Customized Structures for Your State!
During the Civil War, a vast majority of residents from the western Virginian region voted to stay a part of the Union, so they seceded from Virginia, and became a state which was admitted to the Union on June 20, 1863. It is the only state to form after breaking away from a Confederate state, and became a key Civil War border state in the process. West Virginia is nestled within the Appalachian Mountain Range, and is therefore mostly mountainous with natural formations and large, beautiful rivers. It is known for its wide array of outdoor recreational activities which include skiing, fishing, whitewater rafting, hiking, mountain biking, backpacking, and hunting, making West Virginia a popular tourist location for lovers of the outdoors. West Virginian’s experience a humid subtropical to continental climate with hot and humid summers and cold winters (which may increase with elevation). Although the state usually does not experience tornadoes or thunder storms, ice, hail, and snow storms occur annually. Protection against these elements is necessary to avoid damage to vehicles and equipment. Our sturdy metal carports, garages, and barns can be certified to protect your valuables!
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 West Virginia! 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!
West Virginia Statistics
- 1.8 million residents
- 38th most populated state
- 24,230 square miles large
- Only state that is entirely within the area served by the Appalachian Regional Commission
- Only state to be formed after breaking away from a Confederate state
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 West Virginia
- Barboursville village
- Charles Town
- New Martinsville
- Oak Hill
- Pleasant Valley
- Point Pleasant
- Ranson corporation
- South Charleston
- St. Albans
- Summersville town
Featured Metal Buildings
Prefab carports provide one of the easiest and most affordable ways to add a metal building to your property. This is a structure that can come in an assortment of sizes, styles, and colors. You will prepare for the arrival and construction of this building by choosing a location for this carport that is level. You may also need to get permission from a homeowners association and pull permits from the city. You can choose to have a prefab carport delivered to your home that you construct yourself, or you may choose to have an experienced professional build your prefab carport for you for no extra charge.
Pre-engineered garages are another great building option that can be added to a property. This is a fully enclosed space where you can park a car or store valuable equipment. Pre-engineered garages are fully metal with many dimensions available. This can be a great alternative to a wooden structure, and will take less time to complete. A pre-engineered garage will be resistant to pests, fires, and storms, which would otherwise ruin a wood structure.
When choosing a metal barn for your property, several options are available. A County Barn will be the standard barn that you are likely used to seeing. This is a regular style roof and provides a covered space for livestock and even horses. A Ridgeline Barn is one that has an A-line roof option. A Valley Barn, or Seneca Barn, is a larger building. This style building has one of the lowest cost per square foot of storage, all things being equal. A metal barn is a space that can be used for many purposes including manufacturing and storage on the property.