Steel Building Industry Insider Tips & News

Steel Building Industry Tips & News

Read useful tips, topics and ideas from the experts in the industry for assisting you with your steel building purchase.

The European windows have been tested for higher standards in energy conservation and product quality. They have stood the test of time and proved to be more efficient.

Warehouse Demand on the Rise Amid Online Sales Increase Demand for warehouse space is increasing across the nation, and many economists believe it’s here to stay.   “To ensure inventory levels are adequate to quickly meet demand, retailers in demand, such as grocery and discount

Tips for selecting and installing skylights for metal roofs Skylights have come a long way from the days of lay-in fiberglass panels. Their rapid degradation was spurred by UV exposure that not only decreased the daylighting efficiency but also caused the material to become brittle

Not All 26-Gauge Sheeting Is Created Equal The sheeting used to construct a pre-engineered steel building affects everything from its structural integrity to its architectural appeal. While 26-gauge steel is an extremely durable building material, not all of it is created equal. If you want

Tips for Maximizing Interior Space in Your Metal Building Chances are when you invest in a pre-engineered steel building you want to get as much usable interior space as possible. There are several different ways to design your building to accomplish this. The easiest way

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Mastic Sealant and Closures In a Metal Building Make Sure Your Metal Building Supplier Includes Sealant and Closures in Your Building Package Prefabricated steel buildings offer unrivaled durability, but if your building is going to leak somewhere, it will likely do so in its roof.

Steel Building FAQs

KBP Construction Plus LLC offers several metal building kits that can be the perfect solution for the DIY contractor. Our pre-engineered steel buildings come pre-punched, pre-cut, pre-welded, and labeled for easy to understand erection… Learn more »

Whether referred to as “pre-engineered,” “prefabricated,” “premanufactured” or “preconstructed,” these buildings accommodate a broad range of structural needs, and they provide an economical alternative to more conventional building designs…Learn more »

One of the common questions from our clients, involves exactly how potential buyers can customize their pre-engineered steel buildings to meet their unique needs. The short answer is, there are near-endless methods you can utilize…Learn more »

There are many essential features that come standard with our Steel Buildings…Learn more »

Simply put, a pole barn’s framing is made completely from wood with metal exterior panels, whereas a metal barn or metal building is made from steel framing and metal exterior panels. There are several factors to consider when deciding between the two options…Learn more »

Unless you are lucky enough to live in a locale where the temperatures are consistent and pleasant year-round, chances are, you’ll need to consider adding insulation when designing your pre-engineered steel building. Insulating your metal building can accomplish two important goals – first, it allows your building to stay cool in the summer and warm in the winter…Learn more »

When designing a pre-engineered metal building, one of the main decisions you will have to make involves what type of roof pitch you’d like your structure to have. The roof pitch, or the slope of your building’s roof, determines how many inches your roof rises… Learn more »

When designing a pre-engineered steel building from the ground up, you’ll need to make certain decisions about the type of roof you’d like, with two common options being either gabled and single-sloped. Just how do the two types differ, and how might you determine which type might best meet your needs…Learn more »

You may have questions about whether your building will need to conform to any particular building code requirements when you erect it. The short answer is, yes, you do need to make sure your building will adhere to any county or state building code…Learn more »

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