For the past few years, metal buildings have become an increasingly popular option around the world. Metal buildings, such as steel, are very beneficial for business owners and individuals living in Iowa and Illinois. They are chosen for a variety of reasons including:
Flexibility: You can select from several different architectural styles to fit your needs and select from a variety of panels and trim color choices.
Environmentally Friendly: When people think of steel they associate it as being strong, durable and heavy. They very seldom think of steel as being environmentally friendly. In reality, steel offers more environmental benefits than other products. They are 100% recyclable. Steel can be melted down then reused again and again to make different steel products.
Durability: Living in Iowa and Illinois, extreme weather conditions can take a serious toll on the environment. Our metal structures at Greiner Buildings will withstand snow, hail, and wind exposure better than other buildings can.
Easy Assembly: Steel buildings are easy to assemble saving time and resources. They are pre-engineered, which means they are pre-welded and pre-drilled before they are transported to the work site for assembling.
Longevity: Metal buildings increase the longevity of your building. Its strength and durability keep the building’s structure solid and intact. They are mold and mildew resistant and they will not erode, rot, or be destroyed by termites or other insects.
Energy Efficient: Steel buildings are insulated so you can save money and lower your utility bills.
Cost Effective: The pre-engineering and easy assembly save on construction costs but you also receive insurance cost savings throughout the life of the building by using steel, which is a non-combustible material.
So you can see, steel buildings offer many benefits and they are selected by a variety of organizations. Contact Greiner Buildings today for more information about our metal buildings. We also offer metal roofing.
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