If you’re an aviation enthusiast, or if it’s your business, you might be on the lookout for aircraft hangar ideas. You’ve come to the right place! Hangars can range from a big empty shell for parking a plane to a vast building with multiple uses designed to fit any need. Here are 3 other aircraft hangar ideas you’ve never heard of:
Idea #1: A Man Cave to End All Man Caves
Every guy wants a man cave. Even single guys want a man cave to escape from the daily grind. What could be better for an airplane enthusiast than a man cave that doubles as a hangar?
If you own an aviation business, this might sound a little unusual, but it could put a unique spin on your business. Providing space for pilots and other aviation buffs to gather and exchange stories and share their love of all things with wings could set your hangar apart from the others.
If you choose steel construction you have complete control over how to customize your building. Your building will not only fit the needs of your business and house airplanes, but also to create a man cave-like space for your customers and clients. Or just for yourself.
Idea #2: Is It a Hangar or Is It a Home?
It seems that the dream for any aviator would be to live with his planes. Although this might not be true for everyone. However, if you’re looking for unique ideas when building a hangar, this is a feasible one. When building a hangar, you don’t have to be a millionaire it make it happen.
If you choose an affordable construction option, such as steel, you can incorporate a house or a living space into an aircraft hangar. Because steel buildings are so affordable and so flexible with design, it could be cost effective to add a home. You could even design it to meet the needs of your hangar and your life.
Idea #3: A Hangar with Some Extras
There are ways to add extras to your hangar to create space and make it special and functional.
If aviation is your business, you’ll need office space and space for repairs and tools and a workshop. You’ll also need storage for other equipment necessary to run your business.
If aviation is your passion and the hangar is for personal use, you can create additional space for equipment and accessories that go along with your plane and your collection. Whether it’s a kitchen area, an office, or a recreation room, if you choose a steel building, you can customize it to fit all of your needs—big or small, elaborate or simple. It’s up to you.
Are you an aviation devotee? Are you looking for ideas for your new facility? There are so many great ways to design and use the space in a steel building. You’re limited only by your imagination.
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