If it weren’t for the barns and sheds protecting their livestock, equipment, feed, and other farming necessities, farmers wouldn’t be near as productive or efficient as they need to be. And here at Get Carports, we provide a variety of custom steel barn buildings that offer unmatched durability, versatility, and reliability that other structures do not. Unlike their inferior wooden counterparts, metal barns require much less maintenance throughout the years and will provide you with a much longer-lasting storage solution.
The benefits you stand to gain by investing in one of our custom metal barns are nearly endless! You’ll never have to worry yourself about rotting, cracking, warping, total loss of property due to fire, or repairing termite damage. Oh, and the best part about investing in one of these structures? You can finally turn your attention to what matters most – your farm!
There is a lot more to the process of buying a new barn than most people make it out to be. Of course, you’ll want a structure that can shelter your equipment and tools from Mother Nature’s wrath and keep your animals safe throughout the years, but you’ll also want a barn that looks good. Our A-frame roof barn buildings are designed specifically to blend with your current home scheme and other surrounding structures. And that isn’t the best part…they are more than affordable!
Often referred to as boxed-eave, our A-frame horizontal barns are a slight upgrade from the regular steel barns. They are also installed with horizontal paneling; however, their complex design makes them a great option for warmer areas that may experience some winds, but very light precipitation. The primary advantage of investing in an A-frame horizontal metal barn is that you can invest in an A-frame style unit without the cost of a vertical roof.
When compared to the other available roof styles, our vertical roof metal barns are the most durable, reliable, and top-selling option offered at Get Carports and in the metal building industry. They are designed and installed with vertical paneling and additional framing pieces to withstand all climate types; however, they are best suited for areas prone to extreme weather conditions. If your barn exceeds a length of 36’, you will be required to have a vertical roof.
Have you recently considered investing in a custom steel barn for your farming needs? While our metal horse barns are an excellent option for almost every agricultural need you have, they are the perfect solution for housing your growing equine family. Whether you’re a small-town farmer, rancher, stock breeder, or simple horse owner, you’ll need to provide your animals with a safe and secure home. Here at Get Carports, we offer a variety of durable metal horse barns to choose from that can fulfill all your ever-changing needs.
*Prices vary with states and certification requirement
When it comes to providing your horses and other animals with a safe, secure home or your equipment with a reliable source of protection, you need the best of the best. And here at Get Carports, our certified barns are the best. These unique structures are designed to withstand certain weather conditions, meet local building codes, and fulfill most every need you may have. Depending on the area you live in and its typical weather elements, you may or may not be required to certify your barn building. While your local building department can provide you with additional information regarding codes and requirements, the choice between a certified and non-certified barn is ultimately yours.
No matter if you’re a farmer in a small town, a rancher who lives in Montana, or a crop producer for a major company, everyone in the agricultural field requires a barn they can rely on that will adapt to their ever-changing needs. Continuous roof barns at Get Carports offer the perfect amount of space to accommodate these needs. Designed with a main center section and a lean-to added to each side, anyone can benefit from our continuous roof barn buildings.
When you plan to invest a significant amount of your hard-earned money in a custom steel barn, it’s important that you get exactly what you need. And here at Get Carports, we make sure this process goes as quickly and smoothly as possible. Unlike other companies in the metal building industry, we put you first. If you’d like to know more about our metal barns, prices, and financing options, give one of our friendly building specialists a call today at (800) 691-5221 or visit our website. We can’t wait to help you find the perfect agricultural solution for all your needs!
The needs of farmers, ranchers, and others in the agricultural field are ever-changing, requiring a structure that can easily adapt to these changes. With a metal barn from Get Carports, you can have peace of mind knowing that no matter what your current or anticipated needs may be, they will be accommodated by one of our units. You can take a look below to learn more about what these versatile structures can do.
Compared to their wooden counterparts and other building materials, our metal barn buildings are a much more cost-effective, durable, and affordable storage solution. But there are several factors that will influence its overall cost, including the style of the unit, its size dimensions (width, length, height), added features, install location, and certification. With such a wide variety of customizations to choose from, our metal building specialists customize each price to the customer’s specific structure. And to ensure you get exactly what you need at a price you can afford, there are two flexible payment plans to choose from. You can find more information about our rent-to-own and financing programs on our website.
During the design process, one of the first and most important decisions you’ll make is choosing the roof style of your structure. Not only will the unit of your prefab metal building provide protection to its contents, but it will add to its overall structural integrity. There are three roofing systems you can choose from here at Get Carports, keep reading to learn which system is best suited to your area and building.
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