When you need to protect your aircraft, turn to SteelMaster. Our steel aircraft hangars are a long-lasting, economical choice that will protect an airplane through fire, snow, heavy rains and hurricane-force winds.
All of our hangar buildings are made of at least 22 gauge commercial grade steel and are engineered to meet the International Building Code requirements for your project site. Our aircraft hangars also feature a clear span design that eliminates the need for interior supports
These SteelMaster aircraft hangars are available in widths ranging from 10′ to 150′ and in virtually any length. Whether you require a small airplane hangar or a large portable aircraft maintenance facility, SteelMaster’s team of design specialists will work with you to determine the perfect building for your needs. We have a variety of styles and models available, including our popular q-hut aircraft hangars, to suit any aesthetic preference and budget.
Metal aircraft hangars are available with or without steel endwalls, with custom endwall capability. All buildings also come standard with special Galvalume Plus coating, which increases their energy efficiency and provides a bright, attractive appearance that will last for years. No matter what your needs are, count on us to work with you in determining the perfect hangar to store and protect your airplane.
SteelMaster buildings are the buildings of choice among discerning clients like NASA, the United States Air Force, the United States Navy and the Des Moines International Airport. Contact one of our design specialists today to discuss the details and specifications of your upcoming airplane hangar project.
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There are many factors that determine a steel building quote. The building location, size and use are all needed in order to figure out the proper gauge for your new building. If you’re not sure about any of those details yet, just provide as much information as possible, and a Steel Building Specialist will help you determine the best building for your project.