Steel Frames are used in the construction of buildings, bridges and modular homes. Steel machines are built to manufacture products, transport vehicles and containers for shipping among other uses.
Steel is commonly used in construction and other applications because of its hardness and tensile strength. The metal is an alloy made of iron and carbon. The future production of steel will continue to grow in the next coming decade.
The advantage of using steel is that it can be reused as many times as required without losing its property or its strength. Steel can be molded into various shapes and offers flexibility in the architectural design of buildings. Steel frames are ideal to be used in construction of homes and buildings.
Modular homes with steel frames are produced at the factory under a controlled environment. They are easy to assemble and complete the job many times quicker then traditional homes on site.
The economic benefits of steel frames are the cost savings on labor and material wastage, which ultimately reduces the cost of the modular home for the owner. The steel frame makes the modular home resilient to earthquakes, provide families with an allergen proof home, and can withstand high heat and flames for long period of time.