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8 Reasons Why a Steel building is Perfect for Storing Classic Cars

When you purchase a Future Steel building, you can use it for a variety of purposes. Many people choose to store their cars (whether it be a day-to-day use car or a collector’s/classic car) in a steel building or carport. Here are eight reasons why steel buildings are perfect for storing classic cars  1. They fit the style of a classic car Classic cars are all about style. Modern buildings fit the postmodern design that matches the current zeitgeist….

Steel Garages Provide the Ultimate Level of Protection From Thieves & Vandals

Steel is a popular construction material for many reasons. For one, it is very strong and therefore very durable. It is also rust-proof and non-demanding when it comes to maintenance. Another winning factor about steel is that is provides fool-proof security. This is why it is commonly used to make doors and security fixtures like padlocks and bolts.  All-steel buildings Over the years, steel has been used to construct entire buildings, both residential and commercial. Popular commercial buildings are farm…

5 Ways a DIY Metal Building Kit Makes Construction Easier

One of the greatest benefits of DIY metal buildings is that they eliminate many of the problematic characteristics of traditional construction. By their very nature, they are designed to allow the end user to be able to construct them easily and efficiently. Just how easy are they to construct? The following 5 points should give you a good idea. No contractor necessary Unlike traditional structures, DIY metal buildings do not require heavy construction: no measuring…

Secure Your Things with a DIY Storage Locker

Many homeowners consider renting out storage units due to a lack of space in their homes and garages. Growing families, the accumulation of things, and the need to hold on to items that are important but used infrequently all contribute to the necessity for added storage. But storage units don’t come without their disadvantages. Most obviously, they can be very costly. Small units generally run between $40 and $50 per month, and prices get higher…