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STEEL BUILDING PRICES

Standard Wide Fully-Enclosed Base Price List for Metal Buildings in North Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, Alabama, West Virginia, Georgia, South Carolina, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas. Garage doors, walk-in doors, and windows are additional.

Regular Roof StyleA-Frame Roof StyleVertical Roof Style
12x20$4,325.0012x20$4,425.0012x20$4,725.00
12x25$5,025.0012x25$5,125.0012x25$5,525.00
12x30$5,730.0012x30$5,830.0012x30$6,130.00
12x35$6,435.0012x35$6,535.0012x35$6,835.00
12x40N/A12x40N/A12x40$7,540.00
14x20$4,975.0014x20$5,075.0014x20$5,375.00
14x25$5,775.0014x25$5,875.0014x25$6,275.00
14x30$6,580.0014x30$6,680.0014x30$6,980.00
14x35$7,385.0014x35$7,485.0014x35$7,785.00
14x40N/A14x40N/A14x40$8,590.00
16x20$4,975.0016x20$5,075.0016x20$5,375.00
16x25$5,775.0016x25$5,875.0016x25$6,275.00
16x30$6,580.0016x30$6,680.0016x30$6,980.00
16x35$7,385.0016x35$7,485.0016x35$7,785.00
16x40N/A16x40N/A16x40$8,590.00
18x20$4,975.0018x20$5,075.0018x20$5,375.00
18x25$5,775.0018x25$5,875.0018x25$6,275.00
18x30$6,580.0018x30$6,680.0018x30$6,980.00
18x35$7,385.0018x35$7,485.0018x35$7,785.00
18x40N/A18x40N/A18x40$8,590.00
20x20$5,425.0020x20$5,525.0020x20$5,825.00
20x25$6,275.0020x25$6,375.0020x25$6,775.00
20x30$7,030.0020x30$7,130.0020x30$7,530.00
20x35$7,985.0020x35$8,085.0020x35$8,385.00
20x40N/A20x40N/A20x40$9,240.00
22x20$5,875.0022x20$5,975.0022x20$6,275.00
22x25$6,750.0022x25$6,850.0022x25$7,250.00
22x30$7,630.0022x30$7,730.0022x30$8,030.00
22x35$8,510.0022x35$8,610.0022x35$8,910.00
22x40N/A22x40N/A22x40$9,890.00
24x20$6,325.0024x20$6,425.0024x20$6,725.00
24x25$7,225.0024x25$7,325.0024x25$7,625.00
24x30$8,130.0024x30$8,230.0024x30$8,530.00
24x35$9,035.0024x35$9,135.0024x35$9,435.00
24x40N/A24x40N/A24x40$10,640.00

Triple Wide Metal Building Prices in Southern States (North Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, Alabama, West Virginia, Georgia, South Carolina, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas)

Regular Roof StyleA-Frame Roof StyleVertical Roof Style
26x20$6,845.0026x20$6,970.0026x20$7,645.00
26x25$7,695.0026x25$7,820.0026x25$8,695.00
26x30$8,550.0026x30$8,700.0026x30$9,950.00
26x35$9,405.0026x35$9,680.0026x35$10,905.00
26x40N/A26x40N/A26x40$11,860.00
28x20$7,245.0028x20$7,345.0028x20$8,095.00
28x25$8,095.0028x25$8,320.0028x25$9,145.00
28x30$8,950.0028x30$9,295.0028x30$10,400.00
28x35$9,805.0028x35$10,280.0028x35$11,355.00
28x40N/A28x40N/A28x40$12,310.00
30x20$7,645.0030x20$7,720.0030x20$8,545.00
30x25$8,495.0030x25$8,720.0030x25$9,595.00
30x30$9,350.0030x30$9,725.0030x30$10,950.00
30x35$10,255.0030x35$10,780.0030x35$12,005.00
30x40N/A30x40N/A30x40$13,060.00

Standard Wide Fully-Enclosed Base Price List for Metal Buildings in Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland, Massachusetts. Garage doors, walk-in doors, and windows are additional.

Regular Roof StyleA-Frame Roof StyleVertical Roof Style
12x20$5,622.5012x20$5,752.5012x20$6,142.50
12x25$6,532.5012x25$6,662.5012x25$7,182.50
12x30$7,449.0012x30$7,579.0012x30$7,969.00
12x35$8,365.5012x35$8,495.5012x35$8,885.50
12x40N/A12x40N/A12x40$9,802.00
14x20$6,467.5014x20$6,597.5014x20$6,987.50
14x25$7,507.5014x25$7,637.5014x25$8,157.50
14x30$8,554.0014x30$8,684.0014x30$9,074.00
14x35$9,600.5014x35$9,730.5014x35$10,120.50
14x40N/A14x40N/A14x40$11,167.00
16x20$6,467.5016x20$6,597.5016x20$6,987.50
16x25$7,507.5016x25$7,637.5016x25$8,157.50
16x30$8,554.0016x30$8,684.0016x30$9,074.00
16x35$9,600.5016x35$9,730.5016x35$10,120.50
16x40N/A16x40N/A16x40$11,167.00
18x20$6,467.5018x20$6,597.5018x20$6,987.50
18x25$7,507.5018x25$7,637.5018x25$8,157.50
18x30$8,554.0018x30$8,684.0018x30$9,074.00
18x35$9,600.5018x35$9,730.5018x35$10,120.50
18x40N/A18x40N/A18x40$11,167.00
20x20$7,052.5020x20$7,182.5020x20$7,572.50
20x25$8,157.5020x25$8,287.5020x25$8,807.50
20x30$9,139.0020x30$9,269.0020x30$9,789.00
20x35$10,380.5020x35$10,510.5020x35$10,900.50
20x40N/A20x40N/A20x40$12,012.00
22x20$7,637.5022x20$7,767.5022x20$8,157.50
22x25$8,775.0022x25$8,905.0022x25$9,425.00
22x30$9,919.0022x30$10,049.0022x30$10,439.00
22x35$11,063.0022x35$11,193.0022x35$11,583.00
22x40N/A22x40N/A22x40$12,857.00
24x20$8,222.5024x20$8,352.5024x20$8,742.50
24x25$9,392.5024x25$9,522.5024x25$9,912.50
24x30$10,569.0024x30$10,699.0024x30$11,089.00
24x35$11,745.5024x35$11,875.5024x35$12,265.50
24x40N/A24x40N/A24x40$13,832.00

Triple Wide Metal Building Prices in Northern States (Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland, Massachusetts)

Regular Roof StyleA-Frame Roof StyleVertical Roof Style
26x20$8,898.5026x20$9,061.0026x20$9,938.50
26x25$10,003.5026x25$10,166.0026x25$11,303.50
26x30$11,115.0026x30$11,310.0026x30$12,935.00
26x35$12,226.5026x35$12,584.0026x35$14,176.50
26x40N/A26x40N/A26x40$15,418.00
28x20$9,418.5028x20$9,548.5028x20$10,523.50
28x25$10,523.5028x25$10,816.0028x25$11,888.50
28x30$11,635.0028x30$12,083.5028x30$13,520.00
28x35$12,746.5028x35$13,364.0028x35$14,761.50
28x40N/A28x40N/A28x40$16,003.00
30x20$9,938.5030x20$10,036.0030x20$11,108.50
30x25$11,043.5030x25$11,336.0030x25$12,473.50
30x30$12,155.0030x30$12,642.5030x30$14,235.00
30x35$13,331.5030x35$14,014.0030x35$15,606.50
30x40N/A30x40N/A30x40$16,978.00

FACTORS AFFECTING THE COST OF METAL BUILDINGS

There are many factors that go into determining your custom metal building’s price, including:

  • The Price of Raw Steel:ย Fluctuations in the cost of raw steel can directly impact the overall cost of a metal building.
  • Building Size:ย The size of the metal building plays a significant role in its final cost, with larger structures requiring more materials and labor.
  • Customization Options:ย Adding custom features such as doors, windows, insulation, and aesthetic enhancements can increase the cost of a metal building.
  • Installation Location:ย The location where the metal building will be installed can affect costs due to site preparation, accessibility, and local building codes.
  • Building Provider:ย Different metal building providers may offer varying prices for similar structures based on factors such as brand reputation, quality of materials, and included services.
  • Installation Prep:ย Site preparation, such as grading, clearing, and foundation work, can impact the project’s overall cost, especially if extensive groundwork is required.
  • Building Permits:ย Obtaining necessary permits from local authorities may involve additional fees, contributing to the overall cost of the metal building project.

GET YOUR METAL BUILDING AT THE RIGHT PRICE FROM THE BOSS

From small backyard sheds to enormous commercial structures, Boss Buildings is proud to offer an extensive lineup of steel buildings for sale. Our structures are built with precision and delivered to you at some of the most competitive prices in the industry.

Don’t take our word for it. See for yourself. Call Boss Buildings today atย (336) 673-3065ย and let our experts design that metal structure you’ve always wanted. We’ll guide you through the whole process from start to finish and deliver lasting results you can count on.

Frequently Asked Questions

Higher wind speeds in an area lead to an increase in the cost of a metal building. For instance, a steel structure designed for Florida, where engineering for 170 mph winds is required, will be more expensive than one designed for Chicago, which only needs to withstand 90 mph winds. The need for more robust construction to meet higher wind ratings directly affects the price.

It’s cheaper to extend a building’s length rather than its width. Steel buildings can achieve a clear span width of up to 300 feet, which requires more steel, additional engineering, and increases the price. Increasing the length does not drastically impact the prices, as it requires minimal adjustments.

The snow load requirements affect the cost of a building. For example, a building in Alaska needs to support 100+ pounds of snow per square foot and would be more expensive compared to a building in many parts of Colorado, which only requires a 45 pound snow load rating. The need for stronger materials and designs to support heavier snow increases the price.

Yes, open areas such as open wall steel buildings or lean-tos attached to an enclosed structure can increase the price. These designs require enhanced wind load engineering because there are no walls to deflect wind gusts, which puts additional pressure on the roof. The need for stronger construction to handle these conditions leads to a higher cost.

Yes, seismic conditions can affect pricing. In regions prone to earthquakes, buildings need to be designed to withstand seismic forces. To check the seismic load, metal building engineers perform testing and use different construction techniques. This can increase the cost of the building to ensure it meets safety regulations and performance standards.