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Building Services

River Service Company provides a wide range of construction services for agricultural, commercial, suburban and equestrian buyers.

Need a simple garage or a turn-key commercial building? River Service can provide anything from just the structure and shell to arranging for all aspects of the project including: 

  • Excavation
  • Concrete
  • Electrical
  • Plumbing
  • Floor coverings
  • HVAC
  • Interior drywall, finishing and trim

Through their relationship with Wick Buildings, River Service can provide complete design-build services for large and complex projects.

Keeping rust away

Galvanizing on the steel roof and sidewall panels is your first defense against rust and keeps your building attractive for long time. And the more galvanizing on your steel panels, the better!

Steel companies refer to the amount of galvanizing on steel by “G” level. The most common types used in non-coastal areas (no exposure to ocean/salt water) are G-40, G-60 and G-90. The number after the G is a relative amount of galvanizing applied to the steel. For example, G-90 steel would have twice the amount of galvanizing as G-45 steel. Some builders offer options, with G-60 being their standard for exterior steel and G-90 as an upgrade.

Keep in mind that G-90 has 50% more galvanizing than G-60 steel, and thus 50% more corrosion protection. Wick uses only G-90 for all exterior steel panels, and G-40 is used on interior liner panels.

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Durable Steel and Paint

Full-hard steel, 82,000 PSI hardness or better. Twice as impact resistant as 30,000 PSI commercial-grade steel. You'll appreciate that when hail falls on the roof or the mower throws stones at the wall - less dents.

Exterior steel is G-90 galvanized. Compared to G-60 you'll get 50% more corrosion protection, so your Wick building will look great longer.

Akzo Nobel Ceram-a-Star 1050 paint. Warranted not to chip or crack for 40 years. Highly reflective for energy efficiency, which keeps your building much cooler on those hot summer days.