David Koller
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How to Build a Metal Home

How to Build a Metal Home
A small guide on how to build a metal home.

There are so many reasons why you may want to build a metal house. First of all, there’s the issue of durability, seeing as how steel is incredibly durable as a construction material. Second, there’s the issue of quick building time, due to the fact that the most construction elements just need to be set up at the site, instead of having to be molded on-site. Metal constructions are also easily expandable, which means that if you wanted to build an additional room, it would be much easier to do so. Lastly, these constructions are both energy efficient and sustainable, making it into an eco-friendly option. Now that you know the reason why here are some tips on how to build a metal home.

1.Pick a floor plan

The first thing you need to do is pick a floor plan, which depends on several factors. First, you need to figure out whether you want a single or multi-story home. Second, you need to consider the number of people that are supposed to live in your home, while also considering a possible family expansion in the future. Depending on the size of your property, you might want to think about the shape and size of your backyard after the home is finished. As for the interior layout planning , you need to deal with the usual amount of planning, that would await you regardless of the material or construction method.

2.On spot delivery

Another thing you need to consider is the issue of assembling the place, yet, for this to work, you need to consider several factors. There are somesteel fabrication suppliers, like ATS Building Products , who are willing to send teams onsite in order to do measurements for you so that there’s no mistake when the ordered materials finally reach the spot. Keep in mind that these experts have better tools, methods and practices for making the measurement, which means that they are much better prepared to make the necessary assessment.

3.Assembly

The process of building a home is fairly simple and it gets done in several steps. First, you make a concrete foundation and install base connectors. Next, you get to prepare all the steel arches and attach them to a foundation so that they stand in an upright position. After this is done, you get to join the arches together in order to make the steel home. Finally, you get to seal all the arches and add finishing touches like doors, windows, ventilation, skylights, etc.

4.Easier long-term maintenance

In a traditional home, there are so many different elements that require a greater amount of maintenance. We’re talking about roof shingles, gutters, façade, tiles, foundations and numerous elements that are known to degrade over the course of time. With metal, this will not be the case and you’ll be able to rest assured that your home becomes progressively cheaper over the course of time. Also, the depreciation of the property doesn’t hit nearly as hard (for obvious reasons), which is yet another factor worth bearing in mind.

5.Getting an insurance

The last thing you need to understand is the fact that your home needs insurance and getting one is much easier due to the fact that metal is a non-combustible material. This means that it has a lower risk hazard, which is why you’ll get much lighter in warranties and protection, especially when compared to a traditional house. Also, with a metal home, you’ll get a longer term warranty, often even between 20 and 50 years (depending on the element).

In conclusion

As you can see, the process itself is quite simple and it can help you get a home of your dreams in no time. Still, for this to work you need to have the right plan, the right supplier and a contractor capable of making it all work. Either way, it’s something that you would have to face either way.

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