When adding a structure to your home or commercial property, you should make safety one of your top priorities. After all, it’s important that you want to be in a building that doesn’t feel like it would topple or sway under the slightest breeze. That’s why we recommend steel pre-engineered buildings.
- It is proven to be durable. Steel remains an enduring favorite in construction since the 1800s – and with good reason! It’s a type of metal that can effectively stand the test of time, replacing cast-iron as the leading framing material for most structures in North America. In fact, the Steel Recycling Institute (SRI) reveals that steel has nearly 50% market share for non-residential and multi-story residential construction.
- Steel is extremely fire-resistant. Keeping your new storage shed or carport fire-proof is more worry-free when it’s built using pre-engineered steel. Organizations have already assessed the interaction between this particular metal and fire for decades. It all comes down to this fact: fire spreads at a slower rate in a steel, making it the tougher and much safer choice compared to other building materials.
- It can resist high wind speeds. If you need a structure that can withstand the harshest weather conditions, you should definitely consider our pre-engineered steel buildings. They can hold their own against high winds because they are ductile – meaning they are flexible enough to bend without breaking. Our pre-engineered steel structures are built to absorb more pressure than their less tough counterparts, so you won’t have to worry about high winds lifting or blowing off your building.
Metal Warehouse Inc. is not only your premier source of top-tier metal carport kits; we can also handle your steel building construction needs. Our skilled and highly experienced team will be more than happy to help you explore our pre-engineered steel building options and decide on the one that best suits your specific needs. We proudly serve Sherman, TX, and the surrounding areas. Call us today at (903) 465-6699, or fill out this contact form to schedule your consultation.