Who’s the better, a metal barn kit or a wooden barn?
It’s fight night again, ladies and gentlemen! After Steel’s substantial victory against Aluminum barns, we’re back to see how much better a steel metal barn kit performs for buyers their wooden competitors. Your leader of ceremonies and commenter (that’s me!) tonight has a match set up to prove the strength of steel over that of wood. May the best, highest quality material win. Let’s get ready to rumble!
Steel vs. Wood
Round 1: Wood starts off strong with it’s broad range of paint colors, but Steel jumps right in and knocks him down. Not only do Elephant Steel barn kits come with a variety of colors, but their color never fades, and the paint is guaranteed not to chip or crack for decades down the road. And Steel’s got one more punch on Wood- Steel paint simply needs to be rinsed off with a garden hose, no expensive power washing required. That’s just too much for Wood to handle!
Round 2: Wood’s weak, but staggers back up with a vengeance. Wood attacks right away with the claim that Steel isn’t nearly as versatile, but Steel strikes back! Steel barn kits are upgradable at any point in their lifespan. Since they’re anchored right into the ground, they can be moved or reconfigured decades down the road. Wasn’t Ali talking about Steel’s versatility when he said, “Fly like a butterfly, sting like a bee?” Wood is faltering folks, I don’t know if it’s going to make it!
*Knockout Blow* Wood is utterly defenseless to rot, mold and critter infestation that weaken it over time, while after decades, Steel barn kits are untouched. That knocked Wood right out of the ring!