RV Building Design
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Posted on: 11/19/2009



 

Trachte Building Systems announces the availability of its flush jamb and header system for larger-sized storage buildings. Where a RV/Boat storage unit would typically utilize ribbed panels and J-trim top create the exterior, Trachte engineers have developed a flush exterior similar to its standard storage buildings.
The new design has these benefits:

  • Greater damage resistance: The flush jambs are formed from steel that’s more than twice the thickness of typical A-panel siding, resisting dents and dings. 
  •  Lower material cost: Although the jamb and header material is thicker, the new design eliminates the need for “J” trim and jamb finishing materials and reduces overall material cost.
  • Less time to build: With fewer parts and less field cutting, the new system takes less time to build. This means lower labor cost, and the facility can open for business sooner.
  • More attractive: The sleek, attractive flush system can help gain the approval of local boards, and is compatible with a variety of sectional and roll-up doors.

 

Trachte Building Systems, an ISO 9001:2000-certified company, designs, manufactures and erects a full line of durable, pre-engineered and customized steel self-storage systems, including single- and multi-story, portable storage, interior partition and corridor, and canopy boat/RV.

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