As you evaluate your options for construction for your new business or even a facility on your personal property, don’t forget to consider a pre-engineered metal building. These types of buildings provide a great number of benefits versus others you may be looking at, especially as it relates to cutting costs. If this sounds good to you both now and ongoing, learn these four ways metal buildings save you money.
UPFRONT cost savings of pre-engineered metal buildings:
Through their design. The plans of a pre-engineered metal building are determined using computer software. This method drastically cuts down the time – and expenses – required for design.
During construction. Pre-engineered metal buildings are just what their name says, meaning they’re constructed before they ever even arrive to your location. This process reduces costs related to traditional construction needs, personnel, and extensive timelines. Further, for businesses, the reduced time required to open your doors allows you to get a jump on sales.
ONGOING cost savings of pre-engineered metal buildings:
Through use. The steel used to make pre-engineered metal buildings is highly durable and long lasting, which allows it to effectively weather the elements. This results in energy efficiency (and related savings) as well as reduced risk of damage (and costly repairs).
With insurance. The same sturdy (and fire resistant) framework of metal buildings mentioned above can result in lower insurance premiums, especially when compared to facilities built with wood.
These four areas show that business owners and other individuals have the opportunity to save costs when choosing a pre-engineered metal building versus others. If you’ve chosen this route for construction, are there other savings you’ve realized up front or ongoing? Share with us on Facebook or LinkedIn!
To learn more about pre-engineered metal buildings, contact our team at BEP Engineering Services.