Custom Design Your Own Loafing Shed
One of the qualities that set metal buildings apart from the competition is their sheer customizability. Almost every part of your structure can be changed, reinforced, or customized. In fact, there are so many options available that we put a few of them together into a list.
Finding the right size metal building has never been easier! We offer a wide selection of custom buildings and can build structures to any footprint and in any style. The only limits here are your budget and your imagination!
Each horse loafing shed will come with a choice in roofing style. These roofing types are designed to work well in specific climates. They include:
A regular roof features rounded corners and horizontally placed paneling. This modern look is great for climates with minimal wind and rain.
An A-frame roof has overhanging awnings, a sharp roof peak, and horizontal paneling, making it a great mid-level option that’s designed to handle high winds but minimal rainfall.
Our premium option, vertical roofs, feature vertically arranged panels that allow debris to fall harmlessly away from your structure, keeping it clean and minimizing the need for maintenance.
Your metal building doesn’t have to be a dull, colorless affair. With a building from Boss Buildings, you’ll be able to choose between a vast array of colors to suit any aesthetic or palette! And if you’re looking for a great color combination, you can change the shades of your trim, roofing, and even doors!
Doors and Windows
If you’re looking to add additional entryways or simply want to let in some natural light, we have a great assortment of doors and windows!
The anchor system our installation crews use will depend on your chosen foundation. For soil or gravel foundations, auger-like anchors are screwed into the ground to secure your structure. For asphalt, installation crews will likely use spiked stake anchors. And concrete slabs will require specialized bolts that are drilled directly into the pad.
As the industry standard, most residential structures will be built using 14-gauge framing and 29-gauge paneling. However, for heavy-duty use and regions with violent weather patterns, you may want to upgrade to our reinforced 12-gauge frames and 26-gauge panels.
The certification process is a standardized system that ensures a structure is capable of withstanding the wind, snow, and seismic forces in a particular area. Local building authorities often require certification if you hope to secure a building permit for your structure.