Steel buildings are chosen by many industries in order to maximize efficiency and productivity. Through function, style and durability, farms and businesses in Omaha, Nebraska enjoy the unique benefits that Topline Steel offers in every structure. We don’t cut corners in any aspect of our operation. This is to assure that every client gets the state-of-the-art facility you need, exactly when you need it!
Don’t make these common mistakes when planning your Omaha steel building.
Choosing the Wrong Steel Building
Often times, customers don’t know what they want from a steel building or what questions to ask. That’s why we’re here! Topline Steel helps you through the process in order to build a structure that meets the needs of your operation. How big should you build? How will this building help your business? Does it have room to grow with your company/farm? What colors and custom options are most useful?
Not Receiving an Accurate Quote
Some companies out there give customers a rude awakening with the final bill. That’s because the initial quote covered only the building itself — doors and custom options are extra. This is not the way Topline Steel does business. Everything is included in the initial quote, and there are no hidden costs. We send you doors, windows, and all custom options along with your new steel building!
If an offer is “too good to be true,” then you need to think twice about spending your hard-earned money. Topline Steel educates our customers on the standards of quality, while offering reasonable prices. “We sell Cadillacs at Chevy prices,” Kim Hocker explains, 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
Planning a large steel structure is a huge undertaking, and having an experienced team is crucial! Topline Steel is with you through every stage of the process. Our experts also guide you through complicated 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.”