With a 50-year warranty from Worldwide Steel Buildings, Adam Fike has a feeling that the two structures on his 10-acre property will be around for a very long time to come.
“I anticipate that both buildings will outlive me,” says Adam, who resides on 10 acres in Spring Hill, KS. “I wanted a product that would last a lifetime so I decided that steel was the best way to go. I’m glad I don’t have to worry about wood rot and other costly maintenance issues.”
Adam also liked the idea of lower upfront costs. Early on he learned he could save a bunch of money by choosing steel over wood for his two buildings – one of which is a 24’ x 30’ structure that he utilizes to operate his residential painting business. The shop provides materials storage in addition to space for spraying out cabinets and doors.
His other building is 40’ x 40’ and is used for a light farming operation. It serves as home to cows, goats and horses as well as storage for hay and equipment. For both buildings, Adam chose to go with off-the-shelf packages provided by Worldwide Steel, which still provided room for some customization.
“I was really amazed at how easily everything came together,” claims Adam. “The building components are manufactured like well designed puzzle pieces.” He was also impressed with the customer service at Worldwide Steel from start to finish. “Everyone I worked with was really knowledgeable and respectful. It was just a great experience overall.”
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She huffed and puffed … but big, bad Mother Nature still couldn’t blow down the stout and sturdy Worldwide Steel Building amidst a windstorm in Texas.
“We had ferocious 80 mile per hour winds come whistling through in March, but our steel warehouse stood up to the storm without a problem,” explains Garry Jones of Dumas, Texas, a town of 15,000 tucked away near the far north border of the Lone Star state. “It’s a strong, robust structure, which is one of the reasons why we decided to go with Worldwide Steel. We need a lot more durability in this part of the country.”
Affordability also played a major role in Garry’s decision to go with steel for his nearly 4,000-square-foot building, which houses pool tables, Touch Tunes jukeboxes, electronic dartboards and other amusement games for his business, JJ’s Vending. Other building materials were far more costly and would have forced him to build a much smaller – and less durable – warehouse.
Steel rose to the top, along with Worldwide Steel Buildings, who Lisa Jones (Garry’s wife) discovered online while researching potential companies to design and manufacture. According to the Jones’s, they were pleased with the entire Worldwide Steel process from start to finish. “I’d highly recommend them to anyone,” notes Garry, who along with a couple friends assembled his warehouse. “We were always in the know throughout the project thanks to the staff … just a pleasure to work with the whole time.”