“This is probably the best relationship I’ve had with any customer,” Scott said. “They did a lot of the work themselves and hired Amish contractors to put their buildings up.”
Meet the Team
National Sales Manager
Years at SteelMaster: 10 years
Specialty: Homes. custom build living quarters in the lower 48 states and state of Michigan
Scott Matthews has worked at SteelMaster for nearly a decade and is currently a National Sales Manager.
He has sold many different types of buildings to customers and is one of the “go-to” representatives for Quonset hut home projects. In addition to connecting with customers across the United States, Scott loves the education aspect of his job and the company’s “family atmosphere.”
“At SteelMaster, you get support from every direction. It’s a family. I can’t remember going to anybody in the office and asking a question and not getting help.”
House in Missouri
Among all of the unique houses and architecture on a large recreational lake in the Midwest, you’ll find Tom and Kim’s SteelMaster Quonset hut lake home. After enlisting the help of an architect to design their home, Tom and Kim began construction of their home in the fall of 2017. Scott has helped many customers with their Quonset hut home projects during his time at SteelMaster.
Workshop in Smiths Grove, Kentucky
Mark Whitley is an award-winning artist and musician. When he’s not spending time with family or working on music, Mark spends hours in his shop creating some of the most spectacular wooden masterpieces.
In addition to building his own special wooden endwalls, Mark also installed wooden floors to allow adequate airflow in the building to dry the wood properly. Scott says he’s honored that Mark trusts him and SteelMaster enough to be a repeat customer. He owns two other SteelMaster structures: a carport for his ‘76 Volkswagen van and a steel awning for his home.
Event Venue in Wentzville, Missouri
SteelMaster customers Rodney and his wife Melissa fell in love with a 4-acre property in Missouri. The interior offers 100% usable space making it the ideal venue for weddings and events. There is even an upstairs area, restrooms, and a built-in bar area.
Observatory in Stanley, New Mexico
Deep Sky West, an observatory in New Mexico, was built on a railing system and is controlled by an electric motor designed to move the entire building. It is connected to weather stations so the building will automatically slide back exposing the high-powered telescopes inside.
Home & Carport in Youngstown, Ohio
Erman purchased two SteelMaster buildings and a carport after a fire destroyed his property. He built the majority of the project by himself. “He was not going to do anything without a wow factor. It’s amazing that a DIYer can make a home look just like an architect designed it.”
Hangar in Morriston, Florida
“Raymond is a pilot, so he was very technical and understood a lot of the terminology we used for his hangar project,” Scott said.Scott says building relationships with customers is important to him. “These people trust you with their time and money, you have to give them your best and not do anything halfway,” Scott said.
Garage in Palm Bay, Florida
Larry’s wife purchased a building for her husband to store his fully restored candy apple red truck. Scott had to make some last-minute changes to accommodate the vehicle but was able to get her just what she needed.
Garage in Smyrna, Tennessee
Scott’s customer, Barry, put his building and endwalls up by himself. He used brick endwalls to match his home. One of Scott’s favorite parts of his job is receiving pictures from customers like Barry. “I’m wowed by it, especially the houses. I never stop being impressed.”
Ag Storage in Wasco, Oregon
SteelMaster customer Jesse S. uses his building for agricultural storage and built his own endwalls. “For the people who have the skills like Jesse, it’s typically not a problem. For those who don’t, they would have to hire someone,” Scott said.
Garage in Wendell, North Carolina
Todd, who was in his eighties when he purchased his building, uses his Quonset hut to store his tools and had someone assemble his building for him. “I think what this project teaches people is that you’re never too old to get a SteelMaster,” Scott said.
Home in Burnsville, North Carolina
Kenneth S.’s T-Model roof for his home is one of the smallest SteelMaster has ever sold. Kenneth, who studied under a pottery maker, used poplar bark wood shingles and took a torch to them to give them character. He then applied a water-resistant coating on them
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