There are many options to consider when building a house. You should work within your budget first and other options such as materials used, size, area, and durability need to be well thought out before you start building your home.
Of course, steel is a very popular choice and because of its advantages, steel is widely used all over the world. Let's take a look at the pros of choosing a steel frame construction.
One thing about steel is that it is very durable and strong. Wooden frames often rot and become infected by wood insects, which eat the wood slowly and can cause the structure to collapse for a long time. Although steel has its own type of bugs that would move around in the structure, they cannot make nests there and are far less likely to cause serious damage as with wooden homes.
Wood is also prone to deformation from wet weather, which can displace the entire structure. You don't have all this with steel. Steel has good durability and strength for both the short and long term. This results in lower maintenance costs over the long term compared to wooden structures that deform and need to be replaced.
Since steel housings are so strong, they can withstand even the harshest weather conditions such as hurricanes, strong winds, and heavy rains. The reinforced steel housing can even withstand earthquakes. Steel is widely used for industrial and storage facilities, so it is more often used in the construction of private houses.