Clear Span Metal Buildings (Design & Quotation)

Clear Span Metal Buildings – Using a column-free frame system, Clear Span buildings are now used in hangars, warehouses, workshops and churches. These buildings offer advantages that conventional buildings cannot meet, with a minimal support column pattern, eliminating internal barriers and providing flexible internal space. Especially if you need a building to handle the storage and transportation of large goods, the Clear Span Buildings are perfect for your current requirements.

Clear Span Buildings General Applications

Clear Span are the main type of metal buildings we are currently constructing and our metal buildings offer great versatility and customisation to meet the various needs of our customers in different industries. These include:

Clear Span Metal Buildings-Steel spa
Clear Span Metal Buildings-Steel span buildings

Clear Span vs standard span

Clear Span Metal Buildings uses no additional load-bearing columns or support beams between the walls and columns to create a solid metal building structure, i.e. the width of the building is the building span. The internal space utilisation is maximised. Standard spans, on the other hand, require the use of support beams as the necessary support structure to provide the necessary structural support for the building. The disadvantage is that the internal space is less flexible and not fully utilised.

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Clear Span Metal Buildings For Sale-Kafa Steel

Why should you choose Clear Span construction?

When you start building a metal building, a clear-span structure offers you a number of advantages, including:

1. Enough space

This prefabricated metal building can provide you with a large enough interior area within a limited area to help you utilise every inch of floor space.

2. Greater flexibility

The use of a building will change as you plan your operations, which means that the metal building is extremely flexible, allowing you to change the internal layout for different uses, regardless of the columns. The possibilities for your building plans are endless.

3. Low cost

Another advantage of Clear Span Metal Buildings is that they are extremely low cost, both in the short term and in the long term, which can significantly reduce your overall investment. See Metal Building Costs for more information.

4. Durability

Constructed from high grade galvanised stainless steel throughout, this metal is extremely resistant to tearing and bending, even with minimal load-bearing columns, and offers great protection against hurricanes, blizzards, earthquakes and more.

5. Aesthetics

Another point is the aesthetics, with a clear span structure, followed by a variety of styles and colours to choose from, making it a DIY metal building. Providing an extremely strong aesthetic, making your metal building different.

metal span buildings prices

The price of metal span buildings is influenced by a number of factors, including the price of steel, labour costs, transport, as well as insurance, third party certification, building size and other factors. For example, in 2022, the price of a bright span metal building is higher than the price of a standard building. For a more specific quote, please consult our architects for a specific quote!

the maximum span of metal building

Clear Span Metal Buildings are built on a bespoke basis and as such do not come in standard sizes, the most common types of size are 40×60, 40×80 etc. The typical span of a building is 150-200 feet, depending on the client’s needs our metal buildings can span up to 300 feet.

What is the maximum span of metal building

Customise your Clear Span Metal Buildings!

KAFA as a professional metal building manufacturer, we currently have a lot of experience in designing Clear Span Metal Buildings and a professional design team with a very fast response time. Our designers can listen carefully to your building needs and provide you with a professional design solution in a short time. Make a custom order now!

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