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Panel Built Metal Stairs Are a Prefabricated Solution to Custom Projects


Prefab Metal Stair Systems

Panel Built, Inc. designs and fabricated custom metal stair systems that fit into a variety of different environments and facilities.  Whether the metal stair project is required inside an existing building or the projects is going to be outside, facing the elements, Panel Built can develop a stair system that meets the project's needs.  For Panel Built's exterior stair systems, the structures can be delivered to the project site with a couple of different finishes.  One very popular request is for the metal stairs to receive a full galvanized dip to help protect it against the elements.  However, if the metal stairs require a custom color, Panel Built can utilize an exterior grade powder coating system that comes in a variety of custom colors.

However, the customization does not end there!  Panel Built's stair systems come with custom stair treads, including diamond plating, bar grating, or even concrete filled pans.  The railing system attached to the stand-alone stairs come in custom options, depending on customer preference or code requirements.  Panel Built metal stairs can meet OSHA and IBC stair codes (and beyond); custom stair rise/runs can be accommodated, as well as intermate platforms for a fully custom stair layout. 

Panel Built was founded in 1995 by brothers Pat and Mike Kiernan and began with the construction of pre-manufactured buildings. Today, Panel Built offers a complete line of custom modular offices, mezzanines, security booths, pre-assembled exterior buildings, and clean rooms. All our multiple product lines are produced on site, in four state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities. We offer "A Better Way to Create Space" for all of your building projects.



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