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Questions about Metal Buildings

Mike Zhmudikov

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Variety, durability, recycling ability and flexibility have made metal buildings the superior ones in comparison to other buildings. An ever-increasing demand, several advantages and being in-fashion does not mean that companies, organizations or consumers have no questions about steel buildings. Here is an attempt to answer most of them.

What makes metal building strong?

Metal buildings are stronger than wooden or stone buildings was best testified when 200-miles-per-hour winds struck America in the form of Katrina. While others buildings collapsed like a pack of cards, metal buildings weathered the storm.

The reason is the unique metal structure. In a metal atom, particles are closely packed in a crystal structure. This gives metal their strength and resistance against heat.

Are metal buildings better than the wooden ones?

Of course, yes. Metal buildings have several advantages over their wooden counterparts. Metal buildings are better because:

1. Construction of metal buildings involves no waste.

2. They are heat-resistant.

3. They are insect-resistant.

4. Metal buildings have low maintenance costs.

Are metal buildings costlier compared to others?

Not at all. In fact, metal buildings are more cost-effective. Although the price of metals keeps on fluctuating, on an average, a metal building cost half of what a wooden building would cost.

How much would I pay for getting a prefabricated metal building erected?

Nothing. Yes, amazing as it sounds. You can erect your metal building yourself! Professional dealers would provide you with dismantled materials which are marked components along with a guidebook to assist you as to how you should go about it. But if you do want an assistant, a contractor can help you.

Are all types of metal the same?

Beware of dealers who try to drive home the point that all metals are of the same quality to persuade you to buy a cheaper metal. The reality is that even the same metal can vary in quality. It is advisable to go to authentic companies to buy your metal building material and investigate before buying anything.

I own a glass factory. I have several very large glass manufacturing machines and thus require a very high ceiling. Can metal buildings work for me?

Metal buildings are prefabricated nowadays. So all you need to do is place your order with a professional contractor stating your requirements clearly for your new metal building. Being a glass factory, a lot of heat will be generated indoors. While other building materials might be susceptible to heat, metal buildings can withstand very high temperatures as well.

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