VERTICAL ROOF BARNS-PROTECT YOUR VEHICLES

THE BOSS Has the Vertical Roof Barn You Need!THE BOSS Has the Vertical Roof Barn You Need!

THE BOSS Has the Vertical Roof Barn You Need!

Looking for the very BEST way to keep all your horses, livestock, farm vehicles, and agricultural equipment safe, secure, and protected? Steel barns are good, but vertical roof steel barns are even better! Come see THE BOSS and check out our great selection of vertical roof barns!

Vertical barns are really your best solution for housing animals, covering multiple vehicles or equipment, and are the best design for buildings of larger dimensions. With a vertical steel barn you can go as wide as 70’, and you can customize the length and height however you need. Read on to learn more!

What is a Vertical Roof Barn, Anyway?

If you’ve been shopping for metal barns, you probably know that they usually come in three roof options – regular, A-frame (or boxed eave), and vertical. What’s unique about vertical? Like the boxed eave barn, a vertical barn is built on an A-frame template. The notable exterior difference is that the roof panels are oriented vertically, instead of horizontally. The vertical paneling directs away rain, snow, and debris with ease.

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What Makes a Vertical Metal Barn Better?

For shedding various precipitation and debris off of your roof, nothing beats the vertical paneling orientation of a vertical metal barn. Rain, snow, sleet, and everything else just slides off your roof easier! But there are more advantages with a vertical barn, too. Because it’s constructed on a rugged A-frame and then reinforced with added bracing and reinforcement, the vertical roof is truly the sturdiest available metal roof design. Nothing beats the performance, resilience, and flexibility of design and usage that comes with a premium vertical barn. THE BOSS is pleased to offer vertical steel structures in a number of popular applications, including carports, garages, barns, utility buildings, workshops, and more!

Design Your Perfect Vertical Steel Barn

You can purchase steel barns from a number of providers, but not all steel barns are made the same. With THE BOSS, you can customize your vertical barn pretty much any way you want. You have full freedom to decide your building dimenions, steel gauges, door & window options, certification colors, and more!

Size & Style

How many animals, equipment items, or supply items do you need to protect and safeguard? Got some vehicles you’d like to keep under cover, too? You decide the width, length, and height of barn that will work best for what you need. Got any special design considerations? We can certainly help you with that!

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 can’t get inside! 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 custom barn, too.

Certification Options

Live in an area where certification is required for your barn? Or would you just like to have the peace of mind that comes from knowing your barn is specifically engineered to withstand designated wind and snow loads? We’re happy to offer certification options for your vertical steel barn.

Colors & More Colors

Your vertical roof barn can reflect your individual personality and tastes. 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 even two-tone your colors, if you prefer.

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You Can Do More With a Vertical Barn

A vertical steel barn is not just a perfect barn solution; it’s also much more versatile than any “traditional” wood barn. Obviously you can use it to stable horses or store hay, but there are so many other ways you can use one of these rugged steel barns:

Shelter for horses & livestock

These barns are excellent for keeping horses or other animals. You can also choose how you want to arrange the layout of your stalls and other internal design.

Agricultural applications

Maybe you need some dedicated space for keeping hay, grain, or crops. Or perhaps you need a breeding facility for livestock, or a production facility for dairy or eggs. Whatever your agriculture building needs, THE BOSS has you covered!

Shelter for vehicles & equipment

Need a shelter or garage for your farm vehicles and large equipment? A vertical barn can house your tractor and all its attachments. You can even fit a combine harvester in one of these big barns!

Multipurpose storage

Don’t just house your farm equipment; you can also protect your personal vehicles, RV, bus, boat, or other large vehicles. Need some general-purpose outdoor storage for stuff you can’t fit in your house? A vertical barn can offer you all the space you need!

Getting Ready to Install Your Vertical Roof Barn

One of the first things you should decide is how you plan to use your steel barn. Consider how much space you’ll need to accommodate your animals, equipment, vehicles, supplies, and whatever else you plan to house. Factor in the length, width, and height of each of these items so you’re sure to get a large enough barn. In hindsight, many customers wish they’d chosen a bigger barn, not a smaller one. Once you’ve made a decision and placed your building order with us, here are some things you should do to get your site ready for installation:

  • Obtain any needed building permits, if required in your area
  • Make sure your site is level
  • Mark any buried utility lines on or near your site
  • Clear enough space around your site (at least 3’ on all sides) so our crew will have sufficient room to work
  • Make sure to let us know which type of foundation you’ll be installing on, so we can be sure to bring the correct anchors

Lead Times and Delivery & Installation Service Areas

BOSS BUILDINGS is headquartered in western North Carolina, but we’re happy to serve 15 states. We deliver and install at no extra charge in the following: Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, and Florida. Don’t worry about how to get the components to your site, or how to get your barn put up. Let our team take care of it! Just make sure you’ve covered the basic site preparation needs mentioned above.

Choose THE BOSS for Your Best Vertical Barn

Why choose THE BOSS? Because our metal barns are better, we’ve got better prices, and we get you your barn FAST! Our mission at Boss Buildings is very 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 barn building with a shorter lead time, too. Reach out to us, and let THE BOSS help you get the vertical barn you need!

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We Offer More Than Just Vertical 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.

A-Frame Horizontal Roof Barns

The A-frame or boxed-eave barn roof more closely mirrors that of a house, and the roof panels run horizontally. The A-frame roof has a stronger design, and is a sturdier choice.

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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  • 998 W Pine St, Mount Airy, NC 27030