Some businesses need a workshop. Offices are all very well, but when it comes to manufacturing your own products, when it comes to needing a space for your employees to get on with the task at hand, a workshop is ideal. It could be due to the nature of the businesses, it could be a place for additional storage, or it could even be that your product simply requires a lot of space when it’s being made. Whatever the reason that your business needs a workshop, a steel building will make a great one.
Why? There a number of excellent reasons, and each one simply adds to the appeal, and functionality, of a steel building for a workshop.
Steel buildings are secure. With DPL’s range of locking options you can rest assured that your equipment, machinery, and staff are well looked after when they are working in a steel building. We offer a number of different locks and doors, including 10 point locking high quality heavy duty security doors, single point locking, light weight doors, and insulated sectional doors amongst others. And those doors can be made in various sizes too, to allow for larger pieces of equipment and vehicles to enter and exit the workshop unhindered. Or why not create safe pedestrian areas to comply with health and safety? With a steel building as your workshop this can easily be done.
Steel building workshops are also a flexible space for your business to grow. Use them to their best advantage giving you the most use of the building (using the height that can be gained from the structure to house taller pieces of machinery if need be), but if and when you do outgrow your workshop, that’s no problem since it’s possible to extend a steel building with little fuss. It’s also possible to re-clad any areas that need a little TLC. Speaking of flexible, subject to planning permission (as always), you can place your steel workshop anywhere that suits, meaning that you can create the ideal space for you and your business.
That extends to the foundations too. Since you (or rather our expert installers) will be building a workshop from scratch rather than taking on someone else’s no longer used space, if you need an inspection pit or similar, this can be worked into the design.
Steel buildings don’t have to be dark and dingy places to work – they can let in a lot of natural light if you design them to, and the windows and doors that allow for this can be made to your specification. Your workers will have a light, bright, safe environmental to work in.
So what are you waiting for? If you need a workshop and you’re considering your options, take a look at our steel buildings – it’s sure to suit.