Homeowners and Build-For-Rent investors across the US are beginning to realize the benefits of steel construction for their homes. Not only because the home is lighter and faster to construct, but also because of the consistency in building material cost. Cold formed steel is manufactured to exact lengths and prefabricated offsite, generating significantly less onsite garbage than wood framing.
Multi-family homes and apartments are a great way to maximize space by building structures vertically. Due to cold formed steel's tensile strength, it is suitable for windy or earthquake prone environments which makes it an excellent choice for multi-family builds. Investors also love the ease and speed of assembly, so projects take less time from the start of build to the final construction. This in turn allows you to hit the market sooner, reducing vacancy.
Tiny homes and Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) have found their permanent place in the market. With the cost of building a standard sized house skyrocketing, tiny homes and ADU's allow you to enter the housing market at a fraction of the cost. You can have the house you need for less money, less clutter, and that can fit on a small footprint. If you are able to build one at a lower cost that's durable and will stand the test of time, it will be a great investment for years to come.
Ensuring your business has a stable structure that continues to stand strong as your business grows is essential. Owners can't afford downtime due to building maintenance issues that can be avoided. Steel construction holds up better to weather, pests, and other factors and can be erected up to 60% faster than other building methods.
Storage facilities need to be strong, inexpensive, and reliable since they often hold people's treasured possessions. Choosing steel construction is a perfect solution for these projects because of their quality, durability, and uniform design, not to mention the ease of adding on later if desired.
Steel construction is stronger and holds up under extreme weather elements.
Unlike steel, wood can be subject to nail slippage, termites, and weakening if exposed to water.
Because the walls, trusses, and joists are constructed in our factory, buildings go up much faster than conventional wood construction projects.
Because of our panelized approach, buildings are erected between 40 and 60 percent faster than conventional methods creating substantial labor savings.
Termites are the #1 cause of damage to wood framed buildings. When building with steel, you remove the source of food for these highly destructive insects.
Steel framed walls are unaffected by temperature or humidity changes. Heating and air conditioning cost remain inside the house, saving money on utility bills.
Steel is a non-combustible material, allowing for lower insurance rates and safeguarding your structures in the event of fire.
Steel is the most recycled material on earth. Our process does not rely on the lumber industry, which the United States alone cut down almost 230 billon trees in 2022.