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Customized Structures for Your State!
Michigan became the 26th state in the United States of America on January 26th, 1837. Michigan is naturally divided by the Upper Peninsula, a band of largely wooded land jutting out from Northern Wisconsin, and the Lower Peninsula, a mitten-shaped piece of land between the Great Lakes of Michigan and Huron. The origin of the name Michigan comes from an Algonquian Chippewa Indian word “meicigama” that means “big sea water”. Michigan is known for being surrounded by the Great Lakes (hence the name “big sea water”) which covers over 38,575 square miles. Michigan has the longest freshwater shoreline in the world with more than 11,000 inland lakes and 36,000 miles of streams. It is considered to have a continental climate with extremely cold winters and mild-hot summers. In the winter, temperatures can reach below freezing often with heavy snowfall. The state produces few thunderstorms and tornadoes annually, but sometimes they are severe. The heavy snowfall and freezing temperatures can cause damage to outdoor materials and valuables. To protect your vehicles and outdoor valuables from Michigan’s freezing temperatures, snowfall, destructive winds and possible storms, 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 Michigan! 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 “Wolverine State”
- 9.8 million residents
- 9th most populated state
- 96,810 square miles large
- Michigan ranks first in state boat registrations
- Michigan was the first state to guarantee every child the right to tax-paid high school education
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 Michigan
- Grand Rapids
- Sterling Heights
- Ann Arbor
- Farmington Hills
- Rochester Hills
- West Bloomfield
- St. Clair Shores
- Dearborn Heights
- Royal Oak
- Battle Creek
- East Lansing
Featured Metal Buildings
Every Michigan homeowner needs an outdoor space, such as a carport, to help with a variety of home ownership needs. This space is often used to shelter a vehicle, store tools, used as a workspace, or to store objects that no longer fit comfortably inside the home. Michigan has very harsh winters; new car owners will want to provide some type of shelter for their new vehicles. A carport is a quick, inexpensive way to get shelter for your vehicle. Carports can be built to order, guaranteeing your vehicle will fit comfortably in the structure.
Metal garages go up with slightly more effort than a steel carport, but both are easy to complete. Have the building constructed by our technicians or choose the do-it-yourself option. The metal garage is also an excellent location for outdoor workshops and storage areas. Add a garage door operated by remote and have the convenience experienced by homeowners with built-in garages.
It’s possible you’re in need of a larger structure. Something like a steel barn would fit your needs better, if that’s the case. Barn structures are more complex in that they have a centered support structure and lean-to structures on the sides. This completes the barn and allows for each individual structure to serve varying purposes more easily. Metal barns have been favored by farmers for decades, and are becoming popular in suburban communities in recent years. Now everyone can benefit from their useful, yet simple construction.