Steel outbuildings, especially garages and barns, just make sense in Michigan. Your vehicles may be as small as a Detroit commuter’s Chevy Spark or as large as a Saginaw County farmer’s Big Bud 747. Either way, we’ve got the garage you need.
Michigan leads the country in several crops, including asparagus, black/cranberry beans, cucumbers, Niagara grapes, squash, and tart cherries. And the advantages of steel barns for livestock, especially horses, are without debate. Bulldog Steel Structures’ barns are fire-resistant, pest-free, and extreme-weather-tough.
In addition to agriculture, manufacturing is a leading industry here in Michigan. Our commercial buildings not only solve storage problems but also add value to your industrial property.
The framework on some steel outbuildings is made of wood. Bulldog Steel Structures will not deteriorate or become termite magnets because we use steel throughout your outbuilding.
The advantages of steel outbuildings, especially garages, are numerous. The return on investment (ROI) of a steel outbuilding is measurable: Your property value can increase by as much as $15,000-$20,000. In fact, not having a well-built garage is often a deal-breaker for many residential properties on the market.