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Metal Building Gutters

Six Reasons to Use Metal Rain Gutters on a Steel Building Why should you include metal building gutters and downspouts on your steel building order? In one word: PROTECTION. Metal Building Gutters for Self-Protection The first job of gutters is to allow people to enter and exit the building without dashing through a drenching waterfall, as sheets of water rush…

The RHINO Steel Building Sales Process

Buying a Metal Building Kit in Five Easy Steps The RHINO steel building sales process consists of five simple steps from order to delivery. STEP 1: Confirming the Metal Building Sales Contract When you have all the specifics for buying a metal building worked out, RHINO sends you a detailed order form.  The form contains all permanent information, including the…

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…

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 Nuts and Bolts of a Steel Building

High-Strength Fasteners Connect the Best Metal Buildings An integral part of a pre-engineered steel building system rests on the strength and quality of the bolts, nuts, and screws connecting it. Every building is only as strong as its connections. Nails vs. Screws First, let’s dispense with the controversy over which are stronger, nails or screws. Wood builders contend that nails…

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…

Less is More with Pre-engineered Metal Buildings

Less Hassles and Headaches with Steel Building Systems Pre-engineered metal buildings distill the building process to its simplest form. Steel building systems by design eliminate the wasted materials, wasted time, and wasted motion so often a part of building. Whatever the application, choosing a dependable, easy-to-erect prefabricated metal building takes the stress out of construction. Why Less is MORE with…

What Is a Pre-engineered Metal Building?

Solving the puzzle known as PEMB Which of the following do you think is the correct pre-engineered buildings definition? • A cost-efficient alternative building system to conventional construction • A steel building designed for the most efficient use of raw materials • A structural system generally including steel framing, roofing, and wall cladding • A structure built on site using…

13 Reasons to Buy Pre-engineered Metal Buildings

Steel Buildings Systems for Home or Business If you are planning to build a commercial building— or a structure personal use— pre-engineered metal buildings deliver the best building value. Here’s why your best building deal is steel: 1. Faster Delivery Using pre-engineered steel buildings saves time. Receive your RHINO building in five to seven weeks. 2. Faster Construction Mechanization shortens…