There are a wide variety of industries that use the unique benefits of steel buildings to maximize the efficiency of farms and businesses. The experts of Topline Steel Buildings provide clients with innovative, state-of-the-art facilities that exceed expectations in function, style and durability. Topline Steel doesn’t cut corners. We give clients the high-quality steel buildings they need, exactly when they need it!
There are several mistakes some customers make when planning a new steel building.
Choosing the Wrong Steel Building
Before buying a steel building, customers need to evaluate their needs. Not just “any” steel building is acceptable. You need a steel building that helps the efficiency of your business or farm. How large should you build? What will this building do for your business? Will it grow with your company/farm? What colors and custom options are most beneficial?
Not Getting an Accurate Quote
Many customers do not factor in the entire cost of a steel building before purchasing. There are companies that only include the structure itself in the initial quote — doors and other parts are extra! Topline Steel includes doors, windows, and all custom options in your quote, and there are no hidden costs that affect your budget.
There is usually a reason why some offers seem “too good to be true.” Topline Steel educates clients on standards of quality, while offering competitive prices. “We sell Cadillacs at Chevy prices,” explains Kim Hocker, Co-Owner. “Topline offers high-quality products we’re proud of. If I wouldn’t buy it, I wouldn’t sell it.”
No Building Experience
Topline Steel is with you through every step of the process. Our experienced team helps plan, design and build your structure. We are also experts in zoning and building requirements. “There are no uniform prices when it comes to steel buildings. I estimate a project based on several complex factors to find the right quote for each client,” says Austin Morgan, Project Coordinator. “A 60’ x 100’ steel building costs more in North Dakota than it does in Texas. You have to design to the specific building codes of the state or county.”