Pre-engineered steel structures with metal roofs gained immense popularity with building owners in the 1970s. Most often, the type of roof installed on these early buildings were what is commonly referred to as “screw down” metal roofs. They have provided long-lasting weather protection due to their durability and resilience and were workhorses in many different climate environments.
As you design a manufacturing space, building, or site, you may want to cut a corner here or there to save time or money, but there are some that you should think twice about. “But I don’t have an unlimited budget or all the time in the world!” We know - but hear us out first.
Can you think of any words or sayings that mean something completely different now than they did when you were a kid? If you have kids, this realization might have happened for you as you heard your kid using slang words in an entirely different context as you would have.
Different types of end-uses for buildings have different requirements for the exterior treatment of each building. The wall system used for an office isn’t going to be the same as the one used for a food packing facility and you wouldn't use the same for a warehouse as you would for a school or a church. The framework of buildings can all be very similar, however, the exterior cladding or the wall systems can vary and can change the functionality, the appearance, and the cost of the building itself.
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If you know A.C.E. Building Service, you know that we can help with just about any building project. However, did you also know that we can help with building updates, repairs, and service needs? And not just for our current customers, but for any commercial or industrial building in need.
MANITOWOC, WI: Brody Kiekhaefer has signed a letter of intent, committing to work in the field of commercial construction at A.C.E. Building Service in Manitowoc, Wisconsin. The Signing Day took place at Reedsville High School last May. Brody was accompanied by his biggest fans, family, and friends. “Throughout Brody’s Youth Apprenticeship with us, he showed how he was a team player and an integral part of our team,” stated Field Superintendent, Max Maigatter. “He exhibits a great work ethic, which led to him becoming a permanent part of our team.”
A.C.E. Building Service has been constructing pre-engineered metal buildings for over 60 years; 46 of those years as a Butler Builder. I’ve been working with Butler Manufacturing and pre-engineered metal buildings for over 14 years, myself, and I’d like to let you in on a few secrets I’ve come to learn along the way. We’ve seen numerous types of roof systems, profiles, and fastening methods; we’ve witnessed the effects of expansion and contraction, time and wear, as well as, the Wisconsin weather that has given its fair share of influence on these roof systems. And one thing has become abundantly clear, all metal roofs are not created equal.