Building Types

RAECO Builders offers many building types, each with its own unique features and advantages. Below, we explain 2 specific types of buildings, Steel Buildings, and Structural Insulated Panel Buildings, as well as some typical uses and applications for each of them. To learn more about these building types and to find out what will fit your needs best, contact us today or request a free estimate

Steel Buildings

Steel buildings are extremely versatile. They have multiple uses in the commercial, agricultural, equestrian, and many other scenarios. Many design options are available including: multiple clear span widths, roof pitches, and eave heights. We can also design and plan for future expansion with steel buildings.

Our steel buildings can be designed for cold storage, or we have multiple insulation options to meet your needs.

We have a wide variety of exterior finishes to satisfy your individual tastes.

Steel buildings are another way for us to deliver options, not just buildings.

Building Uses and More!

To learn more about our custom options, from colors to dimensions to uses, go to our building applications page.

Structural Insulated Panels

Structural Insulated Panels (SIPS) join high performance rigid foam insulation to Oriented Strand Board (OSB) or plywood. The thickness of foam is adjusted to increase R-value.

Energy savings is measured in whole wall R-value, not just insulation values. The 6-inch core walls outperform standard stick built walls by over 50%.

Interior wall temperatures are much improved over stick built walls. SIP walls have no sagging insulation, no compressed insulation, and no air movement .With no thermal shortcuts to external walls, they simply translate to large savings on your utility bills. The results speak for themselves.

Choose from R-18, R-26, R-33 or R-40 walls. The colder the outside temperature is the better the R-value. Structural Insulated Panels (SIPS) are extremely versatile and can be designed for multiple building uses, such as: commercial, agricultural, equestrian, and residential.

Structural Insulated Panels (SIPS) are just another way for us to deliver options, not just buildings.