Why Cotton Is King in Texas, and How a Steel Barn Can Help You as a Cotton Farmer

  Everything's Bigger in Texas - Including the Cotton Texas the second-biggest state in the U.S. (behind only Alaska), and is also the second most populous (behind only California). As the saying goes, everything really is bigger in Texas, and that's a great point of pride for those who call the Lone Star State home. Land and population aren't the only things that are big about Texas, either. Texas is…

That’s What She Shed!

  While man caves have been rather popular for years now, one thing is certain - she sheds are a growing phenomenon in both home and garden designs. Their affordability, functionality, practicality, and visual appeal make them a must-have for most every woman's backyard. These steel units offer women all over the world a personal sanctuary of their own that's only a few steps away from their back door. She…

BRACE YOURSELVES…WINTER IS COMING! What to Expect from the 2019-2020 Winter Outlook

  Back in October, several weather prognosticators released their early predictions for the 2019-2020 winter season. At that point, many were calling for temperatures to be near the seasonal average in most locations, and that we’d receive below-average snowfall across much of the country. But meteorologists will tell you that making an accurate long-range winter forecast in October is very hard to do, since so many variables are still in…

Save BIG on Your 2019 Business Taxes with the Purchase of a Single-Purpose Agricultural Metal Building!

  Last year we told you about some special tax savings that were being offered to businesses by the federal government through Section 179 deductions for 2018, and we’re happy to report that those same provisions are in effect for the 2019 tax year, too! This section of the tax code was written to help small businesses save on their taxes by choosing to invest in themselves through the purchase…

Gauging the Importance of Steel Thickness: Framing and Paneling Gauges for Metal Buildings

  Wood became a popular material for framing and construction over two thousand years ago, but advances in materials and technology have led more and more modern home and business owners to choose cold-formed steel (also referred to as light-gauge steel) as the main structural material for their building applications. What makes light-gauge steel a better building material than wood? Among other features, light-gauge steel is stronger, more durable, more…

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