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Finest Metal Building Home for Small Families

Metal Buildings January 11, 2017

Finest Metal Building Home for Small Families

Morton Buildings has done it again, with this beautiful home with a traditional look and modern amenities. The home boasts a very large front porch that covers the entire front of the house and a convenient two-car garage. Located in Kellyville, OK, this house is also fortunate enough to have beautiful rural scenery surrounding it deep brick red roof and neutral colored siding.

Built for anyone who like space and a an interior that can be unique and versatile depending on what you need, this home is fitting for small to mid-sized families or those who plan to grow their families. With its traditional look, this home can be a lifetime home, and this Morton Buildings house, though built with small families in mind, can also be a multi-generational space, large enough for a mid-sized family to be comfortable, but also the kind of house that gets passed down from generation to generation.

Some more information about this metal building:

Project Number: B070006642

Location:Kellyville, OK
Dimensions: 42’W x 10’4″H x 60’L + 24’W x 9’H x 24’L
This home was built for Curtis & Lesta of Kellyville, OK

Special Features:

Morton’s Hi-Rib Steel
Cupolas
Porches
Wainscot
Windows w/ Shutters
Morton’s Energy Performer Insulation Package

Find more from Morton steel 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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Awesome Metal Home with Recreation Area

Metal Buildings January 11, 2017

Awesome Metal Home with Recreation Area

On trend today, Morton Buildings designs this modern metal, industrial home that still looks perfect in a rural environment. The versatility of the home’s look takes it easily from the city to the forest. It falls into the category of alternative living without being a part of the tiny house movement. This home is quite spacious.

Its colors are taupe and off-white and one huge draw is the extremely spacious enclosed porch. The enclosed porch can substitute for a family space, entertainment room, or kids area. It adds a look of expansive living to this home. Even with all of its modern amenities, the perfectly angled roof still lends a small bit of tradition to the space.

Some more information about this metal building:

Project Number: B058028402

Location: Underwood, MN
Dimensions: 60’W x 19’H x 90’L
This home was built for Scott of Underwood, MNNC

Special Features:
Morton’s Hi-Rib Steel
Cupolas
Wrap-around Porch
Wainscot
Morton’s Energy Performer Insulation Package

Find more from Morton steel 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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Comfortable Metal Home for Cold Climates

Metal Buildings January 11, 2016

Comfortable Metal Home for Cold Climates

 

Some of us live in the cooler (or colder) northern climates where we really have to think about insulation and heat conservation when we plan a house. Metal homes can be built very basically, and can be set up without any insulation, but that wouldn’t do in a cold location. Here we have a metal home that was built to withstand the sub-zero temperatures that mean they get to enjoy a white Christmas sometimes.

Some information about this metal building:

Project Number:B066033160

Location: Custer, SD
Dimensions: 48’W x 16’H x 72’L + 42’W x 9’4″H x 35’L
This home was built for Dan & Michelle of Custer, SD

Special Features:
Morton’s Hi-Rib Steel
Cupolas
Wrap-around Porch
Wainscot
Morton’s Energy Performer Insulation Package

Find more from Morton steel 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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Spectacular Metal Building Homed Decorated with Simple, Rustic Charm

Metal Buildings January 4, 2016

Find Out How This Spectacular Metal Building Homed Is Decorated

Many people think about having a house out on a farm, and some of us already live out on farms and ranches or large pieces of land. Barn houses and metal homes both are seeing something of a surge of interest lately. Metal homes as an alternative building method that allows for inexpensive, strong and durable buildings that can also be reused, recycled or modified later on, and barn homes are a traditional style of building people are liking for their own homes.

Here we have a combination of both, and not only that, they added wood and stone work to create a livable space that might catch some eyes. The metal barn home here is designed and built by a company we’ve featured a number of times here on our site: Morton metal buildings — they do a number of different building types. And the job they’ve carried off here is one that I think will catch a lot of attention.

Some more information about this metal house:

Project Number: B136045562
Location: Tilton, GA
Dimensions:36’W x 12’H x 108’L
This home was built for Leslie of Savannah, GA

Special Features:

Morton’s Hi-Rib Steel
Cupolas
Porches
Wainscot
Alumasteel Sliding Doors
Morton’s Energy Performer Insulation Package

Find more from Morton steel 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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Impressive Metal Building House for Small Families

Metal Buildings January 4, 2016

Lovely Metal Building Abode for Small Families

Many people think about having a small house out on a farm, and some of us already live out on farms and ranches or large pieces of land. These small farm-style houses have always been popular with people living in the countryside, but building homes out of metal is something fairly new for farm residences.

The farmhouse here is designed and built by a company we’ve featured a number of times here on our site: Morton Steel buildings — they do a number of different building types. And the job they’ve carried off here is one that I think will catch a lot of attention: a rustic-style farm house of a size just about right for a couple or small family.

You might have noticed: there’s also a 3-door garage. Whether you need to park your farm equipment in it or keep a few vehicles in from the elements, this is one feature these metal buildings have almost built into them — the ability to add space for non-residential parts of a house like shop spaces, hobby shops, and livestock areas.

Some more information about this metal building:

KEY SPECS

Project Number: B143033391
Location: Ocala, FL
Dimensions:42’W x 13’4″H x 54’L + 36’W x 9’H x 38’L
This home was built for Donna of Cedar Falls, IA

Special Features:

Morton’s Hi-Rib Steel
Cupolas
Porch
Stone & Steel Wainscot
Windows w/ Shutters
Morton’s Energy Performer Insulation Package

Find more from Morton steel 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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