Just yesterday morning, as the skies were debating whether to wear grey velvet or blue chenille, I went to visit my parents, now better known as my daughter’s grandparents. Before I had even gotten to the rear door of the car, the little girl from next door, who has the same nickname as my daughter, came running down the sidewalk to see that new baby, who, she assured me, has very chubby cheeks. As she headed home, I heard her asking her mother if she would still have her horseback riding lesson that afternoon. Her mother’s response was indefinite but suggested that the lowering skies probably forecast a cancellation.
Judging from the mother’s response, it sounds as though that riding school doesn’t have an indoor riding arena. Especially with the thought of that little girl’s face, when she heard the disappointing news, it’s a shame, when you consider how simple it could be for a company that gives riding lessons to be set up for operation in any weather. As long as there’s enough available land to allow for the addition of an indoor arena, there are myriad pre-engineered structures that are fairly basic and would serve well as simple rain-blockers. D.R. Hartman Construction, Inc. is one contractor serving the Bethesda region and surrounding area that operates as distributor for two companies that manufacture pre-engineered steel buildings. Both companies offer all kinds of customizing options, from the framing styles, to the paneling designs, to the color options.
The way these structures are designed, there’s a great deal of flexibility, which makes them suitable for an incredibly wide range of applications. They can be climate-controlled or kept much more simple. Not only are they able to adjust to many different designs, they can vary in size from a church building to a one-car garage and are, therefore, viable options for everyone, from large companies to individual homeowners. One of the companies that D.R. Hartman represents has a PEB color selector built into their website, where you can play with the panel color, the trim color, and the overhead door color, to find a combination, of their colors, that matches what you want. It’s nice to be able to see, altogether, the colors they offer, to get a better sense of the complete picture.
A company like D.R. Hartman Construction is a great option for having one of these structures brought in and built. They work with residential and commercial building, remodeling, and renovations, as well, so they would be able to help with any other adjustments to existing structures, whether in conjunction with the new space or entirely separate. Not only can they help with the planning, preparing, demolishing, constructing, and finishing, they can also deal with the necessary permits and all the fun that goes along with them, whether for the pre-engineered building being put in or for any other home or business renovation project that comes about.
They’re not for every application, but there are many that are perfectly suited for a pre-engineered steel building (PEB), and there’s a combination of PEB features for every appropriate application.