1. What are the buildings made of?
All buildings are made of 100% U.S. commercial grade steel.
2. How secure is the framing?
Steel framed buildings are fastened together with bolts and screws. The connections remain secure because there is so little movement in the frame. Nailed together connections in traditional construction become loose due to shrinkage and warping of the wooden frame. Steel does not warp, shrink, or change with time so the connections remain secure.
3. What will it cost to ship the building to other countries?
To save our customers money on shipping expenses we use a packing strategy called share-loading
to ship as many buildings as possible in one load. Please contact our sales representative for pricing information at +370-685-64464.
4. Can I choose a paint color for my building?
Yes. You can choose from wall and trim color options backed by a 25 year warranty. Ask our representative about availability.
5. Are the buildings insulated?
We offer many types of insulation with a range of R-values for you to choose from. Our technicians can help you determine what insulation type will best suit your steel building needs.
6. Can I put doors and windows on my steel building?
Yes. Our steel buildings can be customized to incorporate doors, windows, ceiling lights, and more. Your sales representative will gladly help you design and customize the right building for you.
7. How long does it take to get my building delivered to me?
Because we design every metal steel building individually for each customer, delivery time varies from project to project. Your sales representative can give you a better idea of your delivery time after understanding your requirements.
8. Will my building meet local building codes and wind and snow load requirements?
Every Olympia building is engineered to comply with regional building codes, wind load and snow load requirements. We will design your building to meet the requirements of your local building codes and provide drawings stamped and certified by one of our registered engineers.