Johnsco, Inc. is an authorized independent Capital Steel buildings dealer based in Aitkin, Minnesota.
We are a local builder with 20+ years of experience in construction. We are dedicated to providing the best service using quality products, trustworthy local contractors, and comparable prices. If you are looking to build a steel building in the Aitkin County area, we are your guys!
If you are in the market for a metal building kit in Aitkin or any of our other focus areas found below on our map, get in touch with us by completing the quote request form and we will prepare a customized building quote for your project.
We had built with them and we thought that they were an excellent provider. We went with Capital Steel primarily based on the quality of the product and the support that we got. I went out and met with their management and it has been a good experience.
They have worked very hard to make things right for me and my business. They have came through on their promise, and provided accurate leads along with providing buildings at a reasonable price for my customers.
The quality of the steel and the workmanship as well as the ease of assembling and erecting the buildings are a lot better at Capital Steel than other companies. These guys are really experienced as well.
I was looking to build my own building, then there was an opportunity to be a dealer for Capital Steel and it worked out very well for both of us, so I chose them for my business. They're a lot more customer-interactive than the other companies.
Minnesota Metal Building System
Capital Steel Quality
In addition to our industry leading 50 year structural and 40 year paint warranties, your Capital Steel brand building comes equipped with a comprehensive list of standard features.
Steel Buildings Designed for Minnesota
Engineering, Aesthetics and Delivery
Capital Steel buildings are engineered with your local codes and loads in mind. More specifically, a metal building system designed for Minnesota will be uniquely evaluated and designed to endure wind speeds, snow loads and seismic activity.
Made to Order
Customize Your Building System
You can personalize the aesthetics and improve the functionality of your building by adding components like windows for ventilation, wall liner panels to increase durability and patron as well as vehicle access doors.
Your Capital Steel building can be outfitted with hundreds of components and accessories designed to improve the functionality of the space.
You can add any combination of colors to the roof, walls, trim and most components such as doors, gutters and downspouts.
Our buildings feature strong 26 gauge metal sheeting, we do also offer a variety of siding options such as stucco and insulated panels or GenStone.
Explore our sectional, bi-fold, roll up and walk door options for vehicles, aircraft and patrons to enter and exit your steel building.
Insulation not only makes your steel building more efficient, it helps to prevent conduction which can result in rust developing in critical areas.
Water and moisture are the biggest long term threats to the structural integrity of your steel building, explore these ways to avoid developing rust.
Adding electrical fixtures to your metal building requires a higher collateral load, extra cost and creates recurring electrical bills, here’s a solution.
From removing fumes to creating ways for fresh air to enter the building, improving air quality in your steel building is an important consideration.
Common Building Applications
Designed According to Intended Use
Capital Steel buildings are designed made to order according to your intended use. Starting with the building system which includes the primary and secondary framing as well as the wall and roof sheeting, you will then choose from our menu of customization options to create your personalized building kit.
Frequently Asked Questions
Guiding You Through the Completion of Construction
Your local Capital Steel contractor is thoroughly trained by our staff and capable of helping you navigate your project from inception to planning, procurement and finally construction.