Dependable Steel Building Components
For more than five decades, Pacific Building Systems has been a leading steel building components manufacturer in Oregon. We manufacture parts for metal buildings including schools, airplane hangars, agricultural storage centers, and more, as well as serving clients throughout Oregon, Washington, and Western Canada. Our company believes in delivering quality products at affordable prices, and you can expect excellent customer service and a dedication to your project when you work with us.
Whether you need metal building components for a new structure or steel siding for an existing building, we can help. All of our products are renowned for their simplicity and their easy assembly. When you order steel components from us, we ship them directly to you so they can be assembled onsite. Furthermore, we offer a 30-year warranty on all of our components.
If you would like to learn more about Pacific Building Systems or need to place an order with our steel building components manufacturer in Oregon, contact our Woodburn office today to speak with a member of our team. We ship orders throughout the state and the Pacific Northwest, and we would be happy to answer any questions as well as provide you with the products and equipment you need.
There is a tangible difference in the product we provide, such as:
Paint: we provide a heavy coat of enamel paint on the primary structural steel, not just a thin coat of ugly dark primer like most manufacturers. We offer you a choice of colors for this paint (light blue is most popular, but green, red, grey, and cream are also available at no extra cost, with only a modest increase in price for white). All of our secondary framing (purlins and girts, doors and window framing, base and gable angle) is galvanized, both for longer life span and also much better light reflection.
Clips: shop welded for added strength and ease of erection.
Bracing: cut to length with all the hardware already in place for faster erection.
Long trims: all of our trim pieces are in 20’-3 lengths, so no short splices can be seen….. After all, looking at the outside, it is the trim that people often notice.
I-Beam end frames: most manufactures use lightweight channels for the endwall framing, but PBS always uses heavy steel I Beams, because it is easier to erect and it provides a strong, safe stable building.