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Building Construction Styles & Options
Metal Barn and Building Roof Styles
There are various building styles available through the multiple construction styles we offer, each with three roofing options. We build carports, garages, barns, patio covers, covered docks systems, warehouses, horse barns, livestock facilities, RV shelters and more. The basic carport, garage, and barn foundations are very customizable to meet residential needs and commercial requirements. Remember, The frame of your steel building will always be one foot shorter than the length of the roof you choose. Make sure when ordering your structure that you consider this.
The A-Frame style roof features horizontal panels that run from front-to-back and a boxed-eave trim covering the interior eave-side of the truss for a finished look. This roof style gives your metal barn sharper angles and roof line similar to most homes.
A-Frame or Boxed-Eave Roof
The A-Frame style roof features horizontal panels that run from front-to-back and a boxed-eave trim covering the interior eave-side of the truss for a finished look. This roof style gives your metal barn sharper angles and a roof line similar to most homes.
While similar to the A-Frame style roof, the vertical roof is our premium offering and includes additional framing for added strength and durability. The roof panels are vertically oriented making this the best roof option. It allows heavy snow, water, leaves, and other debris may easily escape from the roof of your building. We recommend this roof for all buildings over 36’ long, and for areas with excessive snow load requirements.
Building Styles & Options
Single structures most often without siding that span 10′ – 30′ wide, and 14′ tall. These are great for anything you want to help protect from the weather, from cars and equipment to boats and RV’s and campers. Elephant Structures carports are the best in the industry at an affordable price complete with free installation and delivery.
Looking for the perfect addition to your home? Look no further. With a fully enclosed garage building from Elephant Structures, you’re sure to find the space you need, protection you want, and the style and color needed to match existing home or buildings on your property. Pick and choose from many doors, windows, and garage door options to meet your needs.
Need space, divided rooms, stalls, or large storage? Metal barns are a great choice. Our metal buildings are ready for any home, farm, or commercial facility. Enclose select walls for various carport and garage storage areas, and divide these interior spaces into rooms or stalls. What makes a barn? It’s simple, take a complete center carport or garage and attach a lean-to to either side.
Whether you’re in need of a car repair shop, commercial or hobbyist workshop, warehouse storage for a large facility, or even a structure to house a retail operation, we can build to your specifications. Our steel buildings are engineered to meet all local building codes with certification. If severe weather strikes, protect your product and equipment. As your customers keep calling, build the extra space you need to meet the increasing demand.
*Larger width sizes and taller height custom structures are available upon request.
What side height should I order for my building?
When considering the size of your building, it is important to consider the leg height. The leg height is the lowest point where the roof meets the sides of your structure. If you need a specific clearance for your RV, car, boat, or anything else you store under the carport, garage, or barn, please verify that requirement before ordering. As an example, if you order a 12′ wide structure with 5′ side wall leg heights, the center clearance will be 7’3″ and the peak height will be 7’9″ (adding side leg height and peak height as the above illustration shows. The peak height of your building is not the interior clearance for a vehicle; it is simply the highest point of the structure. The clearance for your vehicle is typically the height of the side legs, or framed door openings pending the configuration of your building.Share: