How much does a Heritage Building cost?
Heritage Building Systems provides prefabricated steel buildings to customers all over the United States. The company offers the ability to custom fabricate any width, length, or height of metal building, with a variety of customization options including modern roofing, paint color, and siding selections. Agricultural businesses request Heritage prefab buildings to be used as metal barns, steel dairy barns, riding arenas, and hay storage buildings. Heritage also provides warehouses and factory building solutions to various industries.
Frame options for a Heritage building includes clear span, modular, single slope, and auxiliary. Optional features include overhead doors, skylights and wall lights, sliding glass windows, glass frames, rolling doors, and more.
Prices other people paid for a Heritage building
What they were looking for: "30x32x10 shop and garage, I want insulation for the roof."
Price paid: "I purchased a Heritage building 30ft x 40 ft x 10, everything included, was $9,194."
-Buyer from Holly Springs, Mississippi
A buyer located in New York purchased a prefabricated 40x50 Heritage building with insulation for $16,000 including delivery. The walls were 12 ft high, 17 ft high at the peak of the building. Included was 1 entry door, 4 10x10 overhead doors, and 4 windows. He decided to erect the building himself, because he was given a construction quote of $8,900.
Types of Heritage building frames
Heritage Building Systems offers four types of steel building frames: Clear Span, Modular, Single Slope, and Auxiliary.
Popular types of Heritage building systems
Aside from offering the four most common types of building frames, Heritage also offers custom buildings – basically, whatever extra feature you'd like, they can add it. Customization options include different types of roof materials, trims, and extensions, different types of wall panels, exteriors such as stucco, and 13 different colors of paint trims.
- Metal storage buildings
- Metal barns
- Steel horse riding arenas
- Aircraft hangars
- Custom buildings
Company reputation and reviews
Heritage Building Systems received a grade of A+ from the Better Business Bureau. The same buyer in New York mentioned previously, gave a good review to Heritage saying that they were "very helpful" and that his building is a "quality product." Also, he says it is possible to construct your own Heritage building "If you carefully read their plans and booklet."
What others are looking for
I currently have a 4 yr. old Heritage metal home. I'm looking to add a free standing porch on the rear. I'll be pouring the foundation myself but would want to work with a supplier on blue prints.