Customize Your Very Own Red Barn!
One factor that sets red metal barns apart from the competition is their customizability. From top to bottom, you’ll have free reign to adapt and change a steel building to meet your needs. Below, we’ve listed just a few of these customization options!
Dimensions and Layout
You’ll be able to change and alter the size, footprint, and style of your building. We do everything from small metal equipment sheds to enormous commercial buildings!
You’ll be able to choose between several different roofing options, including:
This roofing system features rounded edges, a round peak, and horizontally placed paneling. It’s a great economical choice for those living in regions with mild weather patterns.
Boxed-eave roofs are more akin to those you’d find on a traditional home, with overhanging awnings, a sharp peak, and horizontal paneling. So if you’re looking for a well-built mid-level option that’s designed to handle high winds, this is it!
Our premium roofing solution, vertical roofs, combines the best elements of the boxed-eave design with vertically arranged paneling. This clever engineering feat allows debris, such as snow and leaf fall, to fall harmlessly away from your structure.
With a wide range of colors, you’ll be able to choose a shade that works for you! You’ll be able to change the colors of your roofing, walls, trim, and more! You can even mix and match for some incredibly stylish color combinations!
Doors and Windows
Your metal barn will need plenty of windows and doors! And you’ll be able to add as many as you need! We have standard entryway and garage doors, and we’ll perform frame-outs if you’re looking to install custom units.
The anchor system we use will depend entirely on your chosen foundation type. For soil foundations, screw-like mobile home anchors will secure your structure to the ground. Asphalt foundations will require spiked rods driven through the blacktop into the ground. And for concrete foundations, our install teams use specialized concrete bolts drilled directly into the concrete pad.
Most residential buildings use 14-gauge framing as the industry standard. However, if you live in a region that experiences heavy wind and extreme snow events, you might want to upgrade to the thicker 12-gauge framing.
Much like our framing, the standard thickness for roofing panels is 29-gauge steel. But for additional protection from the elements, our 26-gauge paneling will do the trick.
Certification is a standardized system that details whether a building can hold up to the wind, snow, and seismic forces in a given area. In most regions, it’s also necessary if you expect to secure a permanent building permit for your structure.