This can be especially challenging for businesses looking to expand and take advantage of new opportunities. For some, that means looking for new space and perhaps constructing a new building to expand their operations or add functionality. But, of course, there is a lot of inherent risk in traditional building projects. You need to hire a general contractor who, in turn, has to engage a number of subcontractors, find and purchase construction materials, coordinate schedules, worry about weather and labor delays, and a host of other issues that can cost additional time and money.
But it doesn’t have to be that way, if you choose the economical alternative – a pre-engineered metal building from D. R. Poulin, the area’s leading manufactured building installer. Not only will you save time and money, you’ll also get a better building.
The main advantage pre-engineered metal buildings have over traditional, “stick-built” structures is that they are virtually maintenance free. Steel is rust and corrosion resistant, can be easily painted, and stands up well to wind, snow, and even fire. If a steel-framed, pre-engineered metal building is erected correctly it can remain standing and in good repair for decades without maintenance or painting. In fact, pre-engineered metal buildings have greater structural strength and are more weather-resistant because they are carefully constructed under controlled conditions, unlike building out in the unpredictable New England weather.
Pre-engineered buildings offer a number of significant benefits, including:
- Less expensive installation and maintenance
- Substantial energy savings through improved insulation and tighter construction
- Better value retention because of improved building longevity and reliability
- Reduced insurance rates
- Lower remodeling and expansion costs
Pre-engineered buildings don’t have to be unattractive metal shells. Today’s modern manufactured buildings can be easily customized with a variety of facades, room configurations, equipment installation, roofing, signage, and more. Whether you’re looking for an industrial manufacturing plant, a service and repair facility, or a professional office building, there’s a pre-engineered structure available that suits your needs.
To learn more about pre-engineered metal buildings and to get an estimate, contact the metal building specialists at D.R. Poulin Construction.