Metal Outbuilding Kits vs. Wooden Outbuildings
Cost and Design Comparison
Consumers have long known the structural security that comes with a steel building, but the aesthetic quality of the building material often lagged behind its strength. That’s no longer the case as steel building distributors, including General Steel, now offer multiple customization options including color scheme, doors, windows, and more. The big-box aesthetic has been replaced with a sleek, modern touch that lives up to the building’s well-known practical superiority.
Combustible = Lower Costs
Bolt Together Construction = Lower Costs
Save Time and Money Long Term
After examining all of the factors that go into purchasing an outbuilding kit, we recommend a steel structure over traditional building materials like wood. While upfront costs tend to favor wood construction, the long-term stability of a steel building will win out over time. It’s important to note that our outbuildings are long-term solutions designed to store and protect your most valuable assets, including a business fleet of vehicles, car collection, or farm machinery, for example. If you’re looking for a temporary storage shed, a big-box hardware store might be a more appropriate solution.