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Protecting The Country's Top Agricultural Production With Washington Steel Buildings

The beautiful state of Washington lies in the 49th parallel of the United States, making it the most Northwest Territory in the Union. Officially joining The Union in 1889 as the 42nd state, it claimed its name from the highly revered first president, George Washington.

Although Washington is the 13th most populous state in the country, sixty percent of its residents live in the Seattle Metropolitan area, contributing to its rating of second most populous state on the West Coast, behind California. Its western border lines the Pacific Ocean, allowing it to claim extensive trade and transportation through the Puget Sound, which is an inlet from the Pacific that supplies the state with islands, bays and fjords that were carved by glaciers. The Puget Sound is served by the largest ferry fleet in the entire United States.

Washington’s geological make-up spans from deep, lush rain forests to mountainous ranges, including the ever-popular Mt. St. Helens and Mt. Rainier, both of which are considered active volcanoes. Their state parks deliver exciting tourism numbers each year, while allowing innumerable professionals to call it home with four of the top twenty most admired companies, as named by Forbes Magazine, basing their headquarters there, including, Microsoft, Costco and Starbucks.

The weather in Washington runs the gamut, with the chill and glacial ice in the mountainous areas, and wet, humid conditions in the rain forests, but it mostly falls within the marine west coast climate, which creates mild temperatures. Winter, Spring and Fall are all wet, with summer being the driest of the four seasons. The average temperatures in Washington range from 51 degrees inland, and 40 degrees on the coast. For this reason, residents rely on Washington car ports to keep their vehicles out of harm’s way, delivering protection from the incessant rainy months, while providing coverage from high winds.

The changing but consistent weather patterns give Washington the ability to claim the title of leading agricultural state. It ranks first in the nation in production of red raspberries, wrinkled seed peas, hops, spearmint, apples, sweet cherries, pears, concord and Niagara grapes. It comes a close second in the production of lentils, fall potatoes, apricots, asparagus, sweet corn, and green beans. What is more is the state produces a significant amount of prunes, plums, barley, cranberries, strawberries, wheat and trout. Washington also ranks second, only behind California, in wine production, touting 600 wineries statewide, which is a perfect accommodation for constructing Washington Steel Buildings for storage purposes. Other uses of Washington metal buildings include:

• Car, Truck & RV Protection
• Farm Equipment & Tool Storage
• Boat & Fishing Supply Storage
• Designated Fish & Game Cleaning Area
• Agricultural Harvest Storage
• Lawn & Garden Supply Storage
• Water & Snow Ski Equipment Storage
• Safe Storage for Hiking & Camping Gear

Washington’s weather creates obstacles in keeping their lush agricultural life from falling victim to the elements, but with the help of Washington steel buildings, farmers and residents alike are able to protect their livelihoods effortlessly, while maintaining efficient storage space. See our Metal Building promotions for Washington

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