Areas We Serve in Minnesota

We provide B Deck and Form Deck in Minnesota. If your city isn’t listed, we can still help you. Contact us for more details.

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Customer Reviews

Our team is dedicated to provide on time deliveries every time. Your project deadlines are as important to us as they are to you.

  • Awesome people, easy to order, fast delivery.

    Awesome people, easy to order, fast delivery. I had no issues with these guys. Thanks!

  • Exactly as specified

    The material arrived when they said it would and exactly as specified. I also enjoyed the simplicity of the website.

  • Super fast service

    Great product, super fast service, highly recommended.

B Deck Floor on Large Mezzanine

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some of the top questions about metal decking material and ordering from Structural Deck.

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  • How is B Deck made?

    A coil of steel is loaded and fed into our roll former line, which then gradually along the process transforms the coil from a flat sheet to an engineered profile.

    At the end of the line, our machine has a shear which then cuts the piece to your custom length, all within a few seconds.

  • What does a square of decking mean?

    A “square” of decking refers to 100 square ft of any type of decking.

  • Can I store my metal decking outside?

    It is recommended that all metal decking be shipped to the job site under a tarp and then stored out of the elements to avoid corrosion or surface rust.

    This is especially important with White Bottom decking as surface rust from moisture shows up very quickly if left outside. We recommend that all decking be stored off the ground with one end elevated.

  • In what applications should I choose white bottom over galvanized?

    Our White Bottom decking is painted with a brilliant reflective paint similar to the coating on a light fixture. This is recommended when you want the bottom or underside of your structure to have maximum brightness for a work space.

    Galvanized decking is generally less cost per square foot but gives the same rated capacity. This can be used for general construction when the decking is covered by a ceiling or the end user is not concerned about brightness.

    Galvanized is also recommended for form deck applications as the concrete being formed has moisture and wants to cause premature rust on the decking.

  • What type of Roof Deck do you offer?

    We offer 1-1/2″ B-Decking in either 20 or 22 gauge which is commonly used for commercial roofing applications spanning across purlins, joists, or other support members.