Friday, November 10, 2017

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Steel Fabricator

SteelHomes™ manufactures steel frame compliant under Florida Building Code. We are a Miami-Dade approved fabricator, with an expirenced team of Certified Welders(AWS) on hand to work on any size project. Including restaurants, strip mall, commercial structures, multi-unit buildings and warehouses, customized to clients specifications and plans.

When it comes to commercial construction steel framed structures – are the most effective choice for durability and longevity of the structure – Steel Frame Benefits. The frame bears or transfers all wind loads and most dead and live loads to which the structure is subjected. It also supports all cladding and lining materials and most fixtures.

The frame provides the strength, stiffness and geometric stability of the building. Its ability to stay straight and square indefinitely, through varying seasons with temperature and humidity changes, is vital to just about everything attached to it – such as the brick exterior skin, roof tiles or sheeting, window units, door frames, plasterboard wall linings, ceramic tiles and so on.

Contact our sales team for more information or email your plans for an estimate today.

Steel framing are one of the best and most feasible alternative building materials for commercial construction. Steel is a Superior Construction Material.

  • Highest strength-to-weight ratio of any building material
  • 100% recyclable
  • 68% industry recycling rate
  • Non-combustible – does not burn nor contribute fuel to the spread of a fire
  • Inorganic – will not rot, warp, split, crack or creep
  • Dimensionally stable – does not expand or contract with moisture content
  • Consistent material quality – produced in strict accordance with national standards, no regional variations

Why should a builder choose steel?

There are many reasons why builders are turning to steel framing for their steel buildings and steel warehouses:

  • Substantial discounts on builders risk insurance
  • Lighter than other framing materials
  • Noncombustible
  • Easy material selection – no need to cull or sort the pile and small punch list.
  • Saves job-site time with ease of panelization off-site
  • Straight walls and square corners
  • Windows and doors open and close as they should
  • Less scrap and waste (2% for steel vs. 20% for lumber)
  • Price stability – price spikes are extremely rare
  • Consumer perceives correctly that steel as better
  • High strength results in safer structures, less maintenance and slower aging of structure
  • Fire safety
  • Not vulnerable to termites
  • Not vulnerable to any type of fungi or organism, including mold
  • Less probability of foundation problems – less weight results in less movement
  • Less probability of damage in an earthquake
  • Lighter structure with stronger connections results in less seismic force
  • Less probability of damage in high winds
  • Stronger connections, screwed versus nailed