Steel framing is useful for building a wide variety of buildings, including residential homes, churches or schools and commercial properties. Although steel has its disadvantages as a building material, it also features an equal amount of advantages over other options. Steel has some unique properties that materials such as wood and concrete can't compete with. In recent times, steel buildings have gone from strictly utilitarian or temporary affairs to a realistic prospect for housing. You can turn a steel building into a home, saving money and developing some valuable skills along the way.
Steel is a strong weatherproof material. Steel buildings come in many varieties, from basic box-like structures to sophisticated church-like edifices. You can find steel building kits to assemble yourself, or for the hardy utilitarian, there's the option of converting a shipping container into a house.
Steel is also a good choice for environmental reasons。The chief benefits of converting a steel building into a home are convenience and low cost. An existing steel structure is likely to cost much less than a conventional home. Many modern prefabricated steel buildings can be assembled by three or four people without any construction know-how, avoiding the need to hire builders.
You may find it difficult to get a mortgage or to obtain loans against a steel building. They can get very hot in the summer and very cold in the winter. It can be hard to add new features such as an extension to your steel home.