In just about every corner of society, people are becoming increasingly concerned with the environmental impact that their lives have. This is not only becoming apparent in the lives of individuals, but also of businesses whose carbon footprints can sometimes be colossal. One common step which people are taking to reduce the impact they have on the environment, is to make the switch to a biomass boiler. This utilises far more sustainable fuels and is also supported by a number of incentive schemes, making the switch cost-effective too.Anyone who looks to make the move to using a biomass boiler, needs to consider the best way to house it. Luckily for you, we design, manufacture and build that solution – Steel framed buildings.
What are the benefits of having a steel framed building to house your new Biomass Boiler?
Quick to Erect
Traditional building materials can take a long time to source and to construct. One of the biggest selling points of steel as a construction material, is the ease with which is can be put together. Our team of erectors can often be seen to erect a steel framed building within one working week (depending on size). Therefore, for people looking to make the installation of their biomass boiler a quick job, steel framed buildings become the obvious choice.
Partly due to the speed with which it can be put up, steel construction is a cost-effective option. Not only is the labour work minimal, but they are robust enough to last for a long time. Whereas other materials like wood can succumb to all sorts of problems such as rot, distortion and termites. Steel framed buildings on the other hand, will remain strong and durable.
The strength of steel means that your structure will last for as long as you need it to. But that’s not the only tangible benefit. Steel frame buildings can also offer you peace of mind when it comes to the protection of your biomass boiler. Investing in new technology only makes sense if it is built to last, so it is a wise idea to invest in its protection as well.
Steel is an incredibly sustainable building material, often being recycled. The combination of its strength and relative light weight, make it a favourite with those looking to keep their carbon footprint to a minimum. If you’re creating a structure to house an environmentally friendly boiler, it makes little sense to use materials which haven’t been responsibly sourced.