Steel Storage Building for Caravans

Our Client in Hampshire came to us wanting a steel storage building for caravans. The idea was to have a steel building to use as caravan storage.  In order for us to proceed with their steel building the ground works had to be  completed first.

Once the groundworks had been laid the steel building was then placed on order  which only took 4 weeks to order!

Steel Storage Building

Steel Storage Building for Caravans

Steel Storage Building for Caravans

  • 18.28m long x 9.14m wide and 3.65m to the eaves
  • 5 bays
  • rooflights and gutters
  • 1 x Industrial Roller Shutter in the gable end 3m wide x 3.6m high 
  • 1x Personal Access door

 

Roof and Wall Panels

Due to this building being used only a storage facility it did not need to be insulated.  Therefore, single Skin 0.7mm non insulated with anti-condensation where used on the roof  in Juniper Green.  Single skin 0.5mm non insulated panels in Juniper Green were used on the wall.   

Steel Box Profile Wall Sheets are available in Plastisol and Polyester, thicknesses of 0.5mm and 0.7mm.  Wall Cladding Sheets are supplied in a wide variety of colours to suit your application. Steel Wall Profiles can be manufactured in bespoke lengths from 200mm – 12000mm.

Plastisol Steel Wall Sheets are coated with 200 microns of leather grain effect Plastisol, the Plastisol is applied to a galvanised substraight with a grey primer reverse.

Anti-condensation lining can be applied prior to the sheets being produced, resulting in an evenly cover sheet .If a steel building is to be used for other purposes other than storage it would have to be insulated.    Therefore, a  composite panel is a simple sandwich of a metal profile outer sheet, insulation filler and an internal liner.   Insulated composite panels are an ideal one stop solution to insulate and clad your building.

 

Ready to get a quotation for your new steel building whether it is to be an insulated or un-insulated building call us now on 0800 328 5247

 

 

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