Agricultural Buildings

We’re Experienced With Agricultural Buildings

Agriculture powers our local and national economies. Climate and weather have a major effect on crop yields, but agricultural buildings should stand up to the elements without wear and tear. Steel is used in farm buildings across the country because it’s resistant to corrosion, rust, mold, flames and other types of damage due to moisture or extreme temperatures. 

We’re Trusted Nationally

National Steel Buildings is a certified Varco Pruden Builder. The second-largest metal building manufacturer in the U.S. trusts us to represent them, and you can too. 

We’re With You Every Step of the Way

Our team of suppliers, designers and builders have a reputation for excellent communication and a high commitment to quality and service. We understand everything from designing on paper to erecting in the field. 

Why Steel Agricultural Buildings?

Every city, town and community depends on agriculture. The structures that protect your livestock, equipment, and feed and grain storage have to resist whatever weather your local climate brings. Steel is a standard building material for agricultural buildings because it’s durable enough to withstand all of these conditions. It has the tensile strength to span long distances without losing its integrity and the ductility to hold its shape during earthquakes and storms. 

Get in touch with us to start planning your steel agricultural building project. Our creative problem solvers are here to work with you every step of the way!

Examples of Steel Agricultural Buildings

Whatever your needs, National Steel Buildings can provide a high-quality facility designed and built to your exact specifications and time frame. We proudly use only American steel in our high-quality products, and our components are preengineered to make construction fast, safe and simple. 

Here are some examples of agricultural buildings that benefit from steel framing and components:

  • Equipment storage.
  • Livestock stables.
  • Animal shelters.
  • Hay storage.
  • Food manufacturing.
  • Riding arenas.
  • Greenhouses.
  • Plant nurseries.
  • Brooder houses.
  • Dairy buildings.
  • Multiuse farm buildings.
  • Barns.
  • Silos.

Building Agricultural Facilities With Steel

We use sophisticated design technology to prefabricate steel components so there’s no cutting, welding or specialized tools required on the job site. Using steel framing and materials significantly cuts down project time frames, costs and safety issues across the entire process. That means you save on materials, insurance, labor, scrap disposal and more.

National Steel Buildings offers one streamlined solution from inception to design, manufacturing, delivery and construction. Our engineering and design experts make sure you’re getting the most cost-effective and structurally sound solutions for all of your agricultural needs with a quick turnaround. Whether you have a construction partner you like to work with or not, we can collaborate with any level of on-site support you need. 

How Much Do Steel Agricultural Buildings Cost?

That’s a difficult question to answer, and it depends on a number of different factors. The location, size, use of the structure and time of year will all affect the pricing of everything from the steel itself to transportation and construction services. 

National delivers significant cost savings to our customers in a couple of different ways. First, we’ve been buying and building nationally for 17 years, so we have the buying power to get premium materials for a fraction of the market price. Our design experts also use value engineering to save you more by taking all the building details into consideration, and reducing weight and load considerations wherever possible.

Can Agricultural Buildings Be Aesthetically Pleasing?

Absolutely! First and foremost, agricultural buildings need to be low maintenance, durable and functional. Steel can meet all of these architectural requirements and more. The high-tech wall and roofing systems available today come in attractive colors and textures, and they function with energy efficiency for precise temperature control. Steel components can be combined with traditional building materials such as stone, brick and glass to create the look and feel that represents your farm business.

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