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South Carolina Steel Buildings

With a gross state product of $136 billion, different industries throughout South Carolina can benefit from the flexibility and durability of steel buildings.

  • AIRPORTS: With six airports in South Carolina, steel structures make strong hangars and storage facilities for aircrafts, fueling equipment, and machinery.
  • AGRICULTURE: Quonset huts and pole barns are perfect for cultivating and storing tobacco, soybeans, and livestock.
  • WATER NAVIGATION: Boating and fishing storage is necessary as South Carolina is home to multiple lakes that cover nearly 700 square miles, including the 110,000-acre Lake Marion in Orangeburg County and the 60,000-acre Lake Moultrie in Berkeley County.
  • NATIONAL PARKS: National Parks from Mt. Pleasant to Greenwood County use South Carolina steel buildings as information centers and gift shops for tourists.
  • CHURCHES: With a large percentage of Protestant Christians in the state, steel churches can help accommodate fast parishioner growth.

Steel buildings offer protection from various problems that plague traditional wood construction such as mold and parasites. Low-maintenance steel construction keeps the interior free from mold and other fungi that could damage perishables or cause serious health problems. In addition, it prevents termite or carpenter ant infestation which causes structural damage to wood buildings.

Another benefit to steel buildings is the potential to save money with insurance discounts. Since structures are built using incombustible paneling and roofing to contain fires, your insurance company may provide better rates for protecting nearby people and businesses.

Start your search for South Carolina steel buildings by completing Metal Building Comparison’s free quote request form today. We’ll match you to multiple local and national dealers to find the best fit for your business or home.

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