You should look into prefabricated metal buildings if you are planning an expansion of workshop or storage space. Prefabricated metal buildings are versatile, easily assembled, affordable and constructed from materials strong enough to withstand the harshest weather conditions.
An S series prefabricated metal building can fit the bill nicely if a fairly large amount of workshop or garage space is what you need. With its high sidewalls, rounded roof and beamless support as its major selling points, you can understand how popular this design is for garages, workshops and storage buildings. S series prefabricated metal building kits come large enough to house an RV or boat or an 18 wheeler, if you drive truck for a living. Some fire departments even utilize S series prefabricated metal buildings as fire stations. Commercial and industrial shop owners like the design for its capacity to house small industrial and manufacturing operations.
The P series prefabricated metal building may be more to your liking if you want a smaller, more personal space. The P series design offers high sidewalls and arched roof ideal for housing your car or backyard workshop and can be customized to match your homes exterior. Believe it or not, people even use them for guest cottages. Similar to the P series, the A series of prefabricated metal buildings sports a roof having a 4 to 12 pitch that resists heavy snow buildup.
Then, there is the Q series prefabricated metal building that is modeled after the Quonset huts that were used during World War II. Quonset huts were originally developed to house troops and equipment in the field and proved so popular that returning servicemen purchased the surplus huts for their post war housing. Universities also purchased them for use as overflow student housing.
Prefabricated metal buildings are not hard to assemble. Each kit comes with an easy to read manual of step by step instructions for construction of your prefabricated metal building in a matter of days. Laying the foundation is the longest step in the process. Once you have laid either concrete beam supports or a full concrete floor, the rest is a matter of assembling the beams, rafters and metal sides and roof and customizing with doors and windows, wiring and insulation.
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