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    How To Video showing the various steps involved when building a typical bolt-together prefab self-supporting steel building. I show how I used a 30-gallon hot water heater for radiant heat, sprayed foam insulation, exhaust fan installation, air conditioning requirements, sidewall plywood paneling and many other areas of interest.

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    This building went up 8 years ago so any numbers I have on cost would be out of date by now. You have initial cost, long-term cost and operating cost. Also, there is efficiency to consider. Maintenance on this building is zero. Hail bounces off it. No shingles. No paint. No gutters. Fire proof. Your insurance should be less. The sprayed foam 8 years ago was around $1.30 per sq ft. 2-1/2 inches of R7 foam will outperform fiberglass insulation hands down and I don’t care how thick the fiberglass is. There are zero air leaks with foam. So you are getting into the “cool it with an ice cube, heat it with a match” type sales pitch, especially with radiant heat. If your feet are warm then your body is warm. If you install the tubing and radiant system yourself then the cost is pretty reasonable. If you have to pay someone else to do it then it might be fairly expensive. You can probably heat with a hot water heater, like I did, instead of a furnace. No ductwork. No furnace filters. No internal overhead structure to get in the way. You can build these any length or height you want. If you want a taller building, then order higher sidewalls. A good cost comparison is, estimate what your concrete footing, stem wall and floor is going to cost. The steel building kit is going to cost about the same (probably less). Wiring is more because you are probably going to use conduit. Lights, garage door, fan are the same. Air conditioner size is going to be much less with foam insulation. My house is insulated with foam and heated with radiant and my gas bills are 1/4 or 1/3 of similar structures. The colder it gets the more efficient radiant heat becomes.

    The cost of accessories really depends on quality and from whom you buy them, the market in your area and are you going to do the work yourself.

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