Connecticut Metal Barns

Customized Structures for Your State!

On January 9th, 1788, Connecticut was the fifth state admitted to the Union. As one of the original thirteen colonies, and the fifth state, Connecticut played an influential role in the creation of the United States’ federal government. Connecticut is the third smallest state in the country, and the 29th most populated, which when combined, make Connecticut the fourth most densely populated. It is the southernmost state in the northeastern region known as New England, and six of the state’s seven largest cities reside in the New York Metropolitan Area. A majority of Connecticut has a humid continental climate indicated by the extreme seasons, specifically hot summers and cold, snowy winters. Tropical cyclones, powerful summer thunderstorms, and tornadoes affect the area annually. Protecting your vehicles, equipment, and valuables from the high winds and heavy snows of Connecticut is important in order to avoid damage and costly repairs. Check out our rugged line of steel garages, carports, and barns for protection from the elements!

About Elephant Structures

At Elephant Structures, our company prides itself in providing customers with everyday low pricing that is affordable, and a quality product that will provide you years of durable service to your farm or other storage needs! We service 48 states, including Connecticut! Your satisfaction is our ultimate goal, so please tell us how we can improve the experience for you! Thank you for considering Elephant Structures for your next steel barn!

Connecticut Statistics

  • 3.6 million residents
  • 29th most populated state
  • 5,543 square miles in size
  • 4th most densely populated in the US
  • Known as the Constitution State, Nutmeg State, and “The Land of Steady Habits”

Have Questions? Want Prices? Need More Info?

The process of designing, purchasing, delivering, and installing your metal structure can be kind of tricky! However, we do our best to make this process simple and fun. If you have any questions, check out our FAQ page, or call us at (855) 227-7678. One of our friendly, professional team members would love to walk you through anything you’re confused about! If you need pricing info, head over to the custom quote form, and you’ll hear back from us ASAP. Still not satisfied? We’ve got some more contact and company information on our about us page. We love our customers, and want to do right by you! If you need anything, just let us know, and we’ll do our best to help! It’s the Elephant way!


Connecticut State Capitol

Connecticut State Capitol

Major Cities of Connecticut

  • Ansonia
  • Bridgeport
  • Bristol
  • Danbury
  • Derby
  • Groton
  • Hartford
  • Meriden
  • Middletown
  • Milford
  • New Britain
  • New Haven
  • New London
  • Norwalk
  • Norwich
  • Shelton
  • Stamford
  • Torrington
  • Waterbury
  • West Haven
  • Winsted

Featured Metal Buildings

elephant structures metal carport

Click here to get more information on our line of customizable metal carports! Our standard carports have 14 gauge galvanized steel frames and may be upgraded to 12 gauge with a 20-year rust through warranty. Our rugged metal structures can help to protect your valuables from the Connecticut weather.

elephant structures metal garage

Click here to get more information on our line of customizable metal garages! Our standard garages start at 12′ wide and may be ordered, online, up to 30′ wide. We also have wider widths available; however, you will need to call for a quote. Metal garages provide the best protective qualities with their powerful galvanized steel walls.

elephant structures metal barn

Click here to customize and to get real-time pricing on a metal barn. We have three styles available including our County Horse Barn, our Carolina Ridgeline Barn, and our Seneca Valley Barn. Metal barns are the ultimate customizable structures since you can design the center building and the lean-tos specifically for your needs.

or Call us toll-free at (855) 227-7678!

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Connecticut State Capitol by Jim Bowen