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Hurricanes are one of Mother Nature’s many destructive forces that can cost untold amounts of damage and destruction. Rocket Steel Canada’s metal buildings are hurricane rated and tested to withstand up to high velocity winds, heavy snow and even earthquakes.
Florida testing approval for High Wind Velocity up to 150mph
But don’t take our word for it. Click the images below to listen to what our customers have to say.
“I went out in the Hurricane Wilma and was in this building with the door pulled down and watched what it done. It didn’t move.”
“Dad and a couple of friends came over to get the arches up. It took 2 or 3 days to put it up. It was the best deal I could find. It supposed to withstand 100 mile an hour winds if a hurricane ever comes. I’m going to hide in here when a hurricane comes.”
“We bought the building because it’s not going anywhere. It’s the best deal out there to keep the elements off your equipment. And hurricane protection is big here in this area because we live on the coast. And it’s a good building for that. We’re happy with it. We recommend it. Please buy one.”
“This one is rated 160 – 170 mile an hour winds. Sustained winds! We had some wind storms through here and I’ll tell you what, we never had any real problems with this. The building seems to be well secured. The quality of the building is great! I haven’t had any problems.”
“It’s a very sturdy, strong building. Matter of fact, I told my wife if a hurricane or something come through I think we’d get out of the house and come out here in this. It’s very super strong the way it’s embedded in the concrete. I’m very happy with it.”
“No water comes in, I mean it’s a strong, steady building. I think it’s gone through one or two hurricanes and it’s just been here. This is really steady and worked great for us.”
Why People Choose Rocket Steel Canada
“About six years ago I purchased this steel building and put it up. I put it up myself, and it wasn’t too bad. I’ve got more friends than money, that’s why I put it up myself. The strongest winds we’ve had here are 75 mph, and I had no issues with the buildings what so ever. I couldn’t be happier with the building, money well spent. I think I’m going to get a lot of time out of this building.” Man-cave Dweller, Virginia
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