There are many factors that go in to choosing the type of church to build, and then relaying that information to the builders of church buildings. There are both advantages and disadvantages to building in various materials. Constructing wood, brick or metal church buildings is dependent on budget, preference and your needs for the building. Instead of looking at what everyone else is doing, evaluate first what your building needs to do for you and as you start narrowing your plans down, then you may want to start taking a look at those who have built similar buildings.
If it is in your budget to use wood, your choices in church design may not be as limited as with constructing metal church buildings. Wood has often been the material of choice for building and it lends a traditional feel. If it is a small church building, plans for a larger building or an addition, wood provides the opportunity for more customization.
At Warder Group, the construction of your building is of the utmost importance to us. Whatever the scope of the project, we are determined to provide the best service and offer our years of expertise at your disposal. Our portfolio gives an extensive idea of the breadth of our projects and may offer ideas to help you with your building planning. We've had the challenge of building very involved houses of worship that include special use rooms such as bowling alleys and state-of-the art kitchens and we've had the pleasure of working with teams dealing with small church building plans. Whatever the depth, however big or small, intricate or classic, we look forward to working with you and your building team to see your vision come to life.