Pre-Engineered Steel Auto Repair Shop in Espanola, New Mexico
Sunward Steel Buildings, Inc., was the fabricator and supplier of this pre-engineered steel building in Espanola, New Mexico, in December of 2017.
These days, the hardwearing, long-lasting metal building functions as the headquarters of Sena’s Auto, a family-owned automotive repair shop that has served customers across northern New Mexico for close to 30 years. A full-service automotive and radiator repair shop, Sena’s services virtually all makes and models, performing everything from oil changes and tune-ups to comprehensive front-end work and complete engine and transmission rebuilds.
Affordable, Fast-Erecting Metal Automotive Buildings
Buyers and business owners in search of buildings to use as garages, repair shops, carports or car dealerships increasingly opt for pre-engineered steel construction. In addition to typically being cheaper and easier to erect than alternative construction types, steel buildings require only minimal maintenance and come with low lifelong ownership costs.
This particular steel building continues to house the operations of Sena’s Auto while the business, itself, continues to generate rave reviews from satisfied customers spanning northern New Mexico. Located primarily within Rio Arriba County, the city of Espanola has sections that extend into Santa Fe County. Part of the Albuquerque – Santa Fe – Las Vegas statistical area, Espanola sits about 25 miles north-northwest of Santa Fe.
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Constructed using rugged, heavy-gauge steel components, this insulated, energy-efficient steel auto shop stands 50’x60’x16’ in size when raised, offering a wide clear span that creates plenty of space for vehicles. The shop’s high overhead clearance allows for the use of car lifts, and 3” layers of WMP-VRR faced insulation in its roof and walls help the auto body maintain comfortable temperatures, even in hot New Mexico summers.
Stone Beige in color, the metal auto repair shop maintains its exterior good looks while needing little more than an occasional power wash. Its roof is comprised of hardwearing Galvalume steel sheeting and has complementing Cinnamon Brown trim and a 2:12 pitch, and (4) framed openings allow building users and vehicles easy access inside.
Found throughout the auto shop are (2) 10’x10’ overhead door openings housing (2) 10’x10’ overhead doors, (1) 3070 walk door opening enclosing (1) 3070 walk door and (1) 14’x14’ overhead door opening containing (1) 14’x14’ overhead door. It also boasts several customizations that better equip it for life in New Mexico while adhering to local building code requirements, including a wind speed rating of 90 mph and a snow load of 24.5 pounds.