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Metal Buildings October 1, 2016

10 Amazing Metal Building Homes

Of all the building types, from timber frame to log homes to earth buildings, shipping containers, and so on, one of the sturdiest, most durable and reusable is metal building. Building with metal means the materials of the house can be cheaper, easier to set up, and that the material itself can even be used again later when it’s recycled to make something else.

Some metal buildings are a less expensive than other building styles, and there are many metal kit homes available from companies who often also do the set-up. They arrive on your site and quickly put your metal house up, or they could be prefabricated or partially prefabricated at the company’s factory and then transported out, meaning even less building time and less mess on site.

These metal homes are built by companies we’ve already indexed in our Metal Home Designers and Builders Directory. You can go there and search out the name of the company, and also find builders near your area.

“True American Dream” – Metal Building Barn-Home with Wrap-Around Porch
Built by Muller Inc.
10 Amazing Metal Building Homes

Nice metal building home in grey
Built by Muller Inc.

10 Amazing Metal Building Homes

Post frame pole barn metal building
By Classic Buildings
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Another red barn kit metal home
By Mueller Inc.

Metal Barn Home Building Kit

For more, check out our other articles or visit our Metal Home Designers and Builders Directory.

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