We have the right experience to erect pre-engineered metal buildings.
Do you need an experienced construction company to erect a metal building for your business? At S.E. Trogdon & Sons Inc., we have experience constructing all kinds of buildings for commercial, industrial, manufacturing, and institutional projects in Asheboro, North Carolina. With our more than 90 years in the business, we have become a trusted name in the community and are prepared to handle your commercial construction needs whether they are large or small.
When constructing a commercial building, one of the most important considerations is the materials that will be used to construct it. Metal is among the best options, as it is strong, durable, recyclable, lightweight, and simple to install. Pre-engineered metal buildings take things a step further by allowing for quicker, simpler construction compared to other types of buildings.
Pre-engineered metal buildings are manufactured offsite but designed with the specific project in mind. When you turn to us for a pre-engineered metal building, our team will discuss your requirements in depth and then create the components according to your specifications. Then, our skilled team will erect your metal building using advanced equipment and the proper techniques. When we’re finished, you will have a visually appealing, functional building that stands the test of time.
Pre-engineered metal buildings or otherwise, construction projects have plenty of challenges. You can rely on our problem-solving skills and dedication to clear, prompt communication to ensure your project is completed according to your needs. Get in touch with our experts today.
FAQs About Pre-Engineered Metal Buildings
When dealing with commercial buildings, it is essential to ensure their durability and stability through the years, despite their exposure to the elements and other factors. For this reason, many commercial developers and contractors lean toward metal buildings. Even better? Pre-engineered metal buildings offer significant strength and a quicker build time. With over 90 years in the commercial building industry, our team knows a thing or two about this type of building. Take a look at the list of commonly asked questions we’ve compiled below.
What is a pre-engineered metal building?
A pre-engineered metal building (PEMB) is a type of structure erected on-site after being designed and fabricated off-site, usually in a factory. The pre-engineered and pre-designed components produced to exacting standards enable its effective and affordable construction.
What benefits come with selecting a pre-engineered metal building?
Pre-engineered metal buildings come with several benefits, such as quicker construction timeframes, affordability, adaptability in design, durability, and sustainability. They are frequently utilized in commercial, industrial, and agricultural applications and can be tailored to match specific design specifications.
How long does it take to erect a prefabricated metal structure?
A pre-engineered metal building’s construction duration is contingent upon various aspects, including the building’s dimensions, design intricacy, and site circumstances. However, because they use standardized components and efficient manufacturing processes, PEMBs typically have quicker building periods than traditional approaches.
Is it possible to modify pre-engineered metal buildings to meet design specifications?
You might be surprised to learn that you’re able to customize pre-engineered metal buildings. The fact that they are adaptable to different architectural plans, sizes, and styles is just one more reason to consider them for your needs.
What kind of upkeep do pre-engineered metal buildings need?
Pre-engineered metal buildings usually need very little upkeep. Essentially, consistent evaluation and upkeep of structural elements such as windows, doors, and roofs are all that’s needed.
At S.E. Trogdon & Sons Inc., we build pre-engineered metal buildings in Asheboro, Greensboro, High Point, Winston-Salem, Summerfield, Kernersville, Siler City, Chapel Hill, Salisbury, and Statesville, North Carolina.