Frequently Asked Questions

Fabric Building FAQ's

What standard widths do you offer?
Our agricultural line of buildings comes standard in 30’, 40’, 50’, 60’, 70’, and 80’ building widths. We also offer buildings with hi-profile trusses in 40’, 50’, and 60’ building widths. Our commercial line of buildings comes standard in our hybrid line of buildings is completely customizable and has no standards. The length, width
Are your buildings engineered
Yes, our buildings are made for each specific application to account for the wind and snow loads. Our competitors offer buildings that can be installed anywhere and therefore are not engineered for the specific location and are structurally unstable.
What is the wind load
Our buildings are engineered to comply with the IBC 2009 (International Building Code). The code states that the buildings should be engineered for 90 mph winds and our buildings comply with those codes
What is the snow load
We offer buildings that comply with each of the various snow loads. We offer buildings for 0 psf snow loads all the way up to 50 psf snow loads.
Is hot dip galvanized or pre-galvanized better
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What makes the roof material last so long?
The cover material is manufactured from high density polyethylene tapes and coated on each side with low density polyethylene. The cover has UV inhibitors on each side to ensure long term strength when exposed to sunlight.
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Grain Bin FAQ's

What standard widths do you offer?
Our agricultural line of buildings comes standard in 30’, 40’, 50’, 60’, 70’, and 80’ building widths. We also offer buildings with hi-profile trusses in 40’, 50’, and 60’ building widths. Our commercial line of buildings comes standard in our hybrid line of buildings is completely customizable and has no standards. The length, width
Are your buildings engineered
Yes, our buildings are made for each specific application to account for the wind and snow loads. Our competitors offer buildings that can be installed anywhere and therefore are not engineered for the specific location and are structurally unstable.
What is the wind load
Our buildings are engineered to comply with the IBC 2009 (International Building Code). The code states that the buildings should be engineered for 90 mph winds and our buildings comply with those codes
What is the snow load
We offer buildings that comply with each of the various snow loads. We offer buildings for 0 psf snow loads all the way up to 50 psf snow loads.
Is hot dip galvanized or pre-galvanized better
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What makes the roof material last so long?
The cover material is manufactured from high density polyethylene tapes and coated on each side with low density polyethylene. The cover has UV inhibitors on each side to ensure long term strength when exposed to sunlight.
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Steel Frame Building FAQ's

What standard widths do you offer?
Our agricultural line of buildings comes standard in 30’, 40’, 50’, 60’, 70’, and 80’ building widths. We also offer buildings with hi-profile trusses in 40’, 50’, and 60’ building widths. Our commercial line of buildings comes standard in our hybrid line of buildings is completely customizable and has no standards. The length, width
Are your buildings engineered
Yes, our buildings are made for each specific application to account for the wind and snow loads. Our competitors offer buildings that can be installed anywhere and therefore are not engineered for the specific location and are structurally unstable.
What is the wind load
Our buildings are engineered to comply with the IBC 2009 (International Building Code). The code states that the buildings should be engineered for 90 mph winds and our buildings comply with those codes
What is the snow load
We offer buildings that comply with each of the various snow loads. We offer buildings for 0 psf snow loads all the way up to 50 psf snow loads.
Is hot dip galvanized or pre-galvanized better
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What makes the roof material last so long?
The cover material is manufactured from high density polyethylene tapes and coated on each side with low density polyethylene. The cover has UV inhibitors on each side to ensure long term strength when exposed to sunlight.
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