches especially appreciate. Small Churches in America According to the Hartford Institute for Religion Research, 350,000 religious congregations meet regularly in the U.S. Although mega-churches (defined as having over…

10 More Reasons Metal Buildings Rule

An Additional 10 Benefits Steel Buildings Deliver Our last blog listed ten ways metal buildings beat wood-framed construction, but that was just the beginning. Pre-engineered steel buildings are also: 11. PREFABRICATED: All metal building components are cut, welded, drilled, painted, and marked at the nearest factory, not the job site. Steel framing arrives ready to sort and assemble. 12. RECYCLABLE:…

How to Expand a Metal Building

Part One: Steel Building Endwall Expansions As a business grows, it may become necessary to expand a metal building. The most economical way to enlarge a pre-engineered steel building is by adding frames at either endwall. The simplicity of increasing a metal building at the endwalls depends on the original builder’s preplanning for future expansion. Two things need consideration for…