Vern Sneed of Design Horizons has collaborated with SteelMaster over the years to create “Q Cabin Kits,” economical, non-combustible Quonset hut homes that are designed to survive a wildfire better than any stick built home.
If you’re searching for a unique home, it’s time for you to look into a fast-growing trend in the housing industry—the barndominium.
A SteelMaster Quonset hut survived Hurricane Michael, a category 4 storm that had 155 mph winds at landfall–the strongest since Hurricane Andrew in 1992.
After a 7.0 magnitude earthquake hit the state of Alaska, Bob C.’s SteelMaster workshop is still standing and has no damage.
An Alaska couple’s SteelMaster Quonset Hut was in perfect condition after a 7.0 magnitude earthquake ripped through the state.
Jose Malave, a longtime SteelMaster customer and business owner in Aibonito, can now add one more title to his hat; Hurricane Maria Survivor. He rode out this horrific storm in his SteelMaster building.
What do you do when a swirling engine of destruction packing the power of half a million small atomic bombs comes through your town like a buzz saw destroying everything in its path?