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Steel Buildings 

Steel Buildings by Sharp and Strong range from storage units to Industrial units.  Our Industrial units can be designed to any length with a pitched roof  or a mono sloped roof. Span up to 20 metres and eaves height of up to 6 metres.  We can also supply lean-to’s to attach to your new steel building or to an existing building.  

Our steel buildings are not supplied from stock but each is designed bespoke to the customer’s requirements. So whatever the customer needs, Sharp and Strog will have a solution, whether it be a small domestic steel garage or a large industrial steel unit. Kits are delivered within 4 weeks of order placement to any location within mainland UK.

Expert Advice

Our team of experts are here to help design your new steel building to meet your specific requirements using the state-of-the-art software to quickly produce quotations, drawings, and engineering information. Structural calculation packs can also be obtained for your design. You are assured of a fast, efficient and personal service.

Benefits of Industrial Steel Buildings 

The benefits of our Industrial buildings allows for future expansion by adding additional bays or adding another building to the side.

Cold formed, fully galvanised steel is extremely robust and durable, ensuring an industrial solution that will last decades. Every industrial and commercial structure is fully engineered to the specific site location, and to the specific use of the building.

Our manufacturer uses the latest rolling and laser technology so that we are able to supply a precision designed portal frame to incorporate doors and window openings which suit your own needs to allow you to have the maximum amount of space to meet your needs.

Overall Finish

When it comes to the overall finish of your building, we have a  wide variety of cladding solutions, colours,  personnel access doors, roller shutter doors and mezzanine floors which we are able to meet your corporate requirements.

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