From the last two-three decades, the use of prefabricated steel buildings in the construction industry has seen phenomenal growth. Although for commercial and industrial sectors steel buildings have been in use for a long time in recent years their popularities is increasing rapidly all over the world.
Prefabricated steel buildings can be anything from simple commercial buildings for your warehouse, school, retail, church, storage to complex steel-framed office buildings. The advantage of prefabricated steel buildings is that they cost less, decrease labor costs, durable, easy, and fast to build than other types of buildings for a number of reasons. You can buy pre-built framing systems via quickframes.com to build prefab homes.
Modern prefabrication of buildings began first when the Industrial Revolution brought about the production of iron on a large scale. Although prefabricated construction was further developed by some personnel, it came into popularity during World War II when there was a large accommodation shortage for military personnel as well as for those made homeless by the War.
To accommodate them the US first used prefabricated buildings which were fully made up at the factory and then transported and assembled on site. Many of these buildings were designed with a life span of 5-10 years, but some of them are surviving today.