Metal Buildings in West Virginia
Steel buildings in West Virginia must be designed to stand up to a range of severe weather conditions, and at Worldwide Steel we are committed to providing the materials you need to meet or beat any local building codes. We have been manufacturing steel trusses and building kits since 1983, and we have the skill and experience to provide the materials that meet your needs.
A Job for Steel
Steel offers the strength and versatility you need for a wide range of projects whether you are working on a large agricultural building or a new recreational facility, you can find a range of designs right here. Steel has 25 times the weight to strength ratio over wood, which means you can get a lot more durability and reliability out of a building that requires far less material. Wood is also prone to termite infestation, wood rot, and warping or cracking. Metal, on the other hand, requires very little maintenance to last for decades.
Our heavy duty web truss designs come in bolt-together sections so you can quickly and easily put them together on site. On top of that, a lot of your assembly costs will be mitigated by our prefabrication process in our plant. Whether you’re building a small workshop in the back yard or an entire warehouse, steel might be the best choice.
The Right Buildings for West Virginia
Construction in West Virginia means taking into account the unpredictable weather and varied topography of the region. The eastern side of the state, in particular, is subject to difficult weather because of the high peaks that surround the area. And, of course, the higher you go, the more severe the weather can get, and the snow can persist for weeks at a time.
At Worldwide Steel Buildings we’ve designed these structures for any wind or snow load in West Virginia. Our trusses are precision welded and double dipped in a rust-proof coating to stand up to more subtle dangers like the constant humidity. So whether you are looking for a large storage warehouse for the coal and logging industries or a community center for the neighborhood, you can find what you need right here. Contact us today for a free proposal and find out what we can do for you.