From the clear span design to overall shape, fabric buildings seem to have a lot in common with steel buildings. However, there are significant differences.
SteelMaster’s Quonset Huts are some of the strongest buildings in world. Their anatomy allows them to withstand heavy snow loads and strong winds.
Have you been dreaming about building your own steel Quonset Hut™ home, but you’re confused about where to start? Award-winning architect and Quonset Hut™ aficionado Earl Parson is offering a helping hand to anyone who has flirted with the idea.
You won’t need Doc’s solid steel, plutonium powered DeLorean to travel through decades of history in one southern Virginia town. All it takes is one tiny step into Theodore Natale’s Retro Ghost Town Quonset Hut™, and you’ll feel as though you’ve been teleported back to the 1950s.
You buy it, you build it: It’s just that simple at SteelMaster. You don’t need expensive construction crews, heavy equipment or experience to put together one of our DIY quonset huts.
So you’ve been looking at photos for months, you have a clear vision in your mind and you’ve even sketched out your plans. You know exactly how you want your SteelMaster building to look, but where do you start?
One New York family has completed the next step on their journey-installing the insulation inside of the tiny steel quonset hut on wheels.
SteelMaster’s strong, durable buildings are not only great for saving money, but they also help the environment with using recycled steel.
Check out this time-lapse video demonstrating how easy it is to put up a SteelMaster steel building.