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February 6, 2018
Are you getting ready for the hot temperatures? Are all of your belongings stored and protected?
It’s simple to say that summer is still a long way from now, which is true – but by the time summer hits us, we’ve got to be ready for it. Since our headquarters is located in Joshua, TX, we know exactly how incredibly unstable our weather can be and how summer can arrive anytime.
We recommend that our customers check with their local building departments if their metal buildings meet the local codes before purchasing any of our units. Local codes from Texas may differ from those in any other state, especially if the building is going to be put up in an urban area.
One of the most popular buildings this year has been the ag barn. This barn can be used for many purposes. The most common one, of course, is as a barn, keeping livestock safe from the rain and intense heat. Some customers opt to enclose part of the lean-tos to store animal feed or farm equipment. On the other hand, there are customers who just love the design and prefer to use it as a garage for their vehicles. If you have land and space available, that would be a very interesting project.
Take a look at this metal barn installed near Chiloquin, OR:
• 20'W x 41'L x 12'H (main unit)
• A-Frame Vertical Roof
• Horizontal Siding
• 10x10 Roll-Up Door (front end)
• 36"x80" Walk-In Door (front end)
• 2 - 30"x30" Windows
• 10'W x 41'L x 10'/8'H Lean-Tos
• Horizontal Sides
• 2 - 9x7 Roll-Up Doors (one on each lean-to)
• Mobile Home Anchors
One of the main advantages of this barn is its vertical roof; since Oregon is a state with constant snow, the panels running from the peak toward the eaves allow snow to slide off without the need for constant maintenance, like other types of roofs.
Should you always go for a vertical roof?
Not necessarily. Although vertical roofs are the best choice when it comes to maintenance, if you live in an area that rarely gets snow, it’s not necessary. However, it’s highly recommended to get a vertical roof if your carport exceeds 30’ in length in order to avoid leaks in the future.
You can customize your metal building! Give us a call, and we will help you build the metal barn of your dreams. Remember that we also offer financing options if you need a little help purchasing your metal barn. Ask your representative about it.
*Disclaimer: Prices are subject to change at any time without notice. Please contact our sales department for our latest prices.*