The manufacturing facility we do business with is one of the most sophisticated in the steel building industry. The engineers, advanced computer technologies, and precise machinery exemplify the commitment to quality.
The team of engineers and draftsmen utilize advanced CAD-CAM software created exclusively for the steel building industry. The expert engineers can certify and stamp blueprint drawings for every state in America, including Hawaii and Alaska. The engineers will meet or exceed your local building codes and snow load requirements and provide you with final construction drawings accurate enough to pour concrete from.
The factory utilizes Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) technology because it enables us to create the highest quality secondary steel framing on the market today. The CNC machines use streams of digital information from CAD-CAM outputs to move motors and other positioning systems on order to cut, roll form, and pre-punch bolt holes in steel components. Because the factory is completely automated using CNC technology, we are able to produce higher quality components in less time than our competitors, which allows us to pass substantial savings on to you.
Every girt and purlin produced in the factory is galvanized with a zinc coating which seals the surface of the steel to prevent rust. Unlike many steel building manufacturers, this rust-prevention treatment is standard on every building we sell at no additional cost. Galvanization extends the life of your project and the appearance. Our cleaner, brighter product also features lower maintenance costs.
The certified welders utilize the latest gas metal arc welding (GMWA) technology. In addition, the advanced twin-arc submerged welding system is capable of manufacturing structural steel components up to 72 inches deep, thus allowing us to produce column-free building interiors up to 200 feet wide. All welded components must pass strict quality control requirements.
Most steel building manufacturers bend building eaves and trim by hand, resulting in poor quality and substandard workmanship. The trim department utilizes ten specialized roll forming machines; whereas, many competing steel building manufactures buy their gutters and downspouts from many suppliers, we work solely with one factory which has the machines and technology to construct gutters and downspouts. Therefore, we do not increase the price of our buildings to cover the cost of paying many suppliers. This results in additional savings for you.