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Environmentally Friendly

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For many property and business owners, steel buildings are the perfect industrial answer to all of your structural needs; so it makes perfect sense for it to be the go-to building type for a space like a warehouse or manufacturing facility. No matter what industry it’s being used for, prefab steel is the best choice for a number of reasons, including their environmentally friendly advantages. If you’re concerned with decreasing your ecological footprint, going with a prefab steel building is going to be your best bet. Here are just a few of the reasons why steel buildings make the perfect environmentally-friendly warehouses!

Long-Lasting

One of the best features of our steel buildings lies in how long these structures actually last! If you’re putting up a warehouse space, chances are pretty good that you’ll want a building that will last for a long time. By not having to do major repairs to your structure or tear it down and discard it after just a few years, it’s a structure that will create much less waste in the time that it’s up. This makes it the perfect option for a warehouse that will stand for years to come as well as one that reduces impact on the environment around it. Warehouses made from other often weaker materials are more likely to end up in a landfill after a few years, something that will eventually have detrimental environmental effects.

Steel Is Completely Recyclable

Of all the materials in use in construction today, steel is the most recycled material on the planet, constantly being reused in new ways but mainly staying within the realm of construction with each use. Even when a steel building is no longer in use or is torn down, they will not sit in a landfill as collected waste. A prefab steel building will be reused in a wide variety of ways instead of adding to the already significant amount of waste being stored in North America. Additionally, no matter how many times steel is recycled and reused it always maintains the same amount of strength, so the quality of the steel structure will never be compromised.

Ecologically Conscious Building Method

Even before your steel building has been completed, it will be helping to reduce waste and environmental impact during the construction process. Thanks to an easy DIY method, the structure can be put together with less time, less labor and very little waste production. Portions of your structure will arrive at your job site already completed, so you won’t need to measure and cut any raw materials; something that will create waste that will have to be disposed of after the fact. With your prefab steel warehouse, this is something you simply will not have to worry about.

Lack Of Maintenance

Another excellent thing about using a steel building to create your warehouse is the lack of maintenance the structure will need over its lifetime. Constant repairs and fixes create waste, release toxins and use harsh chemicals that can cause significant damage to the environment around it. While regular inspections are recommended, having to complete repairs constantly is something that you won’t need to do when it comes to your prefab steel warehouse.

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What Sets Us Apart

All Lincoln Steel Buildings feature:

  • 50 years building design experience
  • 40-year rust-through perforation limited warranty
  • 40-year limited warranty on paint
  • Efficient shipping scheduling
  • State-of-the-art design and manufacturing facility
  • 100% Made in the USA

Why People Choose Lincoln:

Years of steel building design experience
providing quality products at savings of up to 50% over conventional construction.

40-year rust-through perforation limited warranty

40-year limited warranty on paint
on the siliconized polyester colored coating for walls and trim.

Efficient scheduling
delivery and community freight to reduce delivery costs and save you money.

Precision design
meeting or exceeding industry standards

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