- No products in the cart.
Customized Structures for Your State!
Massachusetts was admitted into the United States on February 6, 1788 as the 6th official state. The name “Massachusetts” comes from an Algonquian Indian word that means, “A big hill place.” Also the 6th smallest states in the United States, Massachusetts’ rich history began with the iconic landing on Plymouth Rock. Shortly after, Massachusetts quickly developed into one of the most important colonies in America. The state capital is Boston, which is considered one of the world’s leading port cities. Massachusetts is home to Harvard University, America’s first college, the Basketball Hall of Fame and the birthplace of 4 former presidents (John Adams, John Quincy Adams, JFK and George H. W. Bush). The climate of the state is considered to be a humid continental climate with warm summers and cold, snowy winters. Known for extremes in the winter, the state is prone to severe snow storms and below freezing temperatures. The areas further inland are much colder than areas near the coast. Severe snow storms and freezing temperatures can damage vehicles and outdoor valuables if not properly stored. To protect your outdoor valuables from harm, check out our selection of customizable metal buildings which feature garages, carports, and barns.
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 Massachusetts! 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!
- Known as the “Bay” State
- 6.6 million residents
- 14th most populated state
- 10,555 square miles large
- The first basketball game was played in Springfield in 1891.
- The American Industrial Revolution began in Lowell. Lowell was America’s first planned industrial city.
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!
Major Cities of Massachusetts
- Fall River
- New Bedford
Featured Metal Buildings
One of the simplest structures to store cars, bicycles, and other items is a carport. Because of their simple design, carports are easy to install and provide an adequate covering against most weather conditions. For homeowners who feel comfortable being able to see their belongings and having quick access to their vehicles without the extreme temperatures of winter or summer affecting their steering wheels, paint jobs, tires, and other car functions, carports are a great answer.
Because of the rich history and important artifacts that have been discovered throughout Massachusetts battlefields and old homes, metal buildings are often used to store antiques and other collectibles. They can typically be constructed in less than one day and are sturdy enough to withstand wind, rain, hail, and other nasty weather elements. Metal buildings are the preferred structures for tool benches and work stations of the crafty men and women that make Massachusetts the star of New England.
A storage barn has perhaps the same general capacity as a regular metal building but has more flexibility and can be used to house farm animals such as horses, cows, goats, and lambs. Homeowners with a storage barn can easily store grain and hay to last through the long winters and help keep pets and livestock healthy, well fed, and protected.