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Metal Churches and Support Structures

Why So Many Congregations Choose Steel Church Buildings Cost-conscious religious congregations prefer metal churches for their houses of worship. Why? Because only prefabricated steel church buildings supply the soaring ceilings and clear space so important to a church’s sanctuary. Moreover, congregations find prefab steel structures are the best buy when building a church expansion. And, as churches grow, they discover…

Why Cowboy Churches Choose Metal Buildings

Where the Old West Meets That Old Time Religion in a Metal Barn The rural barn look is probably the main reason cowboy churches choose metal buildings for their sanctuaries and auxiliary buildings.  However, the rustic farm and ranch appearance is only one of the advantages pre-engineered steel buildings provide for cowboy church construction. Boots and Bible Believers So what…

10 Landscaping Tips for Green Churches

How to Make Church Landscaping More Eco-Friendly Energy efficiency extends beyond the front door in green churches. Strategic church landscape design reduces energy consumption and saves water. Green Churches Sow Seeds that Reap Rewards Beautiful landscaping makes a church seem more inviting. When properly planned, church landscape design also helps cut energy bills for eco-friendly green churches. Here are some…

#1 Reason Churches Choose Steel Buildings

Steel Church Buildings: Economical to Build, Economical to Operate Why do so many churches choose steel buildings for their new construction projects? Pre-engineered steel buildings provide many advantages to religious facilities. Steel framing offers clear span interiors, soaring ceiling heights, sturdy construction, versatility of design, and ease of future expansion. However, the number one reason churches so often decide to build with…

200 RHINO Steel Buildings Blogs to Date

Pre-engineered Metal Building Information at Your Fingertips We are celebrating the 200th RHINO steel buildings blog this month! We thought this would be the perfect time to make some of our most informative posts available in an easy-to-use, click-through index. These posts cover a wide range of metal building-related topics. Over the last two years, RHINO blogs featured the benefits…

Amazing Steel for Church Buildings, Part 2

Using Pre-engineered Metal Buildings for Church Structures Pre-engineered steel buildings are versatile, flexible, attractive— and surprisingly affordable. Many American congregations now rely on strong, durable, steel for church buildings, including worship, classroom, administrative, and recreational structures. General Guidelines for Estimating Church Building Size As congregations grow, church building committees must stay ahead of the curve by building today, while planning…

Amazing Steel for Church Buildings, Part 1

Using Pre-engineered Metal Buildings for Church Structures Pre-engineered steel church buildings allow congregations the freedom to customize religious facilities economically. Today’s churches commonly choose pre-fabricated steel for church buildings for everything from sanctuaries to youth centers, media buildings, gymnasiums, fellowship halls, parochial school buildings, church bus garages, other auxiliary church structures. RHINO Steel Building Systems designs every steel church building…

Metal buildings make great church buildings.

9 Reasons Churches Choose Steel Buildings

Why Steel Buildings Make the Best Church Structures Pre-engineered steel buildings, chosen by most cost-conscious builders for commercial structures, also make the most sense for budget-conscious churches. Whether your congregation needs an entirely new facility, or support buildings at your current location, pre-engineered steel buildings provide exceptional features for your building investment. 1. AFFORDABLE: Pre-engineered steel buildings are economical, often…

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?…