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Castle Reef Enterprises Timber Construction

 

August 2011 issue

      Castle Reef Enterprises is the Northern Rockies dealer for Eagle Rigid Span Buildings, rigid-framed wood buildings that have clear spans of up to 120 wide, and cost up to 30% less than conventional construction methods.

      Eagle Rigid Span buildings your green building choice are incredibly versatile, virtually bird-proof, and have extremely high clearance. The advantages of building a barn, storage facility, or indoor arena with wood cathedral beams include taller side walls and more room for a second story or loft. The buildings are corrosion-resistant, and work well for storing items such as salt or fertilizer.

 

      Designed to reduce heating and cooling costs, the wood framing also has the option of the easy installation of thick fire-resistant fiberglass insulation and interior finishing inside the framing. Due to this design, an owner can often save up to 50% on hazard insurance.

      Frames combine three structural systems into one: truss system, laminated beams, and a plywood box beam to enclose it all. Frames are bolted together with a unique assembly and steel shear plates. This field assembly allows a 6,000 sq. ft. building to to be delivered in one semi load. Roof pitches are available from 1/12 to 12/12, and even in a Gambrel (barn) style.

      Exterior finishes include metal, stucco, wood, brick, block, quoin and corbell.

      Wood structures are inherently green, as more trees are planted than are harvested. Wood requires less energy to manufacture, and produces less environment pollution than steel. Wood buildings are more comfortable to be in than metal buildings, and wood is a great insulator.

      Take advantage of huge tax breaks on agricultural structures in 2011 by ordering now. 

 

      For more information, contact Bruce Roth at Castle Reef Enterprises in Fairfield , Montana , at

406-799-9896 or 406-467-3294; email brucroth@3rivers.net. To view examples of existing structures, visit www.eaglerigidspan.com.

 

 

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