PRE-ENGINEERED STEEL BUILDINGS

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Pre-engineered Buildings

Baker Roofing Company works with design-build contractors and manufacturing to provide pre-engineered steel building systems.

As a business owner, it can be challenging to pinpoint one building to maintain and secure your entire business that fit with the needs and requirements of your business model. Sometimes there simply are not available structures that can meet all of your needs without factoring in expansion, building additions, or acquiring additional surrounding space. With prefabricated buildings, commercial owners have the ability to customize their space and ensure that it meets their expectations. The options are seemingly endless, with pre-engineered and pre-fabricated buildings which are built-to-last and the installation process is typically 30% fast than traditional construction.

Baker Roofing is skilled in coordinating, planning and securing the best possible material for your pre-fabricated building while also ensuring that your structure is fabricated according the the highest industry standards. We take a personalized approach to each steel building and give our customers the opportunity to choose a floor plan and style that best suits their business while accounting for future growth.

Commercial steel buildings are both functional and an aesthetically pleasing option that require extremely little to no maintenance. Some examples of pre-engineered steel buildings include: Auto Dealership Buildings, Big Box Retail Metal Buildings, Single-Tenant Developments, Steel Framed Warehouse, Distribution and Logistics Centers. Other types of steel buildings include those that are built as part of a community initiative or privately, for instance, recreational practice facilities such as the North Carolina State University Close-King Indoor Practice Field and the Wake Forest University Indoor Practice Facility.

What are the benefits of a pre-engineered metal building?

Pre-engineered steel buildings can be an excellent solution for your commercial building needs. Below are a few characteristics to help you decide if a prefabricated metal building is right for you!

Pre-engineered metal buildings are DURABLE.

Pre-engineered steel buildings are incredibly durable and have the ability to withstand heavy snowfall, high winds and event earthquakes. Other measures can be taken to further improve the durability of the roof panels by coating them with an aluminum compound, galvalume, to prevent rusting and increase the life of the panels. These structures are also non-combustible so it’s unlikely they will be destroyed by fire.

Pre-engineered metal buildings are ENERGY EFFICIENT.

Rigid frame steel buildings can be insulated far better than the typical wood frame steel building, which boosts energy efficiency and can result in savings on heating and cooling costs. Also, depending upon the structure of the building and location, business owners have the opportunity to utilize solar on their metal rooftop panels to reduce their carbon footprint and create an even more energy efficient facility.

Pre-engineered metal buildings are FLEXIBLE.

Pre-engineered buildings structural design can be customized to include few to no interior columns, resulting in an interior layout that is more flexible and better for storing large pieces of equipment, installing lifts, and conducting indoor activities. The ease of customization also allows the opportunity to have much larger door openings (e.g. overhead, rolling or sliding doors) allowing for better storage of equipment or materials large and small.

Pre-engineered metal buildings are COST EFFECTIVE.

Pre-engineered steel buildings are proven to cost less than traditional construction for various reasons. More often than not, the installation process with pre-engineered buildings is usually not affected by delays like traditional construction. Since prefabricated buildings simply need to be assembled, there are rarely any surprise additional job cost increases.