• Joe Street - Street Toyota

    I'm pleased to write a recommendation. In the summer of 2001 we contracted PSB to add five new service bays to our service department. We are very please with the results and with the length of time it took to do the project. We would definitely recommend them and will be considering them again for any future projects.

  • John Reid - Stanfield Printing Co.

    The price was the lowest I received, probably because PSB listened to what I wanted more than other companies. When something wasn't what I expected (and I'm picky), all I did was mention it and it was fixed to my expectation. When we need another building our first call will be PSB. When we overpaid for the project, the gladly wrote us a check of reimbursement.

  • Darryl Baldwin - Panhandle Tire

    I'm happy to recommend Panhandle Steel Buildings, Inc. I employed Panhandle Steel Buildings, Inc. to build a new building for my company. I found them to be courteous, prompt, and knowledgeable. The work was done professionally, promptley and at a reasonable price. I wouldn't hesitate to use PSB again.

  • Franklin McCasland - Mountain Road Truck Wash

    They erected our 75' X 100' building in 2001 and we are very pleased with the professional job that PSB has done on our building. I would definately recommend PSB to anyone wanting a great looking building. They care about the job that they are doing for you! The follow and service after the job was complete was excellent.



How To Protect Your Interests When Working With A General Contractor

It is in the best interest of both you and your general contractor to finish your project successfully. All parties should leave the job happy. You should feel like you acquired the best building that money can buy and the general contractor should make a profit so they can continue to do business. If this is your first time working with a general contractor, you may not know how to go about things. To protect your interests before, during, and after the building process you should a) hire the right contractor b) thoroughly review the contract before signing c) make cautious but timely payments and d) avoid liens. 

How To Avoid Headaches When Constructing A Commercial Building

Constructing a commercial building can be stressful. There is a massive amount of time, money, and effort that is invested into a new building. It’s definitely not as simple as refinishing a room in your home or installing a few light fixtures. It is a long, arduous process that leaves little room for error. The stakes are high. However, purchasing a commercial building and working with a team of contractors and builders doesn’t have to leave you with daily headaches. In fact, it can actually be a smooth, fun process if approached in the right way. Here are some tips to help you avoid headaches while constructing your commercial or industrial building:

How To Hire A General Contractor For A Commercial Remodeling Project

At Panhandle Steel Buildings in Amarillo, Texas, we do a lot more than steel! In addition to constructing steel buildings for over 60 years, we are also general contractors. Over the years, we have developed the experience and quality of craftsmanship that allows us to undertake construction projects of any size, scope, and breadth. This includes commercial remodeling projects

Steel Buildings Can Withstand The Highest Winds

It is springtime once again in the Texas Panhandle and for us, the strongest indicator of spring is not soft breezes, rain, and blooming flowers. It is the high, strong winds that sweep over the plains, blowing us around each time we step outside. Amarillo has been named the windiest city in America once again by the Weather Channel. With an average wind speed of 13.6 mph and a record wind speed of 84 mph, it makes you wonder why we choose to live in such a place. The windiest month of the year in Amarillo is April, making this a great time to talk about the importance of a building’s structural integrity when it comes to wind.

How To Prevent And Repair Metal Roof Leaks

While metal roofs are highly durable and long-lasting, they can sometimes develop leaks due to old age or from extreme weather. They may also develop leaks due to faulty installation by an unprofessional metal building company. If you own equipment or inventory, it could be permanently damaged by leaks in the roof. There are ways to not only fix leaks once they have occurred, but there are also ways to prevent leaks altogether so you never have to suffer with running around and placing buckets on the floor or from damaging expensive items.

Estimates Vs. Bids For Commercial Remodeling: Pros & Cons

When planning a commercial construction or remodeling project, one of the first things you will want to nail down as a building owner is cost. You want to know how much the project is going to run you so you can secure financing and plan for the future. Part of knowing what the project will cost is also about knowing what your general contractor is giving you when he hands you an estimate or a bid. In an earlier blog, we talked about the difference between bids, estimates, quotes, and proposals. Today, we will compare estimates vs. bids and the pros and cons of each. 

Common Types Of Steel Buildings


Steel is one of the most versatile building materials on the planet and when it comes to creating structures with it, you have many options. If you are in the market for a new steel building, whether it’s for agricultural, industrial, residential, or commercial use, you can choose from a few types of steel buildings. Each type fits best with the particular needs of the building owner. 

How To Save Money Long After Your Building Is Finished

If you own a commercial building, the primary purpose of that building is probably to assist you in creating revenue. For example, if you own a restaurant, you can’t very well serve your customers without a dining area or a kitchen. Of course, it costs money to maintain a building. You have to pay for heating, air conditioning, lighting, maintenance, electricity, supplies, etc. This is why it is important for your building to cost you as little as possible. The last thing that you want is for your building to chip away at your profits. There are many ways to decrease the costs associated with using and maintaining a commercial building, both before and after the construction process. 

Behind The Scenes: How Contractors Bid Out Jobs

When you’re working with a general contractor on a remodeling or construction project, one of your biggest concerns will be cost. You will want to find a contractor whose estimate fits well with your budget (which, by the way, doesn’t always mean just choosing the cheapest guy for the job). At this point in your project, you are probably collecting bids from several contractors and working to find the person who you think will best manage your building project. You might be wondering why there are vast differences in price between various contractors and you might think they seem to get their numbers from thin air. 

Learn The Difference Between Prefabricated, Modular, Panel, and Manufactured Buildings

If you are researching online for your first steel building, you will come across the terms prefabricated, modular, panel, and manufactured. These terms may cause some confusion if you aren’t sure exactly what they are referring to. Many websites will use the words interchangeably, but in reality they don’t mean the same thing. In order to be on the same page with your steel building company, take a look at the true meaning of each of these terms. You will be more knowledgeable when it comes time to purchase a building and you will be more prepared to make the right decisions.