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You may be surprised to hear that steel buildings come with a range of benefits, especially when in comparison with more traditional building materials. Steel buildings tend to be much stronger, as well as being much more durable, they are also a lot more sustainable when being compared to other types of construction and buildings. As experts in steel framed buildings here at Springfield Steel Buildings, we take a look at the advantages of steel buildings.

Durability

Steel buildings have become a more popular choice as they are very durable and hardwearing. Steel is a strong material and it is able to withstand a range of elements as well as wear and tear. With this in mind, steel buildings are a good option for businesses that require a lot of space and that will stand up to a lot of usages. Steel buildings are also able to withstand the natural elements such as winds and storms, they have been known to work well in natural disasters. 

Size

Steel buildings can be built to a range of sizes, this makes them a more versatile option, especially when it comes to different uses and purposes. Should you need a small steel building for extra space at your home, or do you need a large steel building for the workspace for your business. Whatever your requirements, there is always a steel building that will suit your needs. Steel framed building installations can be customised and include a range of different features, whatever you need from windows and doors to loading bays. 

The Environment

Another benefit that comes with steel buildings is that they are environmentally friendly, steel is a recyclable material so this means that steel buildings can be recycled when they have been used. In comparison to other types of construction, steel buildings are the most sustainable. 

Fireproof

Steel buildings are fireproof so they can withstand fire and won’t burn, this is because steel is a non-combustible element so it won’t ignite and won’t support the burning of other materials. This makes steel buildings a safe option for businesses and other types of use that could be at risk of a fire.

Natural Light and Airflow

Steel buildings provide natural light and airflow, this makes them a lot more comfortable, especially when it comes to using the space for work as this can also help to reduce energy costs. Steel buildings are also a lot stronger and much more durable than traditional construction materials, so they are a great investment when it comes to businesses and property owners. 

Long-Lasting

Steel buildings are known for being sturdy meaning that they can last a long time, they can have a lifespan of around 50 to 100 years, as long as they are maintained properly. So if you require a building space that will last for a long time, steel buildings are a great option. 

Steel framed buildings will need regular maintenance, this is to ensure their longevity, it’s also important to have the building inspected by a professional as this will help to ensure that it lasts as long as possible. Regular inspections by professionals will ensure that you benefit in the long run. Steel lasts so long because it is a very strong material, it can withstand a lot of force and pressure, as well as not corroding or rusting easily. 

Why Choose Steel Buildings?

When considering construction, steel should always be your first port of call, it is strong and long-lasting and can be used for a number of reasons. Steel buildings are suitable for both residential and commercial spaces, they are the approved option, especially when considering wood - wood can easily rot and decay especially when it comes to harsh weather conditions. 

Popular Uses for Steel Buildings

Commercial space - steel buildings can be used for a range of commercial uses, from warehouses to factories and workspaces.

Agriculture - steel buildings are popular in this industry as they are strong so are great for storage sheds, barns and greenhouses.

Industrial - steel buildings are common when it comes to the industrial sector, they are often used for warehouses, factories and office space.

Call Springfield Steel Buildings for Steel Buildings

Steel buildings are a popular option and come with many benefits, their durability and longevity means that they are a wise investment for business or property owners. They are also weather-resistant and will stand the test of time when maintained properly. They are also a suitable space for workspace as they are comfortable and allow natural light and airflow. For more information on steel buildings, or should you have any questions about the services that we provide here at Springfield Steel, feel free to contact our team today.

 

    This is one of the most common questions when it comes to steel buildings - do steel buildings need planning permission? At Springfield Steel, we recommend that you take advice from your local planning authority. You should contact them and arrange a chat about your intended steel building project, this initial meeting should give you a good indication about whether you will get to go ahead for planning permission or not. You can also seek other advice for different areas, sites and locations. 

    The next steps will involve your local planning permission authority letting you make a pre application. This will take around 2 to 3 weeks and you should then find out if your planning application has been approved, the authority can also provide you with information regarding any potential problems, as well as the chance for you to discuss them before you proceed with the application. Sometimes you may be asked to provide an environmental statement alongside your application, you will be advised on this. 

    Permitted Development Rights

    In the majority of cases, steel buildings will require planning permission, but some will be referred to as ‘permitted development rights’, this is where planning permission won’t be necessary. This also goes for industrial buildings, warehouses, gyms, retail and shops. 

    General Planning Rules

    When it comes to planning permission, this will be needed for any new types of commercial buildings - those which are over 4 metres in height. The usual time for planning permission procedures is from 6 to 8 weeks, but all local authorities and councils are different, so some may take a lot longer.

    Temporary Steel Buildings

    This will be needed for temporary steel buildings which are going to be used for over 28 days, sometimes temporary planning permission will be provided for periods of up to 7 years, so it is worth asking for advice on this. 

    Planning permission isn’t required for industrial buildings that are within 10 metres of the area of land surrounding boundaries, it must also not be 5 metres high. A new building isn’t permitted to be taller than 15 metres, the higher the height of the building with the surrounding areas that are lower. The area space of a new building shouldn’t exceed more than 100 square metres, the land outside must also not be over 200 metres.

    Any alterations to existing buildings, planning permission isn’t needed as long as the building isn’t over 5 metres tall, subject to the being within 10 metres of the boundary.

    These are also applicable:

    The development needs to be in the existing boundary of the current building and not come with 5m of the surrounding area land.

    • Should not be within the boundaries of a listed building
    • Not reduce car parking or turning space
    • The new space must relate to the existing use of the building

    You can find the full planning permission regulations for industrial buildings on the UK Planning Portal.

    Steel Buildings and Fire Regulations

    In the UK building regulations will also require that steel buildings maintain their structural stability when exposed to fire. The regulations can vary in the UK but tend to start with steel buildings needing to retain their load-bearing capacity for a reasonable amount of time, this will allow people inside the building to escape. 

    Regulations will vary on the size as well as the use of the building and its position in relation to the property boundary. It’s important that fire can’t spread easily to neighbouring properties. You can find the full details of regulations and approved documents on the Government’s Planning Portal.

    Fire Protection for Steel Buildings

    There has been lots of research when it comes to the behaviour and effect of fire on steel buildings, this has resulted in a lot of fire protection solutions for steel buildings and frames becoming available. 

    Hot rolled steel frames can be treated with intumescent paint, cold rolled steel counterparts will react differently in a fire, this means that the product can’t be coated in intumescent paint. So when it comes to protecting columns, fire protection boards will be needed and they will provide fire resistance of up to 1.5 hours.

    For more information on the planning permission and the fire protection regulations needed for steel buildings, feel free to get in touch with the team at Springfield Steel today. 

     

      Steel framed buildings are used in a wide range of industries, but the one that benefits most from these types of buildings is the agricultural sector. For several years now, the agricultural sector has been moving towards using steel-framed buildings on their land and across their farms; this increased market has allowed companies such as ours here at Springfield Steel Buildings to expand and grow, giving us a chance to provide the steel-framed buildings that the agricultural world needs.

      Whether searching for steel-framed buildings to house crops after they have been cut, to turn into an open and airy stable building for an equestrian yard or even to house machinery, there are so many options of steel-framed buildings on the market for you to choose from. 

      If you are searching for steel-framed buildings, you are in the right place, especially if you are part of the agricultural sector. Here at Steel Framed Buildings, we have supplied and installed metal framed buildings for several years; all you need to do is get in touch with one of our team members, and from there, we can discuss your exact needs and requirements. Alternatively, continue reading our latest blog post to discover why steel-framed buildings are a must-have purchase in the agricultural world. 

      Are You Looking For A Durable And Strong Building?

      If you have worked on farms or even visited a farm over the last few years, you will notice more and more metal and steel framed buildings cropping up compared to stone or wooden barns; this is because as technology develops, so do the industries. One thing we can now readily bring to the agricultural sector is a steel-framed building which has been made to last the test of time. 

      In 1993, the construction industry began to understand the benefit of steel-framed buildings; they truly can last a lifetime compared to wooden buildings, which were generally used on farms and within agricultural settings. It has been evidenced over time that steel buildings can last, on average, around 50 years! 

      The durability and strength provided by metal and steel buildings come from the fact that they are water-resistant and can be built to withstand strong winds and bitter cold snaps, providing the agricultural sector with a building that will not rot or buckle due to damage from the weather. 

      Furthermore, the way steel buildings are constructed incorporates components being bolted and screwed together in a way that closes any gaps, leaving you with a perfectly secure and water-proof building ideal for storing harvested crops and machinery. 

      Did You Know Steel Buildings Are Fire And Weather Proof?

      When it comes to finding a building material suitable for an agricultural setting, most farmers will focus on the ability to withstand the weather, elements and how fireproof the building is. Having gone through rigorous testing over the years, it has been decided that steel offers one of the most valuable and safe materials for agricultural buildings on the market. Putting the steel through fire tests covering full-scale testing leaves farmers feeling confident it is a suitable material for their buildings. 

      Steel can withstand incredible heat compared to other materials used to make buildings; during these tests, it proved to keep its shape and structural integrity. Along with being able to withstand high temperatures, it is also non-flammable, meaning that should your barn catch fire or the area around it, the fire will not spread. 

      Another aspect considered when choosing the material for farming buildings is that the building must withstand whatever weather elements are thrown at it. It is worth mentioning that steel-framed buildings can withstand wind speeds of up to 120MPH, which in the UK is very rare, so steel-framed buildings offer an excellent option for farmers and agricultural workers. 

      Are You Looking For Easy Maintenance Buildings?

      One of the best reasons we can give you for choosing a steel-framed building for your farm is the minimal maintenance they require. Steel as a material is highly resistant to a range of problems you would face if you used wood, such as pests and water damage, and it has a lifespan that can be double that of a wooden building. Removing the worry of bowing, cracking and more, it is a very easy to maintain building material, reducing any costs you might spend on damage repairs and the maintenance time. 

      Steel Buildings Offer A Budget-Friendly Option

      Depending on the size of your farm or smallholding, you might require a handful of buildings on the property; when you are dealing with wood for the construction of these, it can become incredibly costly. Not only that, but they are costly to maintain and repair or replace when the time comes; they are much more susceptible to weather damage, wear and tear and fire. 

      If you are looking for a much cheaper and budget-friendly option, steel-framed buildings should be your first choice, it provides a long-lasting, low-maintenance building that will not require a lot of money pumping into it over the years. Another reason it is much cheaper to acquire a wooden building is that the construction time is reduced, meaning you will also save money on the installation process. 

      Choose Springfield Steel Buildings For Your Agricultural Properties Today

      Agriculture is a vital industry, and steel-framed buildings are an excellent choice for agricultural applications. If you're looking for a robust and durable building that can handle the unique demands of agriculture, contact Springfield Steel Buildings today! 

      We'll work with you to design and build the perfect steel frame structure for your needs. Having offered steel-framed buildings for several years, all you need to do is get in touch with one of our team members. We are always more than happy to discuss your specific needs and requirements; simply call us today! 

       

        Steel frame buildings are extremely durable and long-lasting, but the heat can sometimes be unbearable. Keeping your building cool during the summer is essential for several reasons. Not only can it help with comfort, but it can also help reduce energy costs. If you're experiencing high temperatures in your steel building, there are several ways you can keep it cool during summer.

        Here at Springfield Steel Buildings, our team have been supplying and erecting steel buildings for several years; during this time, we have visited some incredibly hot steel buildings; because of this, we wanted to help you prepare for the upcoming heatwaves! 

        If you are searching for steel buildings, please contact one of our team members today; we are always more than happy to help you. 

        How To Keep Your Building Cool?  

        Keeping your steel building clean is a great way to save energy and reduce the heat that can build up inside the structure. Dirt and dust trap heat, making it harder for air conditioning systems to keep up with the heat load from outside. 

        This can also lead to more frequent breakdowns of air conditioners if they don’t have enough ventilation to breathe.

        Is Your Building Properly Insulated?

        Insulation is one of the most effective ways to keep your steel building cool during summer. It helps prevent heat from transferring from one place to another, making it feel much more relaxed inside your building. 

        If you have some extra insulation, it's worth considering adding it to your walls and roof, as this will help block out all unwanted heat. Insulating your roof will also prevent the sun from beating down on it, which keeps the temperature down inside the building.

        Do You Have Access To Electricity? 

        Another great way to keep your steel building cool during summer is with fans! Suppose there is no electricity available at your location. In that case, fans can be highly beneficial as they do not use any energy and can generate plenty of airflow without being too noisy or expensive. 

        Fans work by blowing air across a surface (usually metal) which causes a cooling effect as the air molecules lose energy when they collide with each other - this process is called convection cooling!

        Another way to get more air circulation into your steel building is by installing windows. This will allow for natural airflow through your building, which helps ensure there are no hot spots inside. It also increases natural light, which helps create a better environment for people who work inside these buildings all day long.

        Consider Installing Air Conditioning

        If you have an air conditioning unit, now is the time to use it! If you do not have one installed yet, now might be the time to consider installing one. Most steel buildings come with built-in vents for air conditioning units, so there is no need for extra installation costs or labour. 

        You can also opt for portable air conditioners if you need something more mobile than a permanent installation. Ensure your permanent unit is appropriately sized for your space, so it does not waste energy on cooling an empty room or work area.

        Think About The Heat When Planning Your Design! 

        Roof vent fans are installed directly on top of your steel building and are designed to move air through the building's vents. The fans use energy-efficient motors that will only exhaust hot air from inside the building, creating a more comfortable environment for that inside. Some models come with automatic shutters that close when there is no wind to force air through them and open when there is wind. This ensures that you do not waste energy keeping your building cool when it isn't necessary.

        Installing ventilation ductwork in your steel building will allow hot air to escape from inside, keeping your office space comfortable during those hot days when it’s too warm to work comfortably indoors.

        Try Going Eco-Friendly! 

        Install solar panels - Solar panels absorb heat from the sun and turn it into energy for your building. They also help eliminate excess heat inside your structure, making it more comfortable for everyone inside. 

        If you have enough space available on your roof, consider adding solar panels that will help keep the inside of your building cool.

        Choose Springfield Steel Buildings Today! 

        If you need a steel building used in the summertime, it is essential to consider how you will keep the building cool. Springfield Steel Buildings can provide several ways to keep your steel building cool during the hot summer. Whether you have a commercial steel building or a steel building extension, we are here for you!

        We have years of experience and would love to share our knowledge. Contact us today for more information on keeping your steel building cool; you can even speak to our time if you are looking for a brand new steel building; we specialise in a range of options; give us a call today for more information!

         

          Steel buildings are made of metal, and these structures tend to last a long time. However, if they're not properly maintained, they can start to deteriorate over time. If your building lasts as long as possible, you must conduct regular inspections yearly.

          If you are a homeowner or a business owner, you should know that carrying out an end-of-summer inspection on your steel building is essential. This is because many things can happen to your steel building during summer.

          One way that steel structures can suffer from wear and tear is during the summer months. Summer months are hot and humid, so your steel building will be exposed to more moisture than usual. When there is too much moisture in the air, it can cause rusting on metal buildings which can lead to corrosion and other problems with your building.

          You should always perform end-of-summer inspections on your steel frame buildings because these inspections will help identify any issues that might arise from the summer months before they worsen later in the year.

          We have outlined some of the reasons you should carry out an end-of-summer inspection on your steel building below:

          Check For Signs Of Wear And Tear

          One thing that you should do when carrying out an end-of-summer inspection on your steel building is to check for signs of wear and tear. 

          You will find that many different things can cause signs of wear and tear in a steel building. For example, if the roof lacks proper drainage, water may accumulate on top of it and cause damage over time. 

          This could lead to rusting or even freezing in cold weather conditions. If this happens, then it could cause severe damage to your building as well as its structure.

          Check For Corrosion Or Water Damage 

          Another thing you should consider when carrying out an end-of-summer inspection on your steel building is corrosion. Corrosion occurs when moisture gets inside the metal and causes rusting to occur inside it. This can occur especially in industrial steel buildings used to develop and manufacture certain products. 

          This can happen over time if there is not enough ventilation around.

          Find Any Loosening Bolts Or Screws

          When it comes to identifying any loose screws or bolts that could be damaging the structure of your building, one of the best ways to do this is by carrying out an end-of-summer inspection on it. This will allow you to identify whether or not there are any loose screws or bolts in your steel building and if there are any, they will be able to get them fixed before they cause any damage.

          Inspections Will Save You Money Over Time

          If you do not inspect your steel building, it could cost you more money in the long run. When you have an inspection carried out, it will reveal any issues that need fixing or replacing before they become too costly to repair.

          Protect The Investment You Have Made

          A well-maintained steel building will last longer and give you the best return on investment. In addition, having regular inspections will ensure that your steel building is safe for use and does not pose any safety risks to those who work inside it.

          Highlight & Identify Issues As Soon As Possible

          When you have an inspection carried out, any problems with your steel building will be identified as soon as possible and dealt with immediately so that they do not become any worse than they already are. This will help to keep costs down while also ensuring that your employees are safe at all times while using the structure in question.

          Make Sure You Check The Roof Quality

          When inspecting your roof, look for loose or missing shingles or tiles. You can also check leaks by pouring water on the roof and seeing if it drips through anywhere. Make sure all vents are sealed tightly so that no rain gets inside. If broken windows or doors are broken, ensure they're covered with plywood until you can replace them properly.

          Check the walls and flooring

          Your walls are one of the essential parts of any steel building as they determine how strong it will be. If there are cracks in them, this could mean that your building isn't as strong as it should be and could even be at risk of collapse if a storm were to hit during bad weather conditions. 

          Therefore, you must get these cracks checked out by a professional straight away so that they can be repaired before they cause any severe damage to your building.

          Check insulation levels

          If you live in an area where temperatures get very low during the winter months, then insulation is essential for keeping heat inside your building. You must check insulation levels regularly throughout the year and ensure they are always high enough to keep you warm through the winter. 

          This can be done using insulation testing equipment or by simply checking if there are any gaps between walls and ceilings where heat could escape through draughts.

          Speak To The Steel Frame Building Experts Today At Springfield Steel! 

          Summer weather can take its toll on your steel building, so it’s essential to carry out an end-of-summer inspection. By checking for damage and repairing any issues you find, you can help prolong the life of your building. 

          Contact Springfield Steel Buildings today to schedule your inspection and get our team of experts on the job. We’ll make sure your steel building is in great shape for the coming winter season! Alternatively, speak to us if you have any questions or queries! We are always more than happy to help! 

           

            Steel frame buildings are more popular than ever and easy to understand. They are made of steel, one of the most durable materials available today. It’s also very versatile and can be used for various applications.

            Steel framing has been around for a long time and is still strong. It is an excellent option for homeowners who want to build a home that will last for decades. Steel framing became famous when it was discovered that it was more fire-resistant than wood structures.

            Steel frames are used in many building projects because they are solid and durable. This means that they can be used in almost any type of building project you want to build. Steel frames have several advantages over other materials, such as wood or concrete. 

            Here are some things you should know if you are thinking about building a home with steel framing. 

            They Are Incredibly Robust 

            Steel frames are more robust than wood frames. While they cost more than wood frames, they save you money over time because they last longer and require less maintenance.

            Steel frames can be built quickly using automated systems that can cut pieces to size quickly and efficiently as they move down the assembly line. This means construction workers can build your home faster using fewer person-hours per unit than traditional building methods.

            Steel frames are less likely to warp or crack because they do not have any living things inside them that can cause damage over time, as termites or mould do in wood frames. This makes them ideal for areas where weather conditions tend to fluctuate.

            Steel Is Durable And Long-Lasting

            Steel is also more durable and can withstand more punishment than wood. Steel frames can withstand strong winds better than wood frames can. Steel is also fire resistant, so that it can withstand fire damage much better than wood.

            Steel frames are not only structurally sound, but they also provide excellent insulation and energy efficiency. They can be used as walls, ceilings, floors, and even roofs. Many different steel framing materials available today can be used in different applications.

            A Steel Framed Building Will Last A Lifetime

            Steel framing is often used in commercial buildings due to its durability, strength and versatility. It can be used as an exterior wall system with pre-compressed studs or solid panels made from aluminium or vinyl-coated steel sheets that act as cladding materials. 

            These systems can also be used in interior walls over concrete slabs and masonry-bearing walls. Steel stud systems are also effective for partition walls because they allow for easy installation of electrical wiring and other utilities inside the building structure without compromising its integrity and provide a safe environment for workers occupying this space during construction activities.

            Here are just some of the benefits that steel framing has to offer you:

            Steel frames are highly durable – Steel is considered one of the most robust materials available today, making it an ideal choice for people who want their home or business building to last for decades without needing any repairs or maintenance work. This makes it an excellent investment for those who want their buildings to last for many years without spending money on additional renovations or repairs.

            Steel buildings are substantial. Steel is strong enough to support the weight of a house so that it can be used in both wood-frame and concrete-slab construction. The strength of steel also comes into play when building on sites with high winds or seismic activity.

            Steel frames are versatile and adaptable. You can build a steel frame any way you want — even if that means building a house without traditional walls. Steel frames can also be designed with openings, such as doors, windows, and interior partitions. The only limits are your imagination and budget!

            Save Money On Your Energy Bills

            Steel frames offer energy savings. Steel is an excellent conductor of heat and cold, so your building will stay comfortable year-round without using much energy on heating or cooling systems. 

            Because steel absorbs heat better than other materials like wood or concrete, it also helps keep your building cooler in the summer months when temperatures rise high enough to damage wood materials like drywall or MDF (medium-density fiberboard).

            Steel Frames Are Safe For A Range Of Reasons

            Steel frames are fire resistant, just like metal buildings. If your home catches on fire, your steel frame will keep it from spreading. In an emergency, your house will be safe for you and your family to stay in until help arrives.

            Steel Is A Sustainable Building Material. The raw steel materials are abundant and recyclable. It’s made from recycled steel scraps, which makes it a sustainable product that reduces landfill waste by reducing the need for virgin metal production. Steel frames are easy to assemble and install. The panels fit together like a puzzle, which makes them easy to install even by yourself if need be!

            Contact Springfield Steel Buildings Today For More Information

            When it comes to steel frame buildings, there are a few things you need to know to make an informed decision. First and foremost, not all steel frame buildings are created equal – be sure to do your research and find a reputable company with a good track record. 

            Secondly, the construction process is relatively quick and easy, making it an excellent choice for businesses that need to move quickly or have a limited construction time frame. 

            Finally, steel frame buildings are durable and long-lasting, meaning you’ll get years of use out of your investment. 

            If you’re considering building with steel frames, contact Springfield Steel Buildings today – we would be happy to answer any questions you may have!


             

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