Metal Building Kits On Sale
Buck Steel is proud to offer our customers special pricing on our Express Line of pre-engineered metal building kits. Our Express Line of buildings are complete metal building kits; value engineered to save you money, yet inclusive of all the options and accessories you expect.
PLEASE NOTE: Steel building images and accessories are displayed for presentation purposes only. Not available in all areas.
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|1.0 PSF collateral load included|
|Rollup/Sectional door framed opening with full cover trim included|
|Commercial wind-rated 3070 personnel door with mortise lockset included|
|Long-life fasteners in roof and walls included|
|Deluxe formed base trim, simple eave trim, sculptured rake trim, corner trim and die-formed ridge cap included|
|Full closure strip package, sealants, and hardware included|
|(3) Sets stamped engineered building drawings included|
|(3) Sets anchor bolt plans included|
|(2) Sets erecting drawings included|
|Letter of Certification included|
|Stamped engineered foundation drawings available|
|Fast, responsive service by a dedicated project manager from start to finish|
110MPH Wind Load
10PSF Roof Snow Load
3070 Personnel Door w/ Mortise Lockset
Rollup Door Framed Opening w/ Full Cover Trim
40 Year Limited Paint Warranty
(3) Sets Engineered Building Drawings
(3) Sets Anchor Bolt Plans
(2) Sets Erecting Drawings
(1) Letter of Certification
10'-32' Eave Heights
120-170mph Wind Loads
Gutters & Downspouts
Roof & Wall Insulation
Roof Extensions w/ Soffit
Additional Framed Openings
Frequently Asked Questions
What kind of metal building kits does Buck Steel sell?
Buck Steel only sells commercial-grade, pre-engineered, I-beam style metal buildings. I-beam buildings have main frames made from 1/4" thick plate steel welded into I-beams and heavy 26GA or 24GA roof and wall panels. Sometimes referred to as "red-iron" buildings because of the red primer used to coat the primary (I-beams) and secondary framing (purlins & girts) at the factory, I-beam buildings that have galvanized secondary framing usually have their primary frames coated using grey primer at the factory. Additionally, some of our customers have chosen to paint their primary and secondary frames white during the erecting process.
What is the smallest steel building Buck Steel sells?
The smallest metal building Buck Steel sells is 2,400 sq. ft. (ie: 40'x60', 30'x80', 24'x100')
Can Buck Steel supply a custom size building?
We understand that due to setback requirements, zoning, and/or HOA rules, custom size buildings are sometimes required and will gladly customize the size of any of our buildings to meet your needs.
Does Buck Steel offer "turnkey" services?
No. Buck Steel is not a General Contractor and as such, we don't get involved with anything that happens at your jobsite. Buck Steel takes care of having your building engineered, fabricated, and delivered to your jobsite along with a set of Stamped Engineered Building Plans for your permitting needs. Buck Steel can also provide you with Stamped Engineered Foundation Plans, which will be needed for permitting and for the concrete contractor pouring the slab for the building.
Does Buck Steel ever have any "cancelled order" buildings for sale?
No. The "cancelled order" sales pitch is primarily used by the telemarketers and high-pressure sales hustlers in the steel building industry to pressure you into acting fast to secure the "cancelled order" bargain building. We suggest you avoid these companies at all cost and have written a blog article with tips on how to identify them.
Does Buck Steel sell metal building kits that can be used as a house?
No. Buck Steel focuses on the commercial side of the metal building industry and does not get involved with projects where the intended use of the building is a "house" or "barndominium". With that said, we are sure that we have customers who purchase a metal building for shop, garage, or aviation use and frame out a small area of it for living/entertaining. Always check with your local building department for information regarding what you can and can't do as far as use and interior buildout are concerned!
What kind of foundation is needed for a I-beam style metal building?
Pre-engineered, I-beam metal buildings require large piers to be poured under each of the columns of the building. The size of the piers and other specifics regarding the foundation are determined by a licensed structural engineer and are based on the building engineering, local building codes, and many other factors. Visit our Metal Building Foundations page for some great pictures of metal building foundations and links to more metal building foundation information.
What color options are available?
Wall panels, roof panels, and most trim have a wide variety of color options which we have worked very hard to accurately represent on our Color Options page. Please note that the colors listed on our website are for reference only and might vary from actual colors depending on your computer monitor, phone, tablet, lighting and other factors. We always recommend picking building colors from a printed chart or painted color samples, both available upon request.