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Steel Building in Boulder, Wyoming

Metal Building Outlet sourced this pre-engineered steel building in Boulder, Wyoming, in early December of 2019.

Intended for storage purposes, the building offers unrivaled durability, making it particularly well-suited for guarding assets in a wide range of sizes. Standing 40’x60’x17’ in size, the storage building has a broad clear span, providing as much usable storage space as possible, and it also has a striking, Ash Gray exterior that enhances its curb appeal.

The roof of the building has a 3:12 pitch and is a complementing Burnished Slate color, and (4) framed openings make the storage building accessible for users. Featured throughout the property are (2) 12’x14’ overhead door openings, (1) 10’x8’ opening and (1) 3’4”x7’2’ walk door opening.

The steel storage building also has several elements that make it better-suited for Wyoming’s sometimes-harsh climate, including a 43-pound snow load and a 115-mph wind speed rating. An unincorporated and lightly populated community in west-central Wyoming’s Sublette County, Boulder, Wyoming, sits about 12 miles from Pinedale and about 25 miles outside Daniel.

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Metal Roof-Only Building in Fallon, Nevada

Metal Building Outlet supplied this pre-engineered metal roof-only building in Fallon, Nevada, in September of 2019.

Comprised of robust, reliable steel components, the roof-only metal building functions as a protective cover, offering optimal defense for stored vehicles, RVs, farm equipment or whatever else the building owner wants to protect from the elements. Once erect, the steel cover stands an expansive 20’x50’x15’ in size and offers the high clearance necessary for storing a wide range of assets.

The roof itself has a 1:12 pitch and is comprised of hardwearing, corrosion-resistant Galvalume steel panels. Several supplemental features further equip the metal roof-only building for life in Nevada’s climate while keeping the structure in compliance with local building codes, among them a 20-pound snow load and a 115-mph wind speed rating.

Largely an agricultural community, Fallon is a part of western Nevada’s Churchill County. The area sits about 110 miles outside Austin, Nevada, which is the closest town.

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