West Virginia holds a unique place in the culmination of American history. The Mountain State, as she has been dubbed, was the first state to secede from not only the confederacy, but actually from within another state. This division created two different regions: Virginia, a confederate stronghold, and West Virginia, which was admitted into the Union in 1863 as the 35th state. This was a direct result of the Wheeling Convention, where delegates met to discuss the hastiness in which the original state seceded, and their disagreement with the process. It is the only state who was granted the title of statehood by proclamation from the President of the United States, who was Abraham Lincoln at the time. His decision wisely and strategically solidified the North’s stronghold on the railroad system that ran directly through the new state, aiding in their victory.
Given its unnatural entrance, and its geographical location, which borders the states of Pennsylvania, Maryland, Kentucky, Ohio and Virginia, West Virginia is considered a southern state by the U.S. Census Bureau.
West Virginia creates a topographical menagerie for science and industry alike. Although they are among the top coal producers in the nation, only falling second to Wyoming, almost seventy five percent of West Virginia is covered with forests, with a significant portion of the balance being densely karstic. This varying existence provides incredible areas of revenue from logging and mining. In addition, outdoor enthusiasts flock to the state annually to enjoy their impeccable trout water fishing, whitewater rafting, skiing, hunting, hiking and mountain biking excursions.
Although the weather would provide farming capabilities, with temperatures reaching in the middle eighties in the summer, with a seasonally cool winter that follows, the mountainous terrain will not provide the soil for such outputs. With so many trees comprising the area, homeowners rely on West Virginia carports to protect their vehicles from falling branches, and the animals that live in their wide limbs that can cause damage from nesting, eating, waste and refuse.
In addition, West Virginia steel buildings can provide protection from the wildlife that enjoy the forestry, and those who feed on the streams that flow around the beautiful landscape. With temperamental weather conditions, West Virginia metal buildings can protect sport and fishing gear from inclement weather, as well as theft or damage. Additional advantages of US steel buildings include:• Securely Storing Costly Rafting Equipment• Protective Storage for Mountain Bikes & Hiking Gear• Boat & Fishing Gear Protection• Designated Fish Staging & Cleaning Location• Car, Truck, Motor Cycle & RV Storage• Scientific Discover& Experimental Equipment Housing• Safe and Dry Coal Storage• Designated Area for Lawn & Garden Accessories• Protection from Wildlife
Pole Barn Construction can be accomplished effortlessly in West Virginia, providing the benefits of storing all of your fishing, hiking and exploration equipment. Simply determine the size of the area, and the specific needs you would like to satisfy with either prefab or custom built West Virginia steel buildings, and you will be on your way to enjoying the extra space in no time!
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