Industrial

6 Construction Features of Sheet Metal Roofing

Are you thinking about redoing your roof? If so, it’s important to know what to look for and your options. Some choices include wood, asphalt, and tile. Another option often discussed, and becoming more popular to choose, is sheet metal roofing.

Sheet metal roofing has many benefits. Aside from longevity, sheet metal is safe and can withstand poor weather conditions. Unlike wood or tile, sheet metal roofing is easy to install and energy efficient.

Here are some more pros, and perhaps why you should choose your next roof to be sheet metal.

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4 Best Practices Building With Steel

Steel buildings have many advantages and benefits to offer. That’s why they have become so popular in not just the construction industry, but for farmers and homeowners as well. There are almost so many options that it’s hard to list them all. They include airplane hangars to gymnasiums to garden sheds. You will find steel buildings being used for recreational facilities, retail outlets and from self-storage units to warehouses.

The main attractions of steel buildings are many and varied. They are strong, versatile, simple and safe to install and maintain. They are also cheaper than any other building material. Steel structures often come with a guarantee of 30 years or more. They can stand up heavy snow and harsh northern winter conditions. They are consistent and durable whether they are being used as a garage, a barn or a storage facility.

Here are some more facts about the upside of steel buildings.

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5 Types of Epoxy Flooring & Which One You Should Install

Epoxy is most easily described as a surface coating that protects concrete flooring from the day-to-day wear and tear that can degrade concrete over time. An epoxy floor coating is a stain-resistant, chemical-resistant, durable floor coating that provides beauty and protection to many otherwise drab industrial settings.

Many epoxy resin manufacturers and contractors give their own definitions of epoxy flooring in order to promote and sell their particular type of epoxy flooring products. They also make these claims because some manufacturers specify the particular order in which a floor and the epoxy covering must be laid or installed in order to meet their definition of epoxy flooring.

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