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Metal Building in Corral, Idaho

Metal Building Outlet supplied this prefabricated steel building in Corral, Idaho, in July of 2020.

Durable, damage-resistant and energy efficient, the building features top-quality steel construction and currently undergoes agricultural use. Following a relatively fast and easy erection process, the structure stands 40’x40’x14’ in size.

Steel Building in Smithdale, Mississippi

Metal Building Outlet supplied this steel building in Smithdale, Mississippi.  The owner of this building took advantage of one of Metal Building Outlet’s frequent promotional discounts.  He uses the building to store machinery on his property.

With quality Nucor steel, this building has been in use since March, 2010.  The owner purchased a popular insulation package with R-13 roof and R-10 wall insulation keeping the building comfortable and energy efficient. At 50’x60’x16’ with a 1:12 pitched roof it is the perfect size for the owner’s needs.  Also featured on this building are four framed openings, in this case doors.  Two of the doors are 12’x14’ and the other two are 3’x7’ in size.

Smithdale is a small community in southwestern Mississippi, in Amite County. It is located 90 miles from Jackson and about 90 miles from Hattiesburg.  For Mississippi contractor click here

Metal Building in Marion, Michigan

Metal Building Outlet supplied this Garco-brand building in Marion, Michigan in October of 2012. The structure was intended to be used to store farm equipment. It measured 40’x80’x16’ with a roof pitch of 2:12.  In addition, this steel building was outfitted with a 12’x14’ framed opening.  Marion is located about 66 miles away from Traverse City, Michigan. It falls primarily within the boundaries of Grand Traverse County.

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Metal Building in Caro, Michigan

This structure was supplied by Metal Building Outlet in Caro, Michigan for use as a storage unit for farm equipment in 2009. The Nucor building measures 40’x60’x15’ and has a roof pitch of 1:12. In addition, the structure has a 3’x7’ walkdoor and a 20’x14’ sliding door. The building was a cost-effective solution for farm equipment storage in Michigan.

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