Often times when people hear steel building they think of a big commercial looking box. The versatility of steel construction, however, allows for so much more.
The starting place is Roof Pitch, the difference between a 1:12 and 4:12 creates a distinctively different appearance.
|Warehouse With A 1:12 Roof Pitch||Agricultural Storage Building With A 4:12 Roof Pitch|
Adding Lean-To configurations are another styling option for your Steel Building. Lean-To’s can be open or enclosed, continue along the existing roof line or stepped down, supported or freestanding.
|Barn Building With Open Lean-To’s Along Both Sidewalls|
Another popular design style is the Raised Center Aisle frame work. Commonly called Western Style, or Monitor Style the difference between this structure type and a building with (2) stepped down enclosed Lean-To’s is the completely clear-span entire. Many customers opt to place a row of either windows or wall-lites into the sheeted space between the raised aisle and the Lean-To’s allowing for a flood of natural light to illuminate the building.
|Raised Center Aisle Building Design|
Looking to add some color to your building design, wainscoting adds a sharp aesthetic with a minimal impact to cost.
|Wainscoting Design On A Gable Steel Building|