How much do Freedom buildings cost?

Freedom Steel Buildings is a national supplier of pre-engineered steel buildings. All Freedom Buildings come with a 20 year warranty on the roof, paint, and fasteners. Freedom Steel homes are popular with residential customers because they are a cost-effective home solution, and vinyl siding and other materials make the structures look anything but a steel building. There are 18 different Freedom home models to choose from. Freedom homes can be built with an array of features including covered entryways, covered porches, 2 car garages, and can be one or two floors. Other common uses include equestrian buildings such as riding arenas and steel horse barns, metal garages, and small sheds.

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According to this press release, Freedom Buildings saw increased sales in the first quarter of 2012 for prefabricated agricultural buildings. Processing centers, chicken coops, livestock buildings, and equipment storage buildings are some of the noted types of buildings which have been “hot” lately.

Prices others paid for Freedom steel buildings

A buyer in Phoenix, Arizona paid $14,500 for a 40×60 Freedom building kit. The price did not include labor, concrete, equipment, doors, and electrical work.

Popular types of Freedom building systems

Aside from metal homes, Freedom Buildings manufactures large commercial buildings such as churches, offices, retail shopping centers, barns, storage buildings, warehouses, and airplane hangars. Customers and contractors alike appreciate the ease of assembly of each pre-engineered steel building from Freedom Steel Buildings. For a look at some common uses of Freedom Steel Buildings structures, see the list below.

  • Steel homes
  • Steel garages
  • Metal barns
  • Airplane hangars
  • Indoor riding arenas
  • Portable barns
  • Steel sheds
  • Metal horse shelters
  • Commercial warehouses
  • Agricultural storage buildings

“Green” building options

Freedom Steel is a member of the US Green Building Council. This supplier provides multiple options for LEED features such as recycled building materials, reflective roof paint, and use of local materials. Take a look at their full list of green building options – and make sure to specify when you get building quotes from us that you're interested in “green” materials.

The Freedom buildings that others are looking for

I need to building for a workshop and car storage over a concrete slab. The building will have to have a 10×10 door at one end and a walk door along the side which will also have 4 or 5 windows. I have a quote from Freedom Buildings and am interested in some additional quotes to compare.
-Somers, NY