The Benefits of Steel Building

The Benefits of Steel Building

Anas Bouargane 30/08/2019 5
The Benefits of Steel Building

As we become increasingly eco-conscious as we evolve – taking care of the environment is becoming part of our everyday lives, and part our decision-making process.  As such, an increasing number of people are using steel when it comes to building garden offices, man caves, and even small homes.  We have listed the main reasons why steel buildings are so eco-friendly.

They are Long Lasting and Durable

Due to the nature of the materials used, steel buildings are highly durable. This is particularly beneficial if you live in an extreme climate where you can either expect heavy rainstorms, or the opposite where there is a lot of heat.  It can withstand all of that, and more.

 If your steel building is out in the garden, the added advantage is that you don’t need to treat the steel in any way to counteract mould or insect infestation.  You can rest assured that you will get a return on investment with your steel building no matter what its purpose is. If you scrimp on the building, bear in mind the end result may not be as good which is a common mistake people tend to make. If you want to get it right first time, then avoid these mistakes when investing in a steel building. 

There is Minimal Waste

When a steel building is manufactured, it is created in such a way that there will be minimal waste which isn’t always the case with other types of materials.  It is custom designed to meet your requirements, so everything has its own place.  The materials are also much more sustainable, so you don’t have to use wood from lots of trees to make a similar product that won’t last as long. 

You could See a Reduction in Energy Bills

You can add great insulation to steel buildings – which can make them much more energy efficient. It makes it more difficult for hot or cold air to enter or escape so you will see your utility bills dramatically reduced as an added benefit.  The average amount saved would be around 30% - which is perfect if you are using your steel building as a workspace that you use a lot as you can set the temperature lower than what you normally would.

Save Further with Solar Panels

If you are looking to go even further, you could consider adding solar panels to your steel building.  Since the steel frames are so strong – they are able to support solar panels.  This means that effectively you are generating your own energy.  Not only is this eco-friendly – but it also means that you don’t need to pay extra in utilities.  The price of energy is on the rise and shows no signs of stopping – so this could be a valuable asset as time goes on. 

Steel Buildings Can be Relocated

If you purchased a commercial space, this couldn’t be relocated – and the likelihood is if you had a garden office, you might be less likely to take to another location with you.  Instead of having to buy again, you may be surprised to know that steel structures are actually easier than most structures to move from one place to another which means there would be less waste.

If you are environmentally aware, and are conscious of the choices you make, then a steel building could be a good way to go whether you are setting up a workspace, want some extra storage or even investing in a new garage. 

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  • Andrea Zander

    Steel buildings cut costs on every phase of construction.

  • Paul Johnston

    There are fewer foundation problems over time with steel buildings

  • Martin Valentin

    Steel is the ultimate energy savings.

  • Craig Stevenson

    It can be recycled endlessly without losing any of its original properties.

  • Teresa Fanning

    Perfect for a storage !!!

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Anas Bouargane

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Anas is the founder of CEF Académie, a platform that provides guidance and support for those willing to study in France. He previously interned at AlphaSense. Anas holds a bachelor degree in applied economics from the University Paris Sud.

   

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