WAREHOUSES

Steel Warehouses

An industrial size steel warehouse is just what you need to expand your growing business or jump-start a new one. To give our warehouses the strength and stability that a Clear-Span structure with a maximum width of 100 feet requires, we combine designs that use web truss engineering and galvanized steel tubing. There is no limit as to the potential length your steel warehouse can be.

For structural integrity, we automatically retrofit large warehouses with the A-Frame Vertical roof and vertical ends and sides.

Our attention to the unique needs of super large buildings helps us certify the massive warehouses we sell. You can rest assured that your certified warehouse complies with local building code requirements for extreme wind speeds and heavy snow loads. Contact our sales team for more information today.

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Door options:

Choose from either a commercial roll-up, garage style roll-up door, or a walk-in door.

Warehouse Sizes:

Aside from the maximum width of 100 feet for the warehouse buildings we sell, there is no restriction on the height. So for example, a steel warehouse building could be made with a ceiling height that exceeds 20 feet.

Warehouse Options

In addition to the door style options we already mentioned, other options you might want to add to your steel warehouse building include:

  • Windows
  • Transparent panels
  • Interior Panels
  • Insulation

Foundation

Our warehouse buildings are like our Clear-Span steel buildings because the web truss engineered design eliminates vertical support beams. Therefore, they require a cement foundation – or a concrete footer that covers the entire base of the building.