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Pros and Cons of Steel Frame for Commercial Projects

Posted By John Rinaldi - Architect On March 12, 2008 @ 3:07 pm In Construction | No Comments

These are the same as steel framing for residential jobs, with two additions-
1. Light steel framing is faster than wood framing
2. Light steel framing is generally used in light commercial projects
1. There may be a learning curve, depending upon the contractor’s experience
2. There may be an expense for renting or buying power tools like screw guns, power cutters, generators and compressors
3. Plywood is still used for floor and roof sheathing
4. Steel must be very precisely cut, unlike wood

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