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Metal Building in Keedysville, Maryland

Metal Building Outlet designed and supplied a pre-manufactured metal building in Keedysville, Maryland. This remarkable residential home gymnasium was erected in the back garden of a home and serves as a professional basketball facility with full NCAA sized basketball court.

Metal Building in Mechanicsville, Maryland

Metal Building Outlet sourced this pre-engineered metal building for a customer in Mechanicsville, Maryland, in mid-September of 2020.

Insulated to maximize energy efficiency, the building offers unparalleled strength and durability and is currently serving as a shop.

Pre-Engineered Metal Shop in Baltimore, Maryland

Metal Building Outlet supplied this prefabricated steel building for a client in Baltimore, Maryland.

Offering unmatched strength, durability and energy efficiency, the building now operates as a shop for its owner. It stands strong in the face of harsh weather, pests and other potential hazards, and it features a Light Stone exterior and a fully erect size of 38’8”x63’3”x20’. Its corrosion-resistant roof is comprised of rugged Galvalume metal panels and offers a 3:12 pitch, while (4) framed openings serve as additional features, among them (3) 3070 walk door openings and (1) 10’x10’ opening.

Installed within the roof and walls of the steel workshop is R-19 insulation, which keeps energy bills low and building users comfortable, regardless of outside temperatures. A 30-pound snow load and a 115-mph wind load further enhance durability with respect for the wind and weather patterns commonly seen in and around Baltimore.

Maryland’s largest city, Baltimore is an independent city, meaning it does not belong to any particular county. The second-largest seaport in the Mid-Atlantic region, Baltimore lies about 40 miles from Rockville and roughly 40 miles outside Washington, D.C.

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Horse Riding Arena in White Plains, Maryland

This steel riding arena was supplied by Metal Building Outlet in White Plains, Maryland in 2010. This Nucor-brand riding arena measured 100’x200’x18’ and had a roof pitch of 1:12.  Metal Building Outlet supplied the galvalume roof, and the owner opted to independently purchase wall sheeting.

The riding arena is located about 60 miles from Baltimore, Maryland and 100 miles from Washington.

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Metal Building in Brookeville, Maryland

Metal Building Outlet supplied this prefabricated metal building for a customer located in Brookeville, Maryland.

Now a functional shop area, the rugged and low-maintenance building is made of top-of-the-line steel materials and stands 30’x60’x11’ in size when fully erect. Light stone in color and exceedingly durable throughout, it is protected overhead by a corrosion-resistant roof with a 2:12 pitch made of Galvalume metal. In consideration of the climate of Brookville and the surrounding region, an area prone to hot, humid summers and relatively mild winters with variable precipitation, this shop building also features a wind speed rating of 115 mph and a snow load of 30 lbs.

A suburb of Washington, D.C., the town of Brookeville is a part of Montgomery County, in central Maryland. It is located about 11 miles outside Gaithersburg and about 7 miles outside Clarksville.

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Metal Building in Windsor Mil, Maryland

Metal Building Outlet supplied this prefabricated metal building for a customer in Windsor Mil, Maryland .

Crafted from Nucor Building Systems components, the pre-engineered Maryland metal building is now used as a shop. Standing 50’x100’x16’ with a 2:12 roof pitch, the building boasts (4) framed openings, which include (2) that stand 12’x14’, and another (2) sized 3’x7’.

Windsor Mill sees considerable precipitation and occasional strong storms throughout the year, and the building was constructed with a high wind speed of 115 mph and a snow load of 30 lbs. to ensure maximum durability.

Windsor Mill is located within Baltimore County, near central Maryland. It lies about 20 miles outside Maryland’s State Capitol in Baltimore and 15 miles from Columbia.

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Metal Workshop Buildings in Denton, Maryland

Metal Building Outlet supplied these (4) preconstructed steel buildings for a buyer in Denton, Maryland, in late April of 2019.

Delivering unrivaled strength and durability, the (4) buildings together serve as a shop, providing ample room for building users to work, store goods or otherwise utilize the covered, all-season space. All (4) structures have attractive, Ash Grey exteriors and rugged Galvalume roofs with 0.5:12 pitches overhead, but they all differ in size.

The first building, once raised, boasts a finished size of 20’x220’x8.5’, while the second structure stands 30’x170’x8.5’. The third steel workshop stands 30’x110’x8.5’ in size once erect, while the fourth and final building stands 10’x170’x8.5’. Distributed among the (4) metal shops are (106) framed openings, which include (84) 9’x7’ openings enclosing (84) 9’x7’ doors and (22) 4’x7’ openings, each enclosing one of (22) 4’x7’ doors.

Additional features added with regard for the variable climate characteristics of the region and the building codes dictating construction at the build site include a 115-mph wind speed rating and a 25-pound snow load. Part of eastern Maryland’s Caroline County, Denton sits roughly 15 miles north of Preston and about 72 miles outside Baltimore.

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Steel Storage Building in Brandywine, Maryland

Metal Building Outlet secured this pre-engineered steel building for a customer in Brandywine, Maryland, in early March of 2019.

Energy efficient and easy to maintain, the building features premium-quality steel construction, and it now functions as a storage area. Once erect, it stands 40’x60’x15.5’ in size, while a heavy-duty Galvalume metal roof with a 4:12 pitch sits overhead, providing reliable, water-tight protection from the elements.

The steel storage building features a broad clear-span, which maximizes usable floor space, and it also features (2) framed openings; (1) 10’x12’ opening and (1) 4070 walk door opening. Additional notable customizations include a high-performance insulation package, with R-30 insulation installed in the storage building’s roof and R25 insulation installed within the walls, and several enhancements made in compliance with the building codes currently in place at the address. Such features include a 115-mph wind speed rating and a high, 90-pound snow load.

Pat of Maryland’s Prince George’s County, Brandywine is primarily a rural area. The community sits just east of Accokeek and just south of Clinton and Rosaryville.

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Pre-Engineered Metal Shop in Dickerson, Maryland

Metal Building Outlet supplied this premanufactured metal shop building for a customer in Dickerson, Maryland, in early March of 2019.

Combining rugged durability with optimal energy efficiency, the building is comprised of premium-grade steel parts, and its owners currently use it as a shop. Once raised, the steel shop stands 50’x100’x16’ in size, and it boasts an unobstructed clear-span that increases usable space. A hardwearing, corrosion-resistant Galvalume roof with a 1:12 pitch sits overhead, protecting the interior of the workshop, while (6) framed openings serve as additional features. Included are (2) 14’x14’ overhead door openings and (4) 4070 walk door openings that make the metal shop easily accessible for building users.

An insulation package helps make the shop suitable for year-round use in Maryland, and it includes R-38 insulation in the shop’s roof and R-19 insulation in the walls. Additional customizations added with regard for the distinct seasonal climate characteristics of the region include a 115-mph wind speed rating and a 20-pound snow load.

Part of Maryland’s Montgomery County, Dickerson lies off of Maryland Route 28, between Sugarloaf Mountain and the Potomac River. The community sits roughly 55 miles west of Baltimore and about 34 miles northeast of Washington, D.C.

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