Murphy Steel Buildings

If you're in the market for a steel building in the Murphy, NC area, you have come to the right place.  We have supplied a variety of building sizes to Murphy, Andrews, Brasstown, Hayesville, Robbinsville and surrounding areas  .  When it comes to steel buildings, we have the knowledge and experience, and more importantly, the service and support during and after the sale.  Whether you're looking for a 30x40 shop for the back yard, a 40x60 garage, a 75x150 commercial warehouse, a 150x200 industrial building, or any other size, we are here to help you.
40x50x16 tan steel building with large roll up door
40x60x16 steel building with 3:12 roof pitch, 3-12x14 roll up doors, 18" extension around perimeter of building, wainscot to 3'6" on all walls, interior liner panels to 12', roof and wall insulation, 1-3070 walk door, and more.
30x40x10 steel building desert illustration
Interior view of the same 40x60x16 steel building showing liner panels.

What makes Renegade Steel Buildings different in Murphy, North Carolina?

There are many companies that provide steel buildings, so how do you choose?  That's a great question.  The first determination is to make sure you are comparing apples to apples.  There are several structures that people refer to as a steel building or metal building, but they are not all built the same.  Take a look below at some of the different "steel buildings".  Renegade is proud to only supply a Red Iron, I-beam, pre-engineered steel building.
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Renegade Red Iron Steel Building

The quality building that we offer

The frame of the building is comprised of steel I-beams for the columns and rafters and steel secondary members for wall girts, roof purlins and framed openings. The mainframe columns are engineered to be anchor bolted to the concrete foundation. We utilize 26 gauge metal panels for the roof and walls with even thicker material available. This is commonly referred to as a Pre-Engineered, Red Iron Steel Building.

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Pole Barn Steel Building

Cheap building sold by other companies - not sold by Renegade

The structure of this building is comprised of wood poles placed in the ground, wooden girts & purlins, and wooden trusses. Many times, thinner 29 gauge metal panels are used for the panels.  The wooden poles are more flexible allowing the building to move or sway in the wind.  This movement can have adverse effects on the structure and weather seal.

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Quonset Hut

Cheaper building sold by other companies - not sold by Renegade

A rounded or arch style steel building with no internal framing similar to the old military style buildings. There is no internal support structure as the arch style of the panels create a self supporting structure. This design has limitations on widths and the radius design decreases usable wall space.

tube frame structure illustration

Tube Frame Steel Building (Carport)

Cheapest building sold by other companies - not sold by Renegade

This style building uses a square tube for the building structure. The building can be placed on concrete or gravel with nothing more than a mobile home anchor. Typically, thinner 29 gauge metal panels are used to sheet the building.

Which style building is right for you?

When making your decision on the building type you need, there are several factors that determine the best fit.

Obviously price is always a factor for any project.  The old saying "you get what you pay for" rings true with metal buildings.  You are paying for the amount of steel that makes up your building.  Cheaper options tend to be lighter weight and less rigid.

Longevity can be a factor as well.  The building we sell is virtually maintenance free.  No worries about termites or rot along with a 25 year finish warranty to give you peace of mind knowing your building will last.  Not to mention the fact that every building we sell is engineered for the state and location it is going.  This means your Birmingham Steel Building is designed for your local loads, certified and supplied with stamped, engineered plans.

Our red-iron, I-beam steel buildings allow you to utilize a clear span design offering open floor space.  Our bolt together commercial grade steel building is the perfect choice for your residential shop, commercial retail space or industrial manufacturing facility.  Still have questions, check out our Steel Building Frequently Asked Questions page or go to Metal Building Kits page.


The Renegade Steel Building difference

So you want your Murphy Steel Building to be Pre-Engineered Red Iron, what makes Renegade Steel Buildings different from other suppliers? First, there are several options that we designate as a "standard" for every building we sell.  Things like Long Life screws in the roof and walls, Formed Base Trim, Framed Openings for windows, and PBR roof and wall panels.  These standards help to make a building that we are happy to put the Renegade name on.  Feel free to check out our building standards page for more info. Second, we want to earn your business in Murphy and surrounding areas.  We do this by working with you to determine how to best meet the needs specifically tailored to your building.  We try to help you value engineer your building to help you get the most bang for your buck.  After we earn your business, we want to make sure you're a happy customer by providing excellent service after the sale.  That's how we got our name Renegade, by doing business differently than most companies in this industry. Third, we may have contacts for local contractors to help with your building construction.  We supply the building kit shipped to you, but we are not general contractors.  If we give you contact info for an erector in your area, you should talk to them to make sure your comfortable with them and their work.  You will want to get a contract from them as you will be contracting directly with them.  Please note, if we provide a contact for a third party, this is not a recommendation or referral for said party.

Trust Renegade Steel Buildings

A nice website and information is great, but how can you trust us with your project?  We hope you do your homework to see that Renegade really does care about our customers.  You can find a few of our customer testimonials here and you can check out our A+ rating with the BBB here.  Maybe your a first time buyer and need to know more about how the process works, go to our buying process page for more information.

Since Renegade Steel Buildings, Inc.  was formed, we have helped thousands of customers with many of them becoming repeat customers.  In Murphy and surrounding areas alone, we have hundreds of buildings.  We hope to earn your business and add you to our testimonials list as well.

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About Murphy, NC

Blue Ridge Mountains near Murphy, NC

Murphy, NC is located in Cherokee county and is the county seat. Named for North Carolina politician Archibald Murphey who was involved in educational advances for the people in this area.  This area was part of the area occupied by the Cherokee people until their removal in 1836.

At one point, Murphy had two train rails, one from North Georgia (L&N Railroad) and the other from Asheville (Southern Railroad).  The old L&N depot is currently used as a community center.

Situated on the Hiwassee River, Murphy is approximately half way between Atlanta and Knoxville and boasts beautiful views of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

North Georgia Mountains with a Renegade Steel Building in the foreground
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