SteelMaster warehouses are the ideal solution for storing your equipment, inventory and commodities. They’re a cost-effective option because they feature a clear span design that maximizes your value per square foot by offering 100 percent usable space — no bulky beams or trusses required.

Our Warehouses are easy to construct and provide maintenance-free use for a lifetime. The prefabricated design of our buildings makes warehouse construction simple; SteelMaster buildings can be constructed using only one size nut and bolt. Construction is also fast, making our steel warehouses well-suited for projects on a tight timeline.

With our warehouses offering unsurpassed durability, each building we sell is custom engineered to meet the International Building Code requirements of your project site, whether it’s located in Florida or North Dakota. Our warehouses, as well as the rest of our building structures, are made of nothing less than grade 80, 22 gauge steel and feature an arch design that provides the additional strength essential to industrial and commercial warehouses. In addition, every SteelMaster steel warehouse is coated with bright, attractive Galvalume Plus coating — ensuring your building will look like new for years to come.

These warehouses are available in six models, in widths of up to 150′ and in unlimited lengths. No matter what needs to be stored, trust our team to create the perfect metal warehouse for your needs.

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