One of the biggest challenges any business faces are having flexibility. Flexibility is crucial if you want to stay in business. It’s too easy to think of a business when times are good. It’s too easy to consider business when contracts are crossing on the desk all the time and you have so many different lucrative business opportunities coming your way. The problem is, for every one good year your business has, chances are if you are like most other typical American businesses, you have many other negative or neutral business years. In many cases, you’re just barely breaking even paying yourself a salary. That’s the reality of business today. This is why you need flexibility when it comes to your business plan. You need an asset that can allow you to maneuver with the times. Unfortunately, if your business involves owning traditional buildings, then you might be putting yourself in an inflexible situation. Why? You have to pay those mortgages. You have to pay those long-term debt obligations that made your building possible. This is like a ball and chain that can be with you for many years. Thankfully, there’s a different type of building that can give you a lot of flexibility. What kind of building is this? Steel structures.