C-channel buildings are characterised by their beams, which have flanges both at the bottom and the top of the beam, creating a ‘C’ shape.
Traditionally, these types of buildings are easier to construct and could come with a completely clear interior space.
Steel is an affordable material
Steel is a much more affordable material to use than specific alternatives such as wood or stone because steel is a lot easier to produce now and there is more supply and demand.
You should also consider that steel will likely last a lot longer than wood, because it is resistant to rot, rust and corrosion with the right treatment.
Your building could have a clear-span interior space
With some c-channel building kits, you could have a full interior space that isn’t interrupted by interior beams or columns.
This will give you the opportunity to use your space for a variety of different purposes, as you won’t need to worry about not having enough room.
Prefabricated kits are easy to build
Prefabricated means that each of the parts that make up your building are manufactured elsewhere, then brought to your location for assembly.
Did you know that some prefabricated kits can be built in only a few weeks, or a few days? Depending on factors like the size of the building, the materials used and the size of your windows and doors.
C-Channel buildings can be used for many purposes
You can use your c-channel structures for a variety of needs. Let’s take a look at some of the possibilities.
- Storage Sheds
- Equipment Sheds
- Storage Sheds
You can fully customise your c-channel building to suit your needs, like choosing the size of your premises, the number of windows and doors you have and their size, and larger garage doors.