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4 Reasons Why a Metal Structure Makes Sense in Nashville

4 Reasons Why a Metal Structure Makes Sense in Nashville

In search of some extra space on your Nashville property? Are garages perfect for band rehearsals to man caves and she sheds made to act as your escape from the hustle and bustle? Millennium Buildings is proud to offer a variety of metal structures for all of your...

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How Buildings Can Protect Your Equipment in the Cold

How Buildings Can Protect Your Equipment in the Cold

As we head into the 2019-2020 winter season, it’s important for homeowners across the United States to understand the toll that cold weather can have on cars, boats, lawn equipment, and outdoor gear. Leaving these belongings exposed to winter elements during the cold...

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7 Scary Building Mistakes to Watch Out For

7 Scary Building Mistakes to Watch Out For

Looking to add a new structure to your property soon? Whether you’re building a carport, garage, shed, boat cover, or more, there are numerous things to consider during the building process. To make sure this process goes as smoothly as possible, check out...

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How to Prepare Your Property for Building Installation

How to Prepare Your Property for Building Installation

So, you’ve decided that you’re ready to have a new structure built on your property. You have a plot of land picked out and your ideal design in mind, but are you truly ready? Whether you’ve settled on a barn, carport, garage, patio, she shed, etc. there is a...

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Fireworks and Building Safety

Fireworks and Building Safety

The Fourth of July is celebrated with cookouts, pool parties, hot dog eating contests, and most famously: fireworks. Whether you are watching a spectacular show at the ballpark or enjoying a $20 firework kit from your local retail store, there are certain safety...

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Prepping Your Carport for Tornado and Hurricane Season

Prepping Your Carport for Tornado and Hurricane Season

When it comes to anticipating the hazardous damage that hurricanes and tornadoes can often cause to a home and property, it is never a bad thing to be over-prepared. For example, hurricanes are capable of producing winds as high as 150 mph, while tornadoes...

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