Custom Commercial Barn 54' Wide x 71' Long x 12' High
This Custom Commercial Barn is a premium building with many custom options. The base structure has 2,130 sq. ft. and the lean to’s have a combined square footage of 1,704. Bracing and certification requirements may also vary depending upon where you live, and where the building is to be installed. These are all double-checked by in-house engineers prior to manufacturing and installation of your building. This structure also includes white trim, but both the metal roofing color, and the trim color can be customized to your particular tastes and to coordinate with your home or existing buildings on your property.
Quality When it Matters
Quality steel roofing and side wall paneling help prevent and product your valuables from sun damage, freezing rain, hail, and snow, and will save you many headaches from no longer having clear off morning frost from your windshield! If you’re property and climate produce a lot of falling tree debris, sap, or pollen, this structure will help shield the contents from these damaging elements that can result in costly repairs.
Strong as an Elephant
Elephant structures is proud to offer both standardized buildings, and fully custom carports, garages and commercial buildings. We can meet any need, anywhere, and you’re sure to receive a quality building. This carport can be installed on most any level surface, from raw dirt, to gravel, asphalt, concrete, and even wood decking. The construction foundation must be level, within 3” in any direction for the building to be installed. We do recommend a concrete foundation as this provides the most quality construction quality and long-term performance of the structure, a level building site will ensure weather protection and proper alignment of the galvanized steel legs, metal sheeting, and roofing panels so it will looks as great as it performs. Concrete footers may also be used in place of a full concrete pad, engineered foundation drawings will be provided with your purchase to designate how the foundation should be prepared if you’re pouring concrete or footers.