Absolutely! Quonset huts make the perfect ag storage building, especially in a state like Idaho, whose agriculture is very diverse. The state has nearly 25,000 farms and ranches that produce more than 185 different commodities, making it the third-largest agricultural state in the west.
One of the biggest benefits of owning a Quonset Hut storage building is the 100% clear-span design. Unlike pole barn kits, Quonset huts do not require the use of beams and trusses to stand. Every SteelMaster building is self-supporting, which leaves plenty of room on the interior to easily store large items and plenty of products and large equipment.
Additionally, although they can be a little more expensive, steel barn kits are an ideal choice in the long term because they require little to no maintenance after assembly. This is because SteelMaster uses a coating called Galvalume Plus that helps to prevent rusting and basic wear and tear on the arches.
Plus, our steel agricultural buildings are some of the strongest structures in the industry. Every SteelMaster Quonset Hut is constructed with high-quality, commercial-grade steel that is corrugated at our factory to further enhance the strength of the building. Our portable steel buildings are designed to withstand some of the most severe weather events including category 5 hurricanes, powerful tornadoes, dangerous hail storms, and heavy snow loads.