A-FRAME ROOF BARNS-PROTECT YOUR VEHICLES

THE BOSS Has the A-Frame Roof Barn You Need!THE BOSS Has the A-Frame Roof Barn You Need!

THE BOSS Has the A-Frame Roof Barn You Need!

Wish you had a more reliable way to protect your horses, livestock, farm vehicles, or agricultural equipment? Like the idea of a steel barn, but don’t really like the curved look of a regular roof? Then come see THE BOSS and check out our selection of A-frame roof barns!

Also known as boxed-eave barns, this rugged A-frame style is a popular choice for homes, farms, and businesses alike. A-frame barns work well as protected storage facilities, but they come in handy in other ways, too. Keep reading to learn more of the possibilities!

What is an A-Frame Roof Barn, Anyway?

The A-frame metal barn or boxed-eave barn is made with one of the stronger available roof designs. This style is preferred by those who want their new metal barn to better match the look of their house. Like a regular roof, the A-frame roof paneling runs horizontally. An A-frame roof is a sturdy option that’s also a little cheaper than a premium vertical roof.

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Design Your Perfect A-Frame Steel Barn

Some people assume that all A-frame steel barns are the same, but you know where assuming gets you! With THE BOSS, you can customize your A-frame barn in several ways. Choose your own building measurements, steel gauges, door & window options, colors, and so much more!

Size & Style

What animals, equipment, or supplies do you need to protect and house? We can provide A-frame steel barns to accommodate a number of items, including up to three passenger vehicles. You decide the width, length, and height of barn that works best for your needs. Got some special design considerations? We can help with that, too!

Choose Your Gauges

14-gauge is a typical standard for steel barns, but you may want to consider a thicker 12-gauge for an even sturdier building. The gauge you choose for your metal roofing and side paneling is for you to decide, as well.

Door & Window Options

A steel barn isn’t much good if you don’t have easy access to it! We offer garage-style doors and other doors in different sizes and varieties, and you decide where you want to place them on your barn building. What about letting in some natural light and ventilation? You can add windows to your barn, as well.

Roof Style Options, Too

You’re not just tied to going with an A-frame style roof for your barn. Looking for an even more economical option with a rounded look? Consider a regular roof. Need a barn with additional reinforcement and the functional benefits of vertical metal paneling? Go with our premium vertical roof option.

Colors & More Colors

Your A-frame roof barn can be so much more than boring. What color or colors would you like to choose for your roof, side paneling, and trim? We have many popular color choices for you, and you can mix, match, or two-tone your colors, too..

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You Can Do More With an A-Frame Barn

An A-frame steel barn is much more versatile than “traditional” wood barns. Obviously they’re good for stabling horses or storing hay, but there are so many other ways you can use one of these sturdy steel barns:

Horse barn or stable

Indeed, these barns make excellent spaces for keeping horses, tack, and other supplies.

Hay barn

Great for keeping your hay, grains, feed, and seed dry, protected, and secure.

Shelter for tractors or other farm equipment

An A-frame barn can be designed large enough to accommodate a tractor, combine, or other farm equipment.

Garage & Multipurpose Storage

Don’t just house your farm equipment; you can also protect your personal vehicles too! Also great for RVs, boats, or other large vehicles. Need some outdoor storage space for stuff that no longer fits in your house? An A-frame barn can offer you the space you need!

We Are Happy to Offer Certified Barn Options

What’s a certified barn, you may ask? Steel buildings are already stronger and more durable than wooden buildings or other similar structures by nature. Steel is just stonger than other building materials! A steel barn that’s been certified means that it is professionally engineered to meet or exceed local building codes and requirements regarding specified wind and snow loads.

Do you need your barn to be certified? Honestly, that really depends on how you plan to use your barn, as well as what your local building codes and regulations may require. Even if a certified barn isn’t legally required in your location, we still encourage all of our customers to consider choosing certification. Certified buildings are just designed and constructed to be a little more rugged, so they also offer greater peace of mind.

A-Frame Barns in Different Sizes, at the Right Price

THE BOSS can help you design the A-frame barn you need, and then get it engineered it to meet your exact specifications. A 42’x21’ three-section A-frame barn is a great starting point for accommodating horses, livestock or other items. It includes an 18’-wide center building, with 12’-wide lean-to sections on either side. We can go wider or longer with your building, too. And if you need to go even bigger, we can offer you one of our larger vertical roof barn options. We’ll got you covered at Boss Buildings!

It’s great to get the barn you need, but it’s even nicer when you can get it cheaper! That’s what THE BOSS does for you! How? We work directly with the manufacturers themselves, so we’re able to sell for less. Your individual price will depend on a few deciding factors, including your barn’s size, the customization options you select, and the specific location where your barn will be installed. And here’s one more way we save you money, time, and effort – we deliver and install across our service area at NO additional charge, AND we can install on almost any foundation surface! If you have specific pricing questions about your custom A-frame barn, just reach out; we’ll be glad to listen, and then take care of your needs!

Lead Times and Delivery & Installation Service Areas

BOSS BUILDINGS is headquartered in western NC, but we serve 15 states up and down the East Coast, including Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, and Florida. We also maintain short lead times, and we INCLUDE delivery & installation of your metal barn, as long as you’re within our service area. Let THE BOSS take care of all the details, so you can start enjoying your new steel barn even sooner!

Choose THE BOSS for Your Best A-Frame Barn

Why choose THE BOSS? Because our metal barns are better, we’ve got better prices, and we provide your building faster! Our mission at Boss Buildings is simple and clear: we’re here to get you the quality metal barn, building, or other structure you need, period. And thanks to our preferred manufacturer relationships, we can get you your building with a shorter lead time, too. Reach out to us, and let THE BOSS help you get the A-frame barn you need!

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We Offer More Than Just A-Frame Barns

THE BOSS is here to provide a full selection of metal buildings and steel structures, including metal barns in several roof styles. We’ve got what you need!

Regular Roof Barns

Regular roof barns have a popular traditional, rounded look, and they feature horizontal roof paneling. Regular roofs are an economical choice, and they offer reliable protection from sun and rain.

Vertical Roof Barns

Our premier option is the vertical roof barn. It comes built on an A-frame, and also includes additional reinforcements. The vertical roof panels direct your rain, snow, and debris away with ease.

Continuous Roof Barns

Continuous roof barns are also built on sturdy A-frames, offering seamless protection. Also known as Seneca barns, these structures serve well for a number of farm and agricultural applications.

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