Author: Ormos Szôllôsi

Metal and Wooden Buildings

Metal and Wooden Buildings

Multiple available sizes of well-constructed and professionally designed stylish and sturdy metal and wooden buildings and sheds are the answers to many needs of a homeowner or business owner not only for protection of vehicles but also for a variety of storage purposes. These structures are available in different finishes and colors. You will get a durable building especially if it is installed by a factory-trained carport crew.

METAL BUILDINGS

The metal buildings are crafted with tough steel, which makes them durable to last through many years of heavy use. Pre-engineered buildings allow customization to fit specific needs. Additionally, these structures are virtually maintenance free because they do not require siding or paint.

Parking your vehicle or camper under a carport or inside a building will protect it from falling limbs and exposure to extreme weather conditions and will block ultra violet rays that can cause severe fading and damaging of the paint finish. The main area of a recreational vehicle that needs protection is the roof because the rubber materials used take a beating from bad weather.

The measurements of the structure to consider are length, width, and overhead clearance. If it’s difficult to back a camper into the building because of the constraint of the turning radius, you can add extra width inside.

You can decide to custom build a steel-framed building that can be anywhere from 400 to 12,000 square feet and with different options available for commercial, agricultural, and recreational use.

WOOD BUILDINGS

Pressure treated buildings have the natural beauty of the wood and are built with quality siding and LP SmartSide technology. They are water sealed, treated against fungal decay and termites, and come with varying warranties. A series of air vents create temperature control and optimum circulation.

The buildings are roofed with 30-year architectural shingles or 30-year metal roofing. Floors are built with 5/8” floor decking, floor joists are 2×6’s and not 2×4’s and are set into notched skids, and wall studs are 24-inch on center and doubled under the siding seams, all for maximum durability and strength. The 8-foot wide buildings come with a 46-inch single door, and 10-foot and wider buildings come with 72-inch double doors.

DELIVERY

It is free within 50 miles, is quick, and has an easy set-up. Buildings existing at the sales lot are usually delivered within seven days if the weather permits, and custom ordered buildings are usually delivered within 10 to 15 days.

New Deal Metal Buildings in Denham Springs, Louisiana, has years of experience with designing metal carport covers/shelters and portable wooden buildings. Affordable prices are ffered because you shop for the buildings wholesale.

New Looks On A Budget

New Looks On A Budget

Even if you have a small budget to work with, you can remodel the home to give it a fresh new look. Search for free contractor leads to help with the aspects of the job that you can’t do on your own, such as electrical or plumbing work. A contractor can also give you ideas about what you can change in the home to make the biggest impact with the overall appearance.

An easy way to bring texture to any room of the home is with ceiling medallions that are painted the same color of the walls and then placed on the wall. The medallions come in various designs, giving a unique look to the room. They are ideal for the living room and dining room as a way to deliver depth without spending a lot of money remodeling the walls.

The entryway to the home is the first thing the you and visitors will see. Faux hardwood flooring can make the space appear larger, and it’s easier to keep clean after water and dirt are tracked inside. White walls and hooks for hanging coats, purses and backpacks create a tidy area where everything can be placed before entering the living room or kitchen of the home.

If you’re looking for a way to spread light around the room, then consider painting the walls a darker color instead of white or a neutral shade. Gray or dark blue are ideal for the walls with a beige ceiling. Light can bounce off of the darker color, spreading around the space so that it’s brighter. This design also accents a specific piece of furniture, such as a couch or a coffee table.

Crown molding around the cabinets in the kitchen can give a beautiful look that is elegant and contemporary depending on the design that is created. You want to add the molding along the top of the cabinets where they meet the ceiling. An antique glaze is ideal for older cabinets as it gives them a shine that paint normally wouldn’t’ offer. It can also help to prevent the paint on the cabinets from chipping.