The complete value of a Quonset Hut can speak for itself. SteelMaster is confident that when you take a closer look at all of the advantages of a metal Quonset Hut over more traditional structures, it will be easy
Our mission is not to simply make a sale; it’s to create invaluable, lasting relationships with satisfied customers all over the world.
One of those customers survived one of the worst storms in history — Hurricane Maria. Jose Malave is a longtime SteelMaster customer and business owner who lives in Aibonito, Puerto Rico.
Malave says his neighbors suffered terrible losses; property was destroyed and families were devastated.
While many on the island suffered massive losses, he credits his SteelMaster building for saving his life and over $70,000 in potential damages.
“Hurricane Maria destroyed my island of Puerto Rico. We took refuge from the storm and after the storm in my building which resisted the punishment of Maria,” says Malave. “We did not make any preparation for the building; we only entered all of our belongings and closed the door.” -Aibonito, Puerto Rico
When calculating the cost of your ideal quonset hut, it’s important to consider several important factors:
Price factor: Building Use
One of the first things we ask our customers before calculating a quote is about the building’s use. Do you need a place to protect vehicles from the environment or do you plan to work on the cars inside of the garage? Will garage storage be the only purpose or will it be a multi-purpose building?
Whether it’s a steel garage, shed, carport, workshop, aircraft hangar, bulk storage facility, or a quonset home, each kind of building will have different requirements and can vary quite a bit in pricing.
Price Factor: Size
After we determine how you will use the building, the next question is about the size.
Once you decide how large or small you need your building, we will then calculate the price of the structure based on the width and length.
After you have chosen your building’s design, the width of the building cannot be changed, but the length can be altered. If you decide to expand the building in the future, you can simply add more arches.