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This Hobby Shop is a One of Those Metal Buildings

Metal Buildings December 29, 2015

This is one of the hobby shop purposed metal building houses being made by Lester these days. It caught our attention, so we thought we’d share it.

There are just a few details available for this building. You can use the project number to talk to the builders about this building design as a starting point. The idea here is that you’re going to have to talk to the builders anyway, but you can get an idea of what metal buildings are options by looking at what has already been built.

Project Details

End Use: Hobby
Building Type: Garage/Hobby Shop
Location:
Rockton, IL
Dealer / Rep: Allen Miller
Project #: 218675
Notes: 4/12 roof pitch, Hayfield windows
Dimensions: 42′ x 56′ x 12′
Primary Color: Rawhide
Secondary Color: Colony Green

Lester Buildings is a leading manufacturer and builder of custom pre-engineered, post-frame building systems for farm, livestock, equine, hobby, and commercial purposes. They also sell material-only packages. What sets Lester’s metal buildings apart? According to the company, “three things: a professional, collaborative planning experience from concept to completion; customization; and value.”

Find more from Lester metal buildings, and the metal and steel design and build companies we’ve indexed in our Home Designers and Builders Directory. You can search the company’s name and look builders near your area. And to see more metal homes, click here.

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