The sixteenth state admitted into The Union in 1796 was the “Volunteer State” of Tennessee, who gained the moniker from the remarkable valor demonstrated by the state’s volunteer soldiers in the War of 1812’s Battle of New Orleans.Tennessee shares the title for its boundaries sharing the most bordered states with Missouri, each of which directly connects to eight different states each. Tennessee shares borders with Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Kentucky, Arkansas, Virginia, North Carolina and Missouri, providing a remarkable contrast to each of them.
Tennessee does three things very well: Agriculture, manufacturing and tourism. From a farming standpoint, poultry, cattle and soybeans dominate their agricultural production. In addition, they manufacture and export electrical and transportation equipment, as well as various chemicals for home and industrial uses. The natural gem that is The Great Smoky Mountains National Park, located in the eastern portion of the state, enjoys more visitors annually than any other National Park in the United States. Adding to the mountainous splendor is a section of the Appalachian Trail that runs through the eastern border. With tourist attractions like Elvis Presley’s Graceland, and the genius of traditional Blues music on Beale Street in Memphis, Tennessee is able to entertain any visitor effortlessly.
Because of its mid-continental geography, the weather is seasonal, but gets hot and humid in the summer months, with temperatures clocking a high of ninety degrees. Temperatures can drop to around freezing easily in the winter months, and thunderstorms are common during both. Hail, damaging winds, tornadoes and significant rainfall find their way to the state with reckless abandon, and can be countered by the construction of Tennessee carports and metal garages. Vehicles can take refuge under the protective covering, while RVs, motorcycles and manufacturing equipment can be stored safely in Tennessee metal buildings to insure their security from damage or theft.
Likewise farming equipment, animal feed and common household accessories including lawn furniture, and recreational vehicles such as ATVs and smaller farming vehicles can be stored in Tennessee metal buildings quickly and efficiently to avoid the adverse conditions. Additional benefits of Tennessee steel buildings include: • Dry Goods Storage• Safe Animal Feed Housing from Scavengers• Car, Truck, RV, & Motorcycle Housing• Protection from Rain, Hail, Thunderstorms & Tornadoes• Storage for Boat & Fishing Gear• Designating Fish & Game Cleaning Area• Safely Store Lawn & Garden Accessories in the Off-season• Farm & Manufacturing Equipment Protection• Securely Store Hiking & Mountain Climbing Equipment • May Lower Home or Business Insurance Premiums• Creates a Successful Addition to the Home for Hosting Guests
Whether you are entertaining guests for a football game, hog roast or family reunion, US steel buildings provide ample space to enjoy all of your social activities without affecting the cleanliness of your home. Pole barn kits are available in varying sizes, allowing you to choose exactly how much protective space you would like to add to your property, and which uses you apply to it. All Alabama metal buildings are inexpensive, and require little to no maintenance over their lifetimes. Simply construct the structure of your choice, and start enjoying the extra space and the security right away!
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