Aside from structural steel, which is a popular choice for many large concrete buildings and skyscrapers, steel wasn’t always as popular as it is today. However, in recent years, the cost and convenience of steel has made the metal quite invaluable and influenced builders and investors operating in a variety of industries to take it a lot more seriously.
Of course, it’s important to take into consideration the steel building prices Colorado companies offer, whether you just need a small horse barn, or you’re looking for a large, durable warehouse to buy.
Basic pre-engineered steel buildings are among the most affordable and convenient. They allow for remarkable flexibility when it comes to price and design, and some of the best can be purchased at the cost of less than $20 per square foot.
Horse barns typically cost about twice as much. A 12 x 6 foot barn is somewhere between $2,000 and $4,000, depending on the construction.
Storage buildings and workshops are some of the most popular steel buildings you can consider buying or building. The pricing range here is somewhat more flexible, ranging from about $7,000 for the cheapest storage buildings to more than $15,000 for larger buildings and workshops.
Although there are large and highly expensive options out there – including insulated steel buildings available for more than $50k, the average cost of steel buildings in general is about $20,000.