Quonset Hut Homes
Quonset houses are a great solution if you're looking for a strong, affordable, unique custom home.
Quonset hut homes are a great alternative to traditional construction. Quonset hut buildings are semicircular steel structures made of arches that are bolted together. They provide a lot of open space in the interiors, leaving you free to customize it however your dream home may be.
Sizes - Each building is custom-made for size requirements. Widths generally start at 25 wide and go up from there.
Built to Last - This isn't a flimsy mobile prefab home. These structures are made from 100% steel and built to last.
Easy Construction - Pre-cut and drilled arches arrive on site, ready for bolting. No heavy equipment or experience is required.
Accessories - Make the home your own with skylights, doors, windows, custom colors and more.
Made in USA - American-made construction helps you feel confident in the quality of your home.
Engineering - State-of-the-art software and factory engineers can review your quonset house structure to ensure it's up to code.
Clear-Span - Thanks to the self-supporting arches, you get 100% useable clear-span space. The interior is open for your customizing.
Save - Homes are some of the most expensive purchases you'll ever make, but you can save by planning your own. Less labor and lower maintenance fees help you save long-term.
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*Please note. This quote is for the exterior structure of the building. Interior finishings are not included and are open to your imagination.
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Quonset Hut Home Profiles
The earliest quonsets came in a basic semi-circle shape. These days you can choose a quonset in a variety of different profiles to fit your space and aesthetic preferences. The most common shapes are:
A / P Model
This style of quonset offers the most traditional home-look with straight vertical walls and an angled roofline which comes to a peak. It's one of the most common housing choices for that reason but is slightly more expensive than some others.
The S Model is quickly becoming the most popular style of choice for quonset hut home builders. It's vertical walls offer much more useable space than with a pure-curve, and you still get the style benefits of an arched quonset style roof.
When it comes to quonset styling, the Q is king (or queen). This profile is the original style for quonset buildings and resembles a semi-circle. It offers the most affordable cost per square foot, but you may find less useable space right by the angled walls.
Sometimes all you need is a roof and that's exactly what the R Model provides. It allows you to build the walls of your house out of traditional brick or wood framing. The arch-style roofing system then sits on top to provide a steel-strong, low maintenance roof with minimal clearance (perfect for skylights).
While not the most popular housing option, X Models are closer to a traditional look than a standard arch. The slight outward slope of the side-walls allows for much more strength in high snowload areas than an A or S Model do.
The T model of quonset is essentially a lean-to since it butts up against a pre-built wall or structure. This can make it a good solution for someone who wants to have an exterior wall with a large number of windows, or if you're looking to add an addition onto your existing home.
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