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Thursday, 15 November 2012 11:32

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Thursday, 12 April 2012 08:45

Shopping Carports

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Friday, 16 September 2011 08:38

Certified Buildings

Some states and cities require building certification. Coast to Coast supplies certified metal buildings to better serve everyone everywhere. We can certify most building we make. A certified building has extra corner braces, snow braces, anchoring, and sometimes stronger steel or more legs/bows, allowing for certification for up to 90lbs per sq ft of snow and 90 mph winds. These building are stronger and last longer than the less expensive non-certified buildings.



Friday, 16 September 2011 08:35

Certified Barns

Some states and cities require building certification. Coast to Coast supplies certified metal barns to better serve everyone everywhere. A certified barn has extra corner braces, snow braces, anchoring, and sometimes stronger steel or more legs/bows, allowing for certification for up to 90lbs per sq ft of snow and 90 mph winds. These building are stronger and last longer than the less expensive non-certified buildings. Both, certified and non-certified buildings are offered in all areas, so it is the customer's responsibility to determine if they need a certified building or not. We always recommend certified buildings over non-certified. Contact our sales team about the certified steel barn for sale that interests you.



Friday, 16 September 2011 08:28

Certified Metal Garage Buildings

Some states and cities require building certification. Coast to Coast supplies certified metal garages to better serve everyone everywhere. A certified garage has extra corner braces, snow braces, anchoring, and sometimes stronger steel or more legs/bows, allowing for certification for up to 90lbs per sq ft of snow and 90 mph winds. These building are stronger and last longer than the less expensive non-certified buildings. Both, certified and non-certified buildings are offered in all areas, so it is the customer's responsibility to determine if they need a certified building or not. We always recommend certified buildings over non-certified. Contact our sales team about the certified steel garage that interests you.

Friday, 16 September 2011 08:07

Certified Carports

Some states and cities require building certification. Coast to Coast supplies certified metal carports to better serve everyone everywhere. A certified carport has extra corner braces, snow braces, anchoring, and sometimes stronger steel or more legs/bows, allowing for certification for up to 90lbs per sq ft of snow and 90 mph winds. These building are stronger and last longer than the less expensive non-certified buildings. Both, certified and non-certified buildings are offered in all areas, so it is the customer's responsibility to determine if they need a certified building or not. We always recommend certified buildings over non-certified. Contact our sales team about the certified steel carport that interests you.
Thursday, 15 September 2011 13:19

Benifits of Steel

A few other benefits of Galvanized steel include:

Rust resistant
No termites
Less mold
Less user maintenance
Stronger
Cost effective
Certification for snow loads up to 60lbs per sq. ft.
Does not need a concrete foundation
And many more...

Thursday, 15 September 2011 13:15

Standard Features

This is a list of Standard options and sizes available everywhere: (other sizes also available)

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Steel gauge (size).

Our standard is a 14 gauge 2 1/2" x 2 1/2" square tubing (10 day workmanship warranty). As an option, our buildings can be constructed with a stronger 12 gauge 2 1/4" x 2 1/4" square tubing (20 year rust through warranty) at an additional charge.

Certified and uncertified buildings are available.

Certified buildings are certified for snow and wind loads determined by area. Certification can be for snow loads of 20, 40, 60 lbs per sq. ft., and wind loads up to 90 mph. These are for areas requiring permits. Engineering drawing are available.

Regular (rolled corner) Style Single and Double wide Buildings:

Roof Style: Horizontal only
Leg Height:  5'
Widths (by feet): 12, 18, 20, 22, 24 
Length (by feet): 21, 26, 31, 36, 41

Regular (rolled corner) Style Triple wide Buildings:

Roof Style: Horizontal only
Leg Height: 6'
Widths (by feet): 26, 28, 30
Length (by feet): 21, 26, 31, 36, 41, 46, 51

A-Frame (boxed eve) Style Single and Double wide Buildings:

Roof Style: Horizontal or Vertical
Leg Height:  6'
Widths (by feet): 12, 18, 20, 22, 24 
Length (by feet): 21, 26, 31, 36, 41

A-Frame (boxed eve) Style Triple wide Buildings:

Roof Style: Horizontal or Vertical
Leg Height: 6'
Widths (by feet): 26, 28, 30
Length (by feet): 21, 26, 31, 36, 41, 46, 51

Barns:

Roof Style: Horizontal or Vertical, Regular, A-Frame, or Strait Roof
Leg Height: 12' in middle and 6' on sides
Widths (by feet): 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 54
Lengths (by feet): 21, 26, 31, 36, 41

Larger Buildings:

Roof Style: Vertical only
Leg Heights: 6' for buildings 40' wide, and 8', 10', 12', 14', for 50' and wider
Widths (by feet): 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 50, 60
Lengths (by feet): 20, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100, 110, 120, 130 140, 150, 160, 170, 180

Storage Sheds

8'x8'x6' - 12'x20'x6' with wood floors.

Doors:

Walk-in Doors: 32"x72"
Garage Doors: 6'x6', 8'x7', 9'x7', 10'x8', 10'x10'
Roll-up Commercial Doors with Chain: 12'x10', 12'x12'

Anchoring:

Our 3' pin anchors (re-bar) come standard at no extra charge.

Bracing

One corner brace at all four corners and a center brace on each end at the peak comes standard.

Windows

size: 30"x30"

Thursday, 15 September 2011 13:09

FAQ

Why do you recommend extra bracing on some of your buildings? And what extra bracing do you recommend?
We recommend extra bracing on carports 8’ or taller and 22’-24’ wide or wider. This is recommended because snow loads and wind loads can be unpredictable and vary from area to area.
 
What is the on center spacing of the frame legs/bows?
As a general rule, the spacing of the frame legs/bows are 4 feet or 5 feet on center.
 
Why do you recommend an A-frame style building with vertical roof?
On an A-Frame style/vertical roof carport, the ridges of the steel panels run from the top of the carport to the sides. This roof configuration displaces water, snow, etc., much more efficiently and water will not collect on the roof. Water will also drain away from the door openings (unless the doors are installed on the sides of the carports or garages).
 
What preparation should be completed prior to my building being installed?
The key to the success of the installation of any of our products is to make sure that our product is installed on a flat, level surface. In order to provide you with affordable products with quick installation, site preparation, as well as building permits, are the responsibility of the customer. The customer is responsible for any local permits, covenant searches, rights of way, set-back restrictions, etc.
 
What is the pitch in the center of the carport?
Pitch varies depending on the width of the carport. Most of the pitches on our products, range from 2 ½’ to 4’.
 
What types of anchoring do you offer?
We offer four types of anchors:

1. Re-bar/Pin Anchor (temporary)-common steel reinforcing bar approximately 3’ long that have a 5/8” nut welded onto the end. These are installed through a hole pre-drilled into the base rail. They are used on both ground and asphalt installations.
2. Concrete Anchor Bolts-sometimes referred to as wedge anchors, 6” long. These are used on cement pad installations only.
3. Mobile Home Anchors-helical in design. These are used to secure the building in a ground installation only, and they are used primarily on certified buildings. However these can be added to any other building with a ground installation as an additional option. (additional cost)
4. Cement Ground Anchor-1’ wide in diameter by 3’ deep hole dug around each standard ground anchor and cemented in. Used primarily on certified ground installations.

 
After my carport has been installed, can I add options at a later time?
No, Due to our manufacturing proccess in addition to the customization of eash individual building, we can not guarentee that your new additions will line up perfectly with your old structure. However in some cases a workmanship liability waver can be signed and we will make a good faith effort to make certant addions for the cost of the options plus a return trip fee.
 
Is there any room for adjustment when leveling my carport? If so, how much?
Yes, you have about 3-4” to work with.
 
What is the highest leg height that I can order?
12’ legs are the highest we offer out of our catalog. However, if you need taller, call our office for special pricing.
 
What are the dimensions of the carport, from outside to outside?

width x length x height (ex. 18x21x5)

Width is measured from outside to outside of each base rail. Length is measured by the roof metal which includes a 6” overhang on each end (except of vertical roofs). Therefore the base rail is 1’ shorter than the roof. Height is measured by the actual leg on the outer wall. Keep in mind on an A-Frame style/Vertical roof building, there is no overhang on the roof. Therefore, your actual length would be the length of the base rail.
 
I’m going to have my building installed on a cement slab. What size should the pad be?
The slab should be ¾” wider than your building and 1’ shorter in length.
 
Will ordering direct from Coast to Coast result in a lower price?
No, we have partners/dealers set up in your area so you can see our product first hand and better understand what you are purchasing. Calling direct will not change the pricing.
 
How long will my carport last?
Our high quality buildings will last you for years.
 
Why aren't the prices listed on the web site?
Prices vary from area to area, primarily due to freight and for other reasons.
 
Is financing available?
YES!  We now offer financing.  Contact us for to find out your options.
 
Do I need a permit?
It depends on city codes.
 
Does color affect price?
No, color will not affect the price of your building, you can choose from 12 different colors.
 
Can I put two vehicles in an 18’ wide carport?
Yes, depending on the size of the vehicles. Typically, two cars, or a car and small truck, will fit without trouble. If you have a car and large truck we recommend 20' wide or larger.
 
How long from date of order will it take to install my building?
Normal delivery times are 4-6 weeks from the time you place your order. However it could be sooner or longer.
 
What are the payment methods?
All orders are C.O.D. We accept cashiers check, money order, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover.
 
How long will it take for my carport/building to be assembled?
Standard buildings are assembled from 45 minutes. to an hour. In some cases, it may take up to two days depending upon the size of the building.

Wednesday, 14 September 2011 12:21

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