Although admitted later in 1819, comparatively speaking for a burgeoning country who officially founded its Union in 1787, the history of the southern state’s culture is rooted into the exceptional make-up of the country’s overall grand design. The very first Confederate flag was designed and flown in Alabama in 1861, cementing their southern leadership ties for years to come.
Their southern diplomacy is only seconded by their agricultural outputs of eggs, peanuts, grains, cotton, corn, soybeans and peaches. Their livestock output includes poultry and cattle, with plant nursery items following a close third to the farm and animal outputs. Although commonly referred to as The Cotton State, its reference is a misconception, as Alabama is ranked between eight and ten on the list, well behind their southern brethren, Mississippi, Georgia and Texas.
Farming aside, Alabama has made a name for itself in the industrial world, including iron, steel, paper, wood, lumber and mining outputs. And thanks to their geographical composition they are able to host tourists from around the world who enjoy their beaches along the Gulf Shore, who number more than twenty two million per year, and spend over eight billion dollars in their fine state.
Alabama summers are some of the hottest in the country, averaging over ninety degrees, with tropical storms and hurricanes colliding seasonally over an expansive coastal area, drenching the rest of the state with excessive rainfall as they move inland. Thunderstorms are prevalent, and tornadoes are not uncommon, including the devastating touchdown of numerous twisters in Tuscaloosa in 2011 that ravaged the town.
Living and working in such an industrial and farming dependent area requires home and business owners to think protectively about their investments and assets, in an effort to keep them out of harm’s way, and functioning properly. Alabama steel buildings provide a tremendous boost to the peace of mind individuals count on when storing their manufacturing equipment, farming supplies and provisions. In addition, with thunderstorms wreaking havoc consistently through the area, Alabamans are able to protect their vehicles with Alabama carports, lessening the opportunity to incur hail damage.
With poultry and eggs leading the charge of the state’s agricultural outputs, Alabama metal buildings provide storage space for harvests, create designated slaughtering areas, and protect both from the elements to insure a full day’s work is posted, even when it is raining. Other benefits of Alabama steel buildings include:• Seasonal Protection from Thunderstorms, Hail & Hurricanes• Safe Animal Feed Storage• Plant & Nursery Accessory Housings• Car, Truck, RV, Boat & ATV Storage• Protective Farm & Manufacturing Equipment Structure• Safe Storage for Dry Goods Awaiting Sale • Food, Water and Generator Storage• Secures Property from Theft, Vandalism or Damage• Designated Harvest and Slaughter Areas• May Lower Home, Farm or Manufacturing Insurance Premiums
Alabama carports and metal garages also serve as low-maintenance and inexpensive options for protecting vehicles in the event of a storm, or as protection from the scorching summer sun. Simply determine how much space you have to erect the structure, and count on metal carport kits to provide you with the security you deserve. If you are in the market for a larger structure to accommodate equipment or lawn and garden accessories, prefab garages and pole barn kits are also available.
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