A steel barn is designed to protect your vehicles, boats, campers, side-by-sides and farm equipment from heavy rain, sunlight, and all other harsh weather conditions. Enclosed or Open Barns will give you feasibility to use them as and when you want, you can store multiple things with an assurance of them being safe.
Steel barns are reliable due to their steel components, steel is cost-effective and a more reliable alternative to wood which makes them long-lasting. Wooden barns take time to get built, where pre-engineered steel utility buildings can be quickly/efficiently and installed near your house for easy access/use. As an added benefit, steel structures are not subject to rot or termites, as is a wood structure. The wind-load rating for steel structures are much higher than a wood post structure, which provides another added benefit when living in an area subject to hurricanes and high winds.
Unlike a carport, steel barns offer safety and security to your possessions, all while offering different uses in other sections of the building. We offer steel barns in a wide range of sizes, designs, colors, and two different roof styles,
- Boxed Eave Style: (Most Economical Option) Features an A-Frame Design, which can in many situations replicate the look of your home. The roof panels on the Boxed Eave Style are installed horizontally, which means the panel’s ridges run from front to back or end to end. The Boxed Eave Style is more cost-effective since it does not have the ridge cap or hat channel which are included in the Vertical Style Roof. In addition, the roof bow/truss has a welded transition via a steel pin into the leg post. To finish off the Boxed Eave Style’s appearance, we install Boxed Eave trim underneath the eaves sides of the roof bow/truss.
- Vertical Roof Style: (Best Preferred Option) Features an A-Frame Design with the panels installed vertically. The great thing about the Vertical Roof Style design is that the roofing panels are installed Vertically from the ridge cap down, which allows rain, snow, ice, dirt, and debris to slide off the unit with ease. Steel Panels on homes and business applications are always oriented this way. Like with the Boxed Eave Roof Style, the roof bow/truss has a welded transition via a steel pin on to the legs of the unit. A Vertical Style Unit also has Vertical Roof trim on the side and trim on each to provide a finished appearance as well as a hat channel to support the vertical panels, and it adds rigidity to the structure.
All models are customizable to meet the customers’ needs. Please contact us for size and customizing options.