Monday, November 10, 2008
Better Structural Strength
Because steel has the highest strength to weight ratio of any building material, it is by nature a superior construction material. It doesn’t rot, warp, split, crack or creep. It doesn’t expand or contract with moisture content.
A steel framed home will always have straight walls and square corners. No aggravating nail pops or drywall cracks. Steel framing can take popular finishes like brick, stucco or siding, so a steel framed home looks every bit as beautiful as any conventional home.
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Steel Frame Model Home Showcase
Rhino Steel Buildings 4305 I-35 North, Denton, TX 76207 | T: (888) 320-7466 | F: (940) 484-6746 | E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to the
Rhino Steel Buildings
Steel Frame Model Home Showcase.
Select a home for detailed elevation shots, floorplans, and more. Overall dimensions of models is reflected by model number. Example: Sweetwater NS4059 is 40’ left to right and 59’ front to back.
Why is a Steel Framed Home Better?
1364 sq. ft.
The Canton offers both front and rear covered porches, a split bedroom and a 12' x 12' open kitchen.
Living: 1032 sq ft
Front Porch: 249 sq ft
Back Porch: 188 sq ft
List Price: $10,996.00
2706 sq. ft.
The Amherst features a large family room with adjacent spacious kitchen area. A wrap around porch can accommodate shaded comfort at different times of the day and different seasons. A front entry two car garage is included.
Living: 1504 sq. ft
Wrap around porch: 732 sq ft.
Garage: 470 sq. ft
List Price: $22,493.00