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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Metal Workshop in Monteview, Idaho

Pre-Engineered Metal Workshop in Parma, Idaho

Metal Building Outlet supplied this prefabricated metal building for a client in Parma, Idaho, in April of 2018.

Rugged, economical and easily adaptable, should the need arise to change its size, the building stands 40’x60’x16’ once fully erect and now functions as a workshop. Ash Gray in color, it features premium-quality steel construction and a complementing, corrosion-resistant Charcoal Gray metal roof with a 3:12 pitch overhead, and (4) framed openings serve as additional building characteristics. These include (3) 12’x14’ framed openings that allow for easy building accessibility and (1) 3070 opening harboring (1) 3070 metal walk door.

The steel workshop also offers several accommodations that augment durability given the climate and weather patterns common across Parma, and these include a 25-pound snow load and a 115-mph wind speed rating. Part of rural Canyon County, in southwestern Idaho, the city of Parma falls within the Boise City – Nampa, Idaho Metropolitan Statistical Area. It lies about 16 miles northwest of Caldwell and roughly 8 miles north of Wilder.

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Pre-Engineered Steel Building in Blackfoot, Idaho

Metal Building Outlet supplied this prefabricated steel shop building for a client in Blackfoot, Idaho, in March of 2018.

Rugged, low maintenance and exceedingly energy efficient, the building now functions as a shop, providing a safe, secure work environment for building users. Ash Gray in color, it stands 40’x60’x16’ in size following a quick erection process.

Steel Building in Midvale, Idaho

Metal Building Outlet supplied this preconstructed metal building for a customer located in Midvale, Idaho, in late June of 2017.

Now used for hay storage, the durable, easy to maintain building stands 50’x120’x20’ in size, and a rugged, corrosion-resistant Galvalume metal roof with a 4:12 pitch protects the interior from overhead. Crafted from top-quality steel components, the building features several accommodations intended to help it stand strong against the elements and weather patterns common throughout Midvale and the surrounding region, among them a 115-mph wind speed rating and a high, 80-pound snow load.

A city set within west-central Idaho’s Washington County, Midvale is home to only a few hundred residents, many of whom are involved with agriculture and farming. Prone to variable temperatures and often-considerable seasonal snowfall, the city of Midvale sits about eight miles outside Cambridge and about 21 miles from Weiser.

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Steel Building in Emmett, Idaho

Metal Building Outlet supplied this prefabricated steel building for a customer in Emmett, Idaho, in December of 2015.

Polar white in color with complementing evergreen trim, the attractive and energy-efficient building stands 80’x75’x16’ in size and is constructed from premium-grade steel components. Its roof has a 2:12 pitch and is made of hardwearing, corrosion-resistant Galvalume metal. Inside the metal building, now used for storage, are (10) framed openings. These include (5) that house 3070 walk doors, (4) 16’x14’ openings and (1) 14’x14’ framed opening.

To reduce energy costs associated with the structure, R-6 insulation with high-performance WMP VRR facing is installed within its roof and walls. Additional project features include a wind speed of 115 mph and a snow load of 30 lbs. were added with respect for the climate of the Emmett, Idaho area. A part of west-central Idaho’s Gem County, Emmett lies about 30 miles outside Nampa and about 25 miles from Meridian.

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Metal Buildings in Meridian, Idaho

Metal Building Outlet supplied these (2) pre-engineered steel buildings in Meridian, Idaho, in early August of 2017.

Supremely energy efficient and offering considerable curb appeal, the buildings together serve as a storage area. Comprised of top-grade steel components, the first structure stands 30’x12’x10’ in size once fully erect, while the second structure stands 12’x24’x10’. Covering both storage buildings from above are hardwearing, corrosion-resistant Galvalume metal roofs with 1:12 pitches.

Distributed between the (2) buildings are (4) framed openings varying in size, among them (1) 8’x8’ opening, (1) 3’4”x7’2” opening and (2) 4’x4’ openings. Installed in the roofs and walls of the structures is R-19 insulation, which keeps building users comfortable regardless of rising or falling temperatures while lowering energy bills associated with the storage area considerably. Additional enhancements made in consideration of the variable climate of Meridian and the considerable snowfall sometimes seen throughout the region include a 25-pound snow load and a 115-mph wind speed rating.

The fastest-growing and third-largest city in Idaho, Meridian is a part of southwestern Idaho’s Ada County. It lies about 11 miles outside Boise and about 13 miles outside Nampa.

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Metal Buildings in Athol, Idaho

Metal Building Outlet supplied these (3) prefabricated steel buildings in Athol, Idaho, in mid-September of 2017.

Together, the (3) buildings create a combination house-and-shop, and they all boast striking, light stone-colored exteriors along with complementing, desert sand-colored metal roofs. The (3) structures differ in size, however, with the first standing 40’x80’x15’, the second, 20’x80’x13’ and the third, 24’x20’x13’. Furthermore, the first building’s roof boasts a 4:12 roof pitch, while the second and third buildings’ roofs have 2:12 pitches.

Distributed among the (3) pre-engineered metal buildings are (10) framed openings varying in size, including (1) 16’x14’ opening, (2) 12’x12’ openings, (2) 6070 openings, (2) 8’x5’ openings, (2) 8’x4’ openings, and, finally, (1) 6’x5’ framed opening. Other accommodations include a 115-mph wind speed rating and a high, 73-pound snow load; features added with respect for the weather and climate characteristics of the Athol area, which is prone to higher-than-average seasonal snowfall.

A sparsely populated city set within northern Idaho’s Kootenai County, Athol is part of the Coeur d’Alene Metropolitan Statistical Area. It sits about 21 miles from Coeur d’Alene and roughly 8.5 miles from Spirit Lake.

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Metal Building in Firth, Idaho

Metal Building Outlet provided this prefabricated steel building for a customer in Firth, Idaho, in September of 2017.

Built to last the long haul and insulated to maximize energy efficiency, the building boasts a bold, rustic red exterior and now serves as a shop. Overhead lies a rugged, burnished slate-colored metal roof with a 3:12 pitch, and the building itself is comprised of top-quality steel components and stands 40’x80’x16’ in size.

To ensure year-round comfort for building users, the shop also boasts an insulation package. In its roof, it has high-performance, R-19 insulation, while R-13 insulation sits within its walls. The insulation also helps muffle noise while keeping energy bills manageable for building owners. Additional attributes include (10) framed openings varying in size, among them (1) 12’x14’ opening, (1) 10’x10’ opening, (2) 3070 openings and (6) 4040 windows that let natural sunlight inside.

A snow load of 40 pounds and a wind speed rating of 115 mph serve as additional features added with respect for the distinct seasonal differences and precipitation patterns common in and around the Firth area. A small, sparsely populated city in southeastern Idaho’s Bingham County, Firth lies along the eastern edge of the Snake River. The city sits about 50 miles outside Aberdeen and roughly 1.5 miles outside Basalt.

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