3 ways to make your steel building more affordable

40x60x16 steel building illustration

When considering a building, there are ways to make your steel building more affordable.  Part of the discussions we have with potential customers relates to how they want their building designed.  While we understand the desire to have lots of roll up doors, for instance, to utilize every square foot of space in a building, it may increase your cost due to engineering requirements.  With that in mind, we have 3 ways to make your steel building more affordable.
At Renegade Steel Buildings, we love to work with educated customers.  We want you to be as informed as possible about the steel building purchase you are about to make.  Be sure to check out some of the other informational pages we have and ask your project manager any questions you may have.  We also encourage you to really check out any company you may be considering for a steel building.  We’re always happy to help you make sure you’re comparing apples to apples.

How do I choose a steel building

40x60x10 steel building illustration with tan walls

A common feature of any pre-engineered steel building is utilizing tapered columns and rafters. This allows the engineers to design the main frame members that support your building with a reduction of steel while still maintaining the structural rigidity to meet the design criteria. Since we get quite a few questions about dealing with the columns when a customer wants to finish and interior, we thought a couple of illustrations might help explain this part of a steel building.

How much does a 50×100 steel building cost

60x100x16 steel building frame illustration

A common feature of any pre-engineered steel building is utilizing tapered columns and rafters. This allows the engineers to design the main frame members that support your building with a reduction of steel while still maintaining the structural rigidity to meet the design criteria. Since we get quite a few questions about dealing with the columns when a customer wants to finish and interior, we thought a couple of illustrations might help explain this part of a steel building.

How much does a 60×100 steel building cost

60x100x16 steel building frame illustration

A common feature of any pre-engineered steel building is utilizing tapered columns and rafters. This allows the engineers to design the main frame members that support your building with a reduction of steel while still maintaining the structural rigidity to meet the design criteria. Since we get quite a few questions about dealing with the columns when a customer wants to finish and interior, we thought a couple of illustrations might help explain this part of a steel building.

Joseph Dye

Renegade Steel Buildings project manager Joseph Dye

Joseph DyeJoseph Dye is one of the longstanding senior project managers here at Renegade Steel Buildings, who began his tenure in 2013.  His experience in marketing, logistics and full-time ministry complements his efforts in sales and project management. Joseph utilizes his skills from his time in the military and a variety of careers to focus on facilitating his customer’s design …

Pre-engineered Steel Buildings – Who pulls the permit?

steel building preliminary drawings

A common feature of any pre-engineered steel building is utilizing tapered columns and rafters. This allows the engineers to design the main frame members that support your building with a reduction of steel while still maintaining the structural rigidity to meet the design criteria. Since we get quite a few questions about dealing with the columns when a customer wants to finish and interior, we thought a couple of illustrations might help explain this part of a steel building.

Steel Building Columns – Tapered vs Straight

steel building tapered column illustration

A common feature of any pre-engineered steel building is utilizing tapered columns and rafters. This allows the engineers to design the main frame members that support your building with a reduction of steel while still maintaining the structural rigidity to meet the design criteria. Since we get quite a few questions about dealing with the columns when a customer wants to finish and interior, we thought a couple of illustrations might help explain this part of a steel building.

Jeff McPhail

Jeff McPhail

Jeff McPhailJeff is the marketing manager here at Renegade Steel Buildings.  He handles all our marketing from social media to advertising as well as website development and IT support.  He studied Electronics Engineering in college which helps in his troubleshooting skills.  After college he worked in the graphics arts industry for many years supporting pre-press systems as a regional manager.  …

John Kivett

John Kivett

John KivettJohn is the numbers guy here at Renegade Steel Buildings.  While most of our customers interface with one of the sales/project managers here, John is involved with every job behind the scenes.  From processing order deposits to auditing each job as it goes through the process from engineering to fabrication, John is methodical in accounting for everything involved in …

Michael Nelson

Michael Nelson

Michael NelsonMichael Nelson is our newest member of the team here at Renegade.  While he may only have a couple of months under his belt here, you can rest assured that his attention to detail is great and every deal he works on is checked by our general manager through his training period. His previous experience comes from many years …