Suppose you live in Texas and have any metal assets, like a roof, carport, metal furniture, tools, or even an outdoor garage. In that case, you know how important it is to your property's longevity to adequately protect those assets from rust and corrosion. Unfortunately, the harsh Texas climate increases the chances of your assets being exposed to weather elements that can weaken them over time. That's why taking proactive steps toward protecting these valuable items is essential if you want them to last for many years. In this blog post, we will provide tips on preventative measures that homeowners can use to guard their investments against long-term corrosion damage – giving you peace of mind today and in the future.
From construction to transportation and beyond, our steel products can be found all around us. In fact, you might not know that some of the buildings you pass every day in our area were made with Bulldog Steel's steel.
If you live in an area that experiences severe weather, particularly during storm season, you understand the importance of protecting your belongings from the elements.
Coahoma, Texas. A small town in Howard County, right near our location in Big Spring. We are proud to call ourselves an important part of the community of this area. From clinics, to schools, to shopping centers, we have built a lot in this area.
If you work in the construction industry, then you probably already know a thing or two about steel. But do you know about the SAE grading system for steel?
When it comes to construction, one of the most important materials that goes into a construction project is steel. Steel comes in different grades and each grade has its own specific purpose. In this blog post, we're going to take a look at the various grades of steel according to the ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials) standards.
There are a lot of misconceptions out there about metal roofs and how they absorb heat. The truth is, metal roofs are actually really good at reflecting heat away from your home.
Did you know that steel dates back to ancient times? It has been used as a weapon, tool and building material for centuries. Steel is one of the most widely used materials in the world today because of its versatility and strength.