Customized Structures for Your State!
Minnesota was admitted into the United States as the 32nd state on May 11th, 1858. The name is derived from a Dakota Sioux Indian word that means “sky water”, which is referring to the local rivers and lakes. Known as the land of 10,000 lakes, outdoor water recreation, camping and fishing (both in summer and winter) form a large part of Minnesotan culture. It is geographically split between the farmlands and deciduous vegetation of the southern regions and the vast coniferous forests and lakes of the northern region. Minnesota’s capital is St. Paul, the nation’s biggest publisher of calendars and law books. Minnesota is home to the Vikings (football), Twins (baseball) and Timberwolves (basketball) professional sport organizations and the world famous Mayo Clinic in Rochester. It is considered to have a continental climate, with extremely cold winters. Known for its snowfall in the winter, Minnesota is characterized by below freezing temperatures and snow is the main form of participation. Annual snowfall ranges from 10-170 inches across the state and temperatures as low as negative sixty degrees have occurred in the winter. Snow damage to vehicles and outdoor equipment is common in Minnesota and has cost residents thousands of dollars. To protect your outdoor valuables from possible snow damage, 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 Minnesota! 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 “Gopher State.”
- 5.4 million residents.
- 21st most populated state.
- 86,943 square miles large.
- The city of Minneapolis is known as the trade center of the Midwest.
- Produces more than 75% of the nation’s iron ore.
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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 Minnesota
- St. Paul
- St. Cloud
- Maple Grove
- Coon Rapids
- Eden Prairie
- Brooklyn Park
- Apple Valley
- St. Louis Park
Featured Metal Buildings
During the long, cold Minnesota winter, it’s important to do what you can to maintain your car and protect it from the harsh seasonal elements. One of the best choices you can make is to protect your vehicle from all of the snow by using a metal carport as a cover. Since they have no walls, a metal carport is unobtrusive and makes it easy to access your car when rushing through the cold winter air.
For maximum protection, a steel garage is ideal. Made out of durable materials, a steel garage has the advantage of having walls. This offers additional storage space for materials that aren’t as secure or weather-resistant as vehicles. When the wind howls and snow is blowing all over, anything that you keep in your steel garage will be protected from the harsh and damaging elements.
One of the most useful forms of vehicle storage in the winter is a metal barn. Larger than a carport or garage, a metal barn has the advantages of both, plus room for even more storage. These structures have a central structure that can be either open or enclosed. On either side of the center building, there are open or closed structures for additional space and coverage. Customize your barn the way you see fit!