People do not naturally associate hard steel with warmth, but actually metal buildings from CanAm Steel Building Corporation are a great choice to have the interior heat and comfort you need. However, just like in the case of any other construction material, there are several factors that can impact the interior comfort of a metal building, during the winter.
First, it is the intended use of the building. The heating strategy should be determined during the design phase, to avoid overloading the building with heavy HVAC systems that may affect the roof and the entire structure.
The design and layout are also important factors to take into account. The volume of space that must be heathen can alter the indoor comfort, so get an expert to determine the right height of the ceiling, according to your needs.
Another aspect to take into account is the sun exposure. Let us not forget that metal conducts heat, therefore having a steel building aligned with the winter sun will also have an overall impact on the indoor comfort.
Finally yet importantly, the geographic location determines the amount of insulation you should add to improve the energy efficiency during all seasons. Ideally, the insulation is added during the design phase, when engineers determine the correct R-value and use materials that match the climate as well as local building codes, but it can also be added or improved later.