Steel Building in Burnet, Texas

Metal Building Outlet supplied this steel building in Burnet, Texas in December of 2014.

The building boasts a Galvalume arched roof, and is now used as a shop by its owner. Crafted using Central Storage Works building components, the prefabricated metal building stands 45’x72’x17’, and contains (2) framed openings, (1) 14’x14’ in size and the other, 20’x14’.

Burnet and its surrounding areas experience a humid-subtropical climate characterized by hot, humid summers with occasionally strong storm activity and virtually no dry season. With this in mind, the Texas steel building was designed with a high wind speed of 125 mph and a snow load of 35 lbs.

A city and county seat of Burnet County in central Texas, the City of Burnet sits about 53 miles outside Killeen and 38 miles from Georgetown.

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Metal Building in Spring, Texas

tal Building Outlet supplied this pre-engineered steel building in Spring, Texas in late November of 2014.

Light stone in color, the massive, 100’x150’x25’ metal building is now used as a shop by Premier Services Construction Management, a leader in the construction management industry serving communities in and around the Houston metro area.

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Metal Building with High Wind Load in Alvin, Texas

Metal Building Outlet supplied this steel building for a customer in Alvin, Texas in August of 2014.

Sagebrush in color and topped with a Galvalume roof, the prefabricated metal building has a 4:12 roof pitch and is now used as a shop. Boasting a finished size of 36’x40’x14’, the metal building features (5) framed openings, including (3) 9’x10’, (1) 12’x12’ and (1) 3070 20-gauge insulated walk door.

Designed to be exceedingly strong and durable regardless of weather conditions, the steel building was constructed with a wind speed of 144 mph.

The City of Alvin is located within Brazoria County, in Eastern Texas. Considered a part of the Houston-The Woodlands – Sugar Land metropolitan area, Alvin lies about 33 miles outside Galveston and 30 miles from Sugar Land.

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Metal Warehouse Building in Washington County, Texas

Metal Building Outlet supplied this metal building for a buyer in Washington County, Texas, in early July of 2014.

Featuring components by Nucor Building Systems, the large, pre-engineered metal building now serves as a warehouse. The building boasts a finished size of 50’x100’x14’, and is topped with a Galvalume roof with a 1:12 roof pitch.

The warehouse features (3) framed openings, including (1) 8’x8’ and (2) 3070 walk doors. With the climate and sometimes windy weather patterns of Washington County in mind, the metal building was constructed with a wind speed of a whopping 120 mph, and a ground snow load of 5 lbs.

Washington County, Texas is considered a part of the Brenham, Texas Micropolitan Statistical Area, which in turn is a part of the Houston-The Woodlands Metropolitan Statistical Area. It lies within east-central Texas, and is about 80 miles from Houston and 20 miles from Brenham.

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Steel Building Frame in Orange, Texas

Metal Building Outlet supplied this steel building frame for a buyer in Orange, Texas, in May of 2014.

The prefabricated metal building stands 40’x80’x16’ with a 1:12 roof pitch, and is currently used as a shop building. It features (4) framed openings for easy user access, among them (1) 10’x10’ overhead door, (2) 12’x14’ overhead doors and (1) 4070 door.

Eastern Texas, where Orange is located, often experiences windy weather conditions, and as such, this metal building was constructed with a wind speed of 112 mph.

The City of Orange is the easternmost city in the State of Texas, and lies within Orange County, in east-central Texas. It lies about 90 miles outside of Baytown and roughly 27 miles from the City of Beaumont.

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Pre-Engineered Steel Building Kit in Cross Plains, Texas

Metal Building Outlet supplied this pre-engineered steel building for a customer in Cross Plains, Texas, in early June of 2014.

Evergreen in color and topped with a white roof, the building now serves as a shop. Constructed from repurposed Nucor Building Systems materials, the 60’x60’x14’ metal building with a 3:12 roof pitch is as environmentally friendly as it is economical.

The striking steel building features a total of (3) framed openings, including (1) 3’x5’ window, (1) 12’x14’ overhead door and (1) 12’x12’ overhead door. In consideration of the climate conditions common in central Texas, the metal building was constructed with a wind speed of 91 mph and a ground snow load of 5 lbs.

Cross Plains, Texas is a small town located within Callahan County, in central Texas. The Town of Cross Plains is 127 miles outside Fort Worth, and 44 miles from the City of Abilene.

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Steel Shop Building in Cross Roads, Texas

Metal Building Outlet supplied this steel building in Cross Roads, Texas, in late June of 2014.

Designed with Nucor Building Systems components, the building now operates as a shop building. Eye-catching and exceedingly durable, the building boasts a finished size of 100’x125’x16’, and is white in color, with red trim. It is covered with a Galvalume roof, and has a 1.5:12 roof pitch.

The prefabricated metal building has a total of (12) framed openings, all of which are 10’x10’ roll-up doors. To ensure user comfort and help maintain consistent temperatures year-round, R-13 insulation was included in both the roof and walls at the time of construction, and the building was also built with a wind speed of 90 mph.

Cross Roads, Texas is a small town of less than two thousand inhabitants that lies within Denton County, in north-central Texas. The Town of Cross Roads lies about nine miles outside Denton and 24 miles from McKinney.

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Metal Building in Fredricksburg, Texas

Metal Building Outlet supplied this steel building in Fredricksburg, Texas in April, 2014.  This building features steel components from Nucor. It is used as a personal shop about 70 miles from San Antonio and Austin in central Texas.

The exterior walls of this personal shop are light stone colored with an attractive red brick trim and has a galvalume 1:12 pitch roof. The finished dimensions of this shop are 30’x50’x12’.

Allowing easy access are 6 entrances (4) 10’x10’ overhead doors and (2) 3’x7’ walk doors. In order to meet the demands of Gillespie County, this shop building is rated for wind speeds of 90 MPH and the roof carries a snow load of 5 PSF.

The owner of this shop reports a high level of satisfaction in his purchase as well as the ease of purchasing a building with Metal Building Outlet.

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