When constructing your agricultural hall, you have a multitude of building materials and design options at your disposal. Depending on the intended use isolated or uninsulated variants come into question. Whether one decides on a steel or timber hall depends on the purpose, taste and budget. If you use both materials sensibly in agricultural construction, they complement each other perfectly.
Steel buildings benefit from the unique generosity of space provided by the self-supporting structure and its extensive span width. Exterior walls of a simple machine halls and feed barns made of steel can be clad with wood or trapezoidal sheet metal. Timber captivates with naturalness, aesthetics and warmth. A self-supporting truss construction with for example steel stanchions and conical top chords of glued laminated timber effectively combine both materials.
Beside the purpose of a hall and the static requirements, especially the profitability is the decisive factor in the construction choice. Tailored to your needs, you and our specialist staff work together to create an individually fitting result.
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