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Building Construction Specifications in Marion, IL

 

Specifications On The A-1 Buildings Post Frame Building
 
  1. COLUMNS: 3 ply treated 2 x 6 pre-laminated posts with 60 year warranty.
  2. SPLASH BOARDS: 1 - 2 x 8 treated splashboard will be used at the base of sidewalls.
  3. GIRTS: 2 x 4 girts (side supports for walls) will be set 24” on center.
  4. TRUSS SUPPORT: Posts will be notched, trusses set in notch and secured with 1/2” bolts and ring shank nails.
  5. ROOF PURLINS: 2 x 4 roof purlins will be set on edge, only 20” on center and secured with 6” rink shank nails and tied together with 16 penny nails.
  6. SIDE & ROOF STEEL: All roof and wall metal will be secured with neoprene washered screws (19 colors to choose from).
  7. SEALERS: Die cut foam sealers will be used at ridge cap.
  8. Complete building will be trimmed with choice of 19 colors including rodent barrier at base of sidewall metal.
  9. DOORS: Sliding doors will be 1 ½” or 3 ½” square frames, metal secured with self drilling screws. Overhead doors will be purchaser's choice of raised panel or ribbed steel.
  10. All 2 x 4 framing are #1 yellow pine.
 
These Buildings are built to fit your needs. Check the other features available to make the building you want.
  • Overhead Doors
  • Roof Vents
  • Custom Store Fronts
  • Windows
  • Ridge lites
  • Concrete
  • Overhangs
  • Post Protectors
  • Metal Liner Panel
  • Lean to
  • Gutter
  • Vapor Barrier
  • Insulation
  • Sliding Doors
 
Why Pay For Less When You Can Have More
Five Year Warranty On Sliding Doors
 
 
STEEL / ALUMINUM FRAME WON'T WARP, SAG OR ROT LIKE WOOD SLIDING DOORS
The STEEL / ALUMINUM sliding door framing system is fabricated from white, 20 gauge galvanized steel girts. By using steel / aluminum the problems generally associated with wood framed doors are virtually eliminated. These problems include inconsistency of material, warping and splitting of members.
The continuous guide rail has two very important functions. The first is to hold the door panel firmly so the wind cannot damage or destroy the door panel by lifting it away from the side of the building. The other function is to guide the door panel along the side of the building keeping the door away from the building and thus eliminating any possible damage to the siding on the building.