New Construction

Are You Building in 2020? Read This First.

These are trying times in the world of commercial real estate. Skilled labor in the construction industry is still seeing a substantial decline since the 2008 recession. The rise of eCommerce has lessened the appeal of the physical retail space. But the demand isn’t gone altogether. Instead, tenants and consumers alike are looking to commercial…

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Standing Seam Metal Roofs

 Why does it Cost Less to Insure Standing Seam Metal Roofs?

Natural Disasters Are Causing Insurance Costs To Rise. So, What Can We Do About It? Hurricane season got you down yet? It’s only September and the first hurricane of the season took the east coast by storm (quite literally) after wreaking total havoc on the Bahamas. Heavy rainfall, storm surge, and high winds are almost…

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fire safety

The Facts About Fire Safety in Metal Buildings

Metal buildings have long been a popular choice in the eyes of insurance agencies because of their durability. Man-made steel is strong enough to withstand hurricane-force winds and even earthquakes. The combination of a metal frame and gypsum board interior panels creates the perfect recipe for a building with low-fire risk. It’s an insurance agent’s…

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Quonset Hut

Quonset Hut Verses Prefab Metal Buildings

If you’re currently trying to decide between a traditional prefabricated building or Quonset hut for your next project, you probably have cost in mind. After all, most Quonset huts only cost about $6-$12 per square foot, thanks to the simplistic design. But before you go reaching for your wallet, it’s important to know exactly what…

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steep slope

Do I Need A Steep Slope or Low Slope Roof?

Prefabricated metal buildings are often chosen for their open concept design. The strength of steel eliminates the need for interior columns within a 300-foot width limit. And once more, changing the pitch of the roof won’t present the need for additional interior columns. With any prefabricated metal building, the floor plan can be molded to…

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winery

How Much Does It Cost To Start A Winery?

It’s a romantic idea, isn’t it? Most people only dream of opening their own winery, sharing their love of cabernets, pinots, and more with the world. But only the most passionate are able to turn that dream into a reality. Every year, more and more entrepreneurs are cashing in on this growing trend. Since the…

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Poultry Barn

3 Things Every Poultry Barn Needs

A world-class poultry facility will serve your birds, your workers, and your bottom line. When you custom-build a poultry barn to your exact specifications, you’re ensuring that you get the best possible value for your money by: Designing with animal comfort and productivity in mind, Creating a safe and efficient environment for your workers, And…

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Trampoline Park

How To Start An Indoor Trampoline Park

Trampoline parks are the fastest-growing segment of the out-of-home entertainment industry. But today, there are still just under 600 parks in the United States. There is plenty of room in the market to get jumping on the trampoline park trend if you know how to find your ideal clients and the right amount of capital.…

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