Rhino closes steel framed houses division
Rhino Steel Building Systems will halt the sale of its steel-framed homes as of Jan. 9, the company announced. A leading provider of pre-engineered and custom steel buildings, Rhino Steel Building Systems was founded in 1988 and partners with upstream steel manufacturers. With the changes in the economy, stability from suppliers and consumer behavior, Rhino Steel Building Systems is stopping all sales of new steel-framed homes but will continue to provide customer service to its current list of customers.
“We are committed to keeping our reputation as a customer service leader in manufactured steel buildings,” said Bruce Brown, CEO of Rhino Steel Building Systems. “We simply were not confident we could continue to provide that industry-leading customer service with recent changes in the marketplace from both our suppliers as well as consumers."
Rhino Steel Building Systems’ headquarters are located in Denton, Texas, with seven shipping locations across the country. The company can provide steel barns, steel garages, horse barns, small or giant manufacturing plants, modular industrial buildings, steel gymnasiums, metal church buildings, metal storage buildings, office buildings, horse arenas, aircraft hangars, auto repair buildings and other applications. A Rhino metal building is specifically designed to meet wind and snow load requirements for the buyer's specific area of the country, as well as other requirements related to the performance of the structure.