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Why Do I Need to Insulate?

One of the benefits of steel buildings is that they are built to last. Steel can withstand time and the elements better than competing building materials. But, if you want that longevity to extend for as long as possible, you’re going to need insulation. You’ve probably heard this before, but you may not know why […]

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Steel Can Withstand Hurricanes

Steel buildings are built to hold up against the elements. Whether it’s wind and rain or snow and ice, steel can withstand decades of abuse from the most severe weather conditions. That durability extends to disasters, as well, such as wildfires, earthquakes and yes, even hurricanes. It is often the case that in the aftermath […]

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Spray Foam Insulation

Steel buildings are renowned for their long-lasting durability. They’ll stand strong against time and the elements. However, they do require proper insulation. Insulation will regulate the exchange of heat to reduce the energy costs involved in heating and cooling. This is often the most costly energy expense in a steel building. On average, 40% of […]

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Steel Is Good for the Environment, Too

So, you’ve decided that steel is the strongest and most economical choice for your next building. But did you know that steel is also the most environmentally friendly building option? That’s right, steel is 100% recyclable. In fact, it is the most widely recycled material available with more than 650 tons recycled annually. That’s more […]

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The A-Model

The A-model steel building, available in widths of 20 to 40 feet with unlimited length, has a slightly slanted wall with a gambrel design, which means that it has a shallow slope beneath a steeper slope on each side of the roof, maximizing vertical space while avoiding too tall of a roof. This steep lower […]

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The History of Steel Buildings

Steel first gained popularity in the eighteenth century. At the time, there were three types of ferrous metals available. First was wrought iron, which was the most popular, widely used for gates, railings and doors due to its mostly to its low price and wide availability. Then there was cast iron, which failed as a […]

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Store Your Snowmobile

Snowmobile Storage Snowmobile season is right around the corner. Enthusiasts will soon be pulling their sleds out of storage to prepare for months of fun on the trails. Some, however, may unfortunately find that their off-season preparations from last year were insufficient, and their snowmobiles have corroded, rusted or are now in need of some […]

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Forest Fires

Forest Fires There have been 52,699 wildfires in the United States since January 1 of this year. Those fires are responsible for burning an estimated total of 8.8 million acres, which exceeds the 10-year average. In the same period last year, 52,347 wildfires burned 5 million acres, and in 2015, 68,151 wildfires burned more than […]

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Airplane Hangars and Why

Airplane storage – Don’t just wing it. Make the Wright choice.  Steel frame hangars are the gold standard for both personal and commercial aircraft storage. In an honest analysis of cost versus benefit, no material is better suited to protect your aircraft. Fabric hangars may be fairly functional and cheap, but are merely temporary solutions […]

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Fall Cleaning

If you already have a steel building that you’re using, chances are pretty high that you’re already well aware that you don’t need to do regular maintenance to these structures while you have them. What is always a good idea it keep it in good shape though is keeping it clean. It’s always recommended that […]

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