A custom metal building is a pre-fabricated structure custom-made to your exact requirements and specifications.
Our manufacturer's metal buildings are 100% custom engineered to your requirements for size, roof style, functionality, and look.
Customized for Safety. When constructing a new building, it's essential to prioritize safety by ensuring it meets or exceeds local codes for wind, snow, and seismic loads. These code compliance measures are carefully adhered to ensure the longevity and durability of the structure. Although not visible to the naked eye, they are the most critical customization for safety and security.
Tailored Dimensions. Each building is manufactured to the exact dimensions you specify and are available in the following sizes:
Widths: from 30 ft to 200 ft
Lengths: from 40 ft to 500+ ft
Heights: from 8 ft to 30 ft
Our most popular sizes include the extremely versatile 40x60 metal building and the functional 30x40 metal building kit package
Multiple Roof Styles. Most kits are shipped with gable profiles with either a 1:12 or 2:12 pitch, with the chance to increase this to 6:12. Our second most popular option is the single slope available in pitches from 1/2:12 to 4:12.
Other available roof styles include monitor and gambrel, popular choices for farm storage, and, more recently, barn homes & barndominiums.
Customized for Functionality. Access and walk doors fitted and positioned precisely where you need them… select from several popular door types. Add sheltered spaces such as porches and patios, or add extra covered outdoor storage space with the addition of a lean-to. Again, all of these structural upgrades are customized to your requirements.
Custom Designs. Customize the exterior of your building to match existing structures, blend into the environment, or match your company brand.
Add a custom color scheme and mix-and-match paint choices for walls, roofing, siding, and trim with over 100 available combinations.
Kit packages come with commercial-grade metal exterior panels, but you can opt to swap these out for architectural siding, insulated panels, and more.