Metal Building in Malad City, Idaho

Metal Building Outlet supplied this steel building in Malad City, Idaho. The customer ordered a fox gray and galvalume building to be used for shop space and storage near Malad City, ID.  Malad is a small town approximately 172 miles away from Twin Falls, ID and 59 miles away from Pocatello, ID.

The Nucor 40’x50’x14’ building has an overhead door and a 3’x7’ walkdoor.  It was fitted with an R-13 insulation package for the walls and the roof.

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Insulated Steel Building in Rigby, Idaho

Metal Building Outlet provided this pre-engineered metal building in Rigby, Idaho, in late September of 2016.

Hardwearing, energy efficient and low maintenance by design, the building is crafted from top-of-the-line steel components and stands 40’x40’x12’ in size. Now used as a shop, the structure is covered and protected from above by a light stone-colored metal roof with a 3:12 pitch. Inside it are a total of (5) framed openings, which include (1) 18’x10’ opening, (2) 3070 openings and (2) 4030 windows.

To dramatically reduce energy bills associated with the shop building, R-19 insulation is installed in both the roof and walls. The insulation also enhances sound control and interior comfort for building users, regardless of time of year or outside climate. A high snow load of 50 lbs. and a wind speed rating of 115 mph serve as additional features, and were included in consideration of the weather patterns and sometimes heavy seasonal snowfall experienced in the region. A small city set within eastern Idaho’s Jefferson County, Rigby is situated about 15 miles outside Idaho Falls and 13 miles from Rexburg.

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Multipurpose Metal Building in Rigby, Idaho

Metal Building Outlet secured this pre-engineered steel building for a client in Rigby, Idaho, in early April of 2018.

Nowadays, it serves an array of unspecified purposes for its owner, offering the uncompromised strength and durability Idaho’s often-unpredictable climate demands. Comprised of premium-quality steel components, the building stands 30’x60’x16’ in size, and it features an attractive, Light Stone exterior that offers considerable curb appeal. Overhead, a corrosion-resistant roof crafted from Galvalume metal panels offers a 4:12 pitch, while (2) framed openings; (1) 18’x14’ opening and (1) 3070 walk door opening, serve as additional features.

The metal building also boasts several enhancements made with the climate of Rigby in mind. The area is prone to distinct seasonal weather and temperature differences and heavy wintertime snowfall, and as such, it features a 115-mph wind load and a high, 50-pound snow load. A small city set within eastern Idaho’s Jefferson County, Rigby lies about 294 miles east of Boise, by car, and about 15 miles northeast of Idaho Falls.

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Strength & Durability in a Parma, Idaho Metal Arena

Metal Building Outlet sourced this premanufactured steel building for a client in Parma, Idaho, in late April of 2018.

Now functioning as an arena, the metal building boasts a broad, clear-span design and a finished size of 80’x160’x16’. Light Stone in color and comprised of top-quality steel components, it features a rugged Galvalume metal roof with a 2:12 pitch, while (2) 12’x12’ framed openings serve as additional attributes.

Durable, economical and inherently low maintenance, the metal arena requires little more than an occasional power wash to maintain its exterior appeal, and it is also highly sustainable, should the need arise to recycle it at the end of its lifespan. Supplemental accommodations include a 115-mph wind load and a 43-pound snow load; inclusions made in consideration of the variable weather and climate patterns common in and around Parma.

Part of western Idaho’s Canyon County, Parma falls within the Boise City-Nampa, Idaho Metropolitan Statistical Area. The small community sits about 16 miles northwest of Caldwell and roughly 11 miles west of Sand Hollow.

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Prefab steel building kits in Fairfield, Idaho

Metal Building Outlet provided this prefabricated steel building for a customer in Fairfield, Idaho, in mid-September, 2016.

Fox gray in color and now used as a shop, the building is crafted from high-end steel components and stands 30’x60’x18’ in size. Covering and protecting it from above is a rugged, corrosion-resistant Galvalume roof with a 3:12 pitch, and inside it are (2) framed openings. These include (1) 12’x14’ opening enclosing (1) 12’x14’ Model 2432 door, and (1) 3070 opening enclosing (1) 20-gauge 3070 walk door featuring R-9 insulation.

A wind speed rating of 90 mph and a very high snow load of 100 lbs. serve as additional project features. These inclusions were made with respect to the climate of Fairfield and the surrounding region, an area prone to long, sometimes bitterly cold winters and abundant seasonal snowfall. A part of Camas County near central Idaho, Fairfield is situated about 120 miles outside Nampa and about 70 miles from Twin Falls.

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Metal Building in New Plymouth, Idaho

Metal Building Outlet supplied this steel building in New Plymouth, Idaho in April, 2013.  This Nucor steel building is used as a shop building in Payette County about 10 miles from Fruitland and Ontario.

In order to meet codes and the requirements for the climate, this building has an 85 MPH wind rating. The finished size of this building is: 60’x100’x18’ and the roof has a 1:12 pitch.

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Three Steel Buildings in Pingree, Idaho

Metal Building Outlet supplied these (3) steel buildings to a customer in Pingree, Idaho, in early June of 2012.

The first building stands 20’x50’16 with a 3:12 roof pitch, the second, 16’x50’x10’ with a 2:12 roof pitch and the third, 16’x50’x10’ with a 2:12 roof pitch. All of the buildings feature parts by CO Building Systems.

Among them, the buildings have (9) framed openings, which include (1) 12’x14’ overhead door, (2) 12’x18’ overhead doors, (2) 3070 walk doors and (4) 3050 windows. In consideration of Idaho’s occasionally heavy snowfall and variable weather patterns, the buildings all have R-19 insulation in both their roofs and walls. They also have a wind speed of 90 mph and a ground snow load of 45 lbs.

Pingree, Idaho is an unincorporated community located within Bingham County, in Southeast Idaho. It lies about 22 miles from Aberdeen and about 40 miles outside Pocatello.

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