Metal Recreational Building KitsUse: play centres, recreational buildings, village halls
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Recreational buildings can be used for a variety of purposes, such as indoor swimming pools, horse riding arenas, indoor basketball courts, gymnasiums and event centres, for example.
These buildings traditionally need a lot of clear interior space, a strong foundation and customisability to keep your branding clear.
Let’s take a look at some of the benefits of using steel.
Steel is affordable and durable
Steel is one of the most cost-effective metals to use when building your recreational centre because the actual material is less expensive than others such as wood or stone.
This is because steel costs less to produce now, and there is more supply and demand for steel.
Steel is also an extremely durable metal, and it is known to withstand extreme weather and even seismic events, which can keep you, your employees and your customers safe.
Give your customers an uninterrupted interior space
Using a clear-span recreational building kit, you can benefit from having an interior space which isn’t interrupted by columns or beams.
Prefabricated kits are quicker to build
Did you know that some prefabricated kits can be created in a few days or weeks?
This depends entirely on the size of your building, and how complex you need it to be, including aspects such as whether you want exterior cladding or interior finishes.
You can customise your recreational building with your brand
The exterior of your recreational building is one of the most important things to consider when you are in the design process, because it will help you to attract new customers, and let your existing customers recognise your branding.
Steel is incredibly easy to paint, which means you can customise your walls with your brand colours, or even decorate your logo on the side or front of your building.
How to save money on your steel building ?
Locking in a price when steel prices are low, along with a break in the production calendar can be a great way to save. Fill the form to talk with expert!