Steel Buildings Texas
Whether you’re looking for a garage to hold your toys or a livestock barn, there’s a steel building kit for you. The affordability and durability of metal buildings in Texas has made them an ideal choice for commercial, industrial, or residential use.
There are two main types of steel buildings in Texas, each with their own set of benefits. You can request a free no-obligation quote for either style using the quote request form.
Types of Texas Steel Buildings
- Widths 10′ to 100+’
- Lengths 10′ to unlimited
- Bolt-together construction
- Pre cut & drilled
- Available in a variety of different profiles
- Pre-painted arches available
Get Free Steel Building Quotes from Local Providers
Steel buildings are engineered and priced individually for Texas building codes. Get free pricing on your building from a network of steel building factories and providers:
Want to Build it Yourself?
Since quonset steel buildings come pre-cut and drilled, they make the perfect DIY building project. Of course if you decide not to do it yourself, contractors can make quick work of even the largest quonsets.
Benefits of Steel BuildingsThe main benefit of using a steel building in Texas is that you will have an affordable building that is made out of a dependable, solid material. The prefabricated components that are used to build a metal structure have several advantages.
- Cost – You reduce your labor and you can save around 30% or more when you compare it to traditional construction methods.
- Speed – You can begin operation in around 60 to 90 days. Many other structures take around 6 months or longer before operations can begin.
- Dependable – your structure doesn’t require a lot of maintenance or repainting. When you construct a steel building they will last around 30 to 50 years depending upon the manufacturer that you used.
- Environmentally friendly – Steel buildings are considered to be environmentally friendly. It doesn’t take a lot of energy to create them and recycling them is easy. The most recycled material on earth is steel because it’s expensive to manufacture it.
- Insurance is reduced – When you construct a steel structure you will most likely find that you have lower insurance rates when you compare this to a brick or wood construction.
- Durable – Steel buildings don’t typically suffer from leaks, shrinkage, or swells that climate change causes and they are non-combustible. that impact the structure or having pests such as termites eat through the material.
Texas Building ResourcesThis resource list will help you make the right building decision for your needs. If you know of something else which may be helpful, please let us know and we’ll add it below. Termite Information & High-Risk Areas – There are a variety of Termite species plaguing Texas. Fortunately, steel buildings are impervious to Termites and a great choice if you want a building that will last. This link contains a list of high-risk termite areas within Texas along with additional information to help you decide if a steel building is necessary. Texas Building Codes – Be sure to ask your steel building representative about building codes for your area as factory engineers can modify buildings to ensure they pass. If you want to review the codes yourself, the link above will provide you with the resources needed. FEMA Texas Flood Map – While most of Texas is more prone to drought than flooding, some coastal locations need to take floods into account. This interactive map from FEMA can let you know if your build site is at risk. Metal buildings are great for flood-prone regions as they don’t swell and harness mold like drywall or wood-framed buildings.
Sample Steel Building Costs
Most steel buildings are individually engineered for your local building codes and require individual pricing. Here are some sample prices however to help you determine if a building is within your price-range.
- “I bought a building for $6,300 and have a contract to show the building to prospective buyers in the future. I will receive compensation if they buy a building from the company.” – Arch building for a Manufacturer in Fountain Florida
- “$17,300 for a 40′ x 60′ building. Two 12×12 doors, with 3″ of insulation on walls and roof.” – Straight Wall Building in North Carolina
- “I paid $21,000 for a 50′ X 100′ steel building with a door opening 14′ X 16′.” – Straight Wall Building on a Farm in Georgia
- “Approx $7,000 – RV/trailer garage.” – Arch Building Construction Contractor, Brighton, CO
- “Complete kit with blue prints – $7,800. 30′ x 40′ Quonset hut.” – Quonset Hut for a Farm in New Mexico
- “$7,550 for 30′ x 40′ building, 10′ x 11′ opening on one end.” – Arch steel building for a Manufacturer in South Carolina