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Features & Options2018-08-30T11:11:30+00:00

Standard Building Features

Building Sizes & Roof Types

Regular Roof

  • 12’ to 30’ Wide
    Roof Panel Type: Horizontal
    Wall (Leg) Height: 6’ 7’ 8’ 9’ 10’ 11’ 12’ 13’ 14’
    Width: 12’ 18’ 20’ 22’ 24’
    Length: 21’ 26’ 31’ 36’ 41’ 46’ 51’

The regular roof’s rolled cornered design makes it both sturdy and cost effective. It contains horizontal roof and side panels and can include either horizontal or vertical panels on the front and rear. As the roof is composed of panels that run horizontally, rain water will drain to the back and front of this style roof.

  • Horizontally oriented roof panels

  • Gable end trim

  • Bend transition roof to leg

  • Galvanized steel frame

Vertical Roof

  • 32’ to 40’ Wide
    Roof Panel Type: Vertical
    Wall (Leg) Height: 8’ 9’ 10’ 11’ 12’ 13’ 14’
    Width: 32’ 34’ 36’ 38’ 40′
    Length: 21’ 26’ 31’ 36’ 41’ 46’ 51’

The vertical roof is the best choice for low maintenance and longevity. It features a boxed eave and vertically running panels, hence its name. This roof design helps reduce snow and water accumulation allowing it to drain easily toward the sides. We include a ridge cap which adds strength to the structure while also helping to distribute water evenly. Vertical roofing is best for structures over 36″ in length. Having no seams, leakage is prevented.

  • A-frame roof design

  • Ridge cap trim

  • Galvanized steel roof perlins

  • Welded pin transition roof to leg

  • Vertically oriented roof panels

  • Deep gable end trim

  • Deep eave side trim

  • Galvanized steel frame

Boxed Eave Roof

  • 12’ to 30’ Wide
    Roof Panel Type: Horizontal
    Wall (Leg) Height: 6‘ 7’ 8’ 9’ 10’ 11’ 12’ 13’ 14’
    Width: 12’ 18’ 20’ 22’ 24’
    Length: 21’ 26’ 31’ 36’ 41’ 46’ 51’

Boxed eave, or A-frame, roofs are popular since they often match the roof style of most homes. The boxed eave roof features trim on the ends and sides while the regular roof only has trim on the ends of the roof. Overhangs are featured on the ends and sides. The panels on the roof are oriented horizontally. The end result is a structure with a pleasing finish that will compliment your home.

  • A-frame roof design

  • Horizontally oriented roof panels

  • Gable end trim

  • Wielded pin transition roof to leg

  • Eave side trim

  • Galvanized steel frame

Structural Details

Steel Gauge

Our steel buildings are provided with 14 gauge galvanized steel box beam framing and 28 gauge steel sheeting so you can rest assured your structure will resist the elements and provide you with years of maintenance-free enjoyment. Upgrading to 12 gauge framing and 26 gauge sheeting is possible in some locations.

Anchoring

Standard anchors are provided for all of our steel buildings. Certified buildings utilize the applicable number and type of anchor needed to met or exceed the building code specifications.

Bracing

Wind forces including torsion, shear, lift and compression are constantly stressing metal buildings. To counteract this pressure, we will fit your steel building with metal bracing on all corners and at each end peak.

Building Colors

black
White
Barn Red
Burgundy
Earth brown
Evergreen
slate blue
Quaker Gray
Pewter Gray
Clay
Tan
Sandstone
Pebble Beige

Door & Window Options

Garage Doors

We offer roll-up style garage doors which are a great way to protect the items you store from bad weather and debris. They are provided in a number of sizes from 6′ x 6′ – 12′ x 12′. Custom sizes are also available.

Doors

We provide two sizes of doors – windowed or windowless with your choice of 32″ x 72″ or 36″ x 80″ sizes.

Windows

Windows can give your structure a more pleasing and complete look by having our 30″ x 30″ windows installed.

Anchor Types

Rebar Anchors

Rebar is often used to anchor and reinforce concrete or cement structures. All our structures come with 1/2″ x 32″ as a standard feature.

Concrete Wedge Anchors

Concrete wedge anchors are used for installing structures on concrete slabs. Concrete anchors are installed by drilling into already set concrete.

Mobile Home Anchors

If you require a certified building mobile home anchors are needed. Mobile home anchors are used to secure steel metal structures to dirt or soil foundations.

Additional Options

Wainscot

Enhance the visual appeal of your steel building. Create a custom look or use coordinating colors to match your home.

Insulation

Installing insulation for your steel building has numerous benefits:
– Protects the inside, and the valuables you have stored within it, from extremes of heat and cold.
– Reduces heat-flow saving costs on cooling and heating
– Reduces condensation thereby preventing mold, mildew, and corrosion
– Acting as soundproofing to noises outside and inside

Certified Buildings

Do I Require a Certified Building?

When building a steel structure you will need to discover whether you require it to be certified or not. Local building regulations may require a permit which means that your building will have to be certified. Should you have any unanswered questions after reading this page please contact us so that one of our specialists may assist you.

What is a Certified Building?

Certified buildings are those that have blueprints which are approved by an engineer. You will require their stamp of approval if you must obtain a building permit. Should you decide not to comply with certification requirements, code enforcement officials may come knocking on your door informing you that the building must be demolished. Certified buildings are further enforced with more braces and utilize mobile home (auger) anchors for ground installation which are stronger than standard pin anchors used in uncertified buildings.

Should I Get a Certified Building Even If I’m Not Required To?

Even if you are not required to obtain permits in your area, there are many reasons why you should choose an upgrade to Certified. Not only is a Certified building designed to meet local codes, but Certified also relates to the weather that the structure can withstand. High winds, heavy snow, and extreme conditions are all taken into account with the engineering of your structure. The certification makes for a much stronger, safer and more durable structure not to mention peace of mind.

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Phone: 1.888.456.7890

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