Red Iron Buildings
Red Iron Buildings are types of metal buildings that use I-Beams for framing. The name 'red iron' originates from manufacturers applying a coat of red oxide to the beams in order to protect them.
Metal resists weather and storms. It's not as expansive as wood, and it won't swell or shrink. You have fewer maintenance costs, and the building is resistant to fire damage. These buildings are the right choice for garages, workshops, commercial structures, and wherever you need a solid and dependable building.
Custom Made - Barns are sized specifically for your needs, starting at 20 feet wide. They're also expandable in the future.
Durable - Made for farm life, these buildings are 100% steel with a durable rigid interior frame.
Factory Made - Save time and enjoy less headaches during construction with factory fabrication.
American Made - This is important to us as we think Americans make products that are built to last and we want to support it.
Engineering - Your building plans are reviewed by factory engineers who check loads and building codes.
Useability - Steel beams allow for larger clear-span spaces than wood ones so you don't have to worry about posts.
Cost-Effective - Factory manufacturing helps with efficiency and lower assembly costs while steel ensures longevity and lower maintenance costs.
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Red Iron Building Pictures
Here are some examples of red iron buildings and what they're capable of.
Red Iron Building FAQ
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