There are countless industries that maximize the efficiency of their businesses and farms thanks to the unique benefits of steel buildings. Topline Steel provides the Wichita, Kansas community with stylish and innovative steel facilities that exceed in function and durability. Our experts don’t cut any corners. We are dedicated to giving you the state-of-the-art steel building you need, right when you need it!
Wichita Customers make several common mistakes when planning a new steel building.
Don’t Choose the Wrong Wichita Steel Building
In order to avoid making the wrong decision, it’s important to evaluate the unique needs of your business or farm. Topline Steel will help you design and build a customized structure that will help with the efficiency of your operation. How will this building help your business succeed? How large should it be? Do you need a structure that will grow with your company/farm? What custom options are the most beneficial?
Get an Accurate Quote
Unfortunately, there are companies out there who don’t include everything in the initial quote. Doors and other accessories are extra! That’s not the way we do business at Topline Steel. There are no surprises in the final bill, because we include everything in your quote. We include the building, doors, windows, and all custom options!
When something seems “too good to be true,” then it probably is. We offer competitive prices and educate clients on standards of quality. “We sell Cadillacs at Chevy prices,” says 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
When it comes to a big project like this, experience counts! Our expert team is with you in the planning, designing, and building stages. We also lend our expertise 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,” explains 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.”