Red Iron Buildings
Red Iron Buildings are types of steel buildings that use I-Beams for framing. The name ‘red iron’ originates from manufacturers applying a coat of red oxide to the beams in order to protect them during shipping.
When you construct a building with steel you have many advantages when compared to wood and other traditional materials. Metal resists weather and storms. It’s not as expansive as wood, and it won’t swell or shrink. You have fewer maintenance costs, and the building is resistant to fire damage. These buildings are the right choice for garages, workshops, commercial structures, and wherever you need a solid and dependable building.
Multi-Use VersatilityRed iron steel buildings can typically span expanses of 50 feet without interior columns being necessary. This gives optimal clear-space for whatever your intended use is. These buildings are blank canvases to hold whatever you need them to.
Factory ManufacturedThese buildings are engineered and customized for your specific needs. This includes the width, length and height as well as accessories like doors, vents and multiple floors. Given that they’re engineered, you can have them designed for loads from local building codes, making permit approval as simple as possible.
Cost SavingsUsing a Red Iron Building results in higher costs up-front than a wood structure when it comes to raw-material. In the long-run however you save both on the labor to install the building as well as maintenance for years to come. You will also likely save on insurance and other costs which should not be ignored.
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