What can you Customize
This Building includes
- Free Delivery and Installation
- 10 feet tall leg height
- Galvanized steel frame with 12 gauge (2 ¼ )
- All Legs/Bows 5' On Center
- Vertical roof panels
- 12 wide lean-to
- 29-Gauge roofing and siding panels
- One walk-in door on front
- Braces and Anchors on every leg for longer stability
- 20-years of Rust-Through Warranty*
- 10-years of Limited Warranty on panels*
- 1 Year Workmanship Warranty*
We Provide 3 Roof Style
Roof styles concern customers with priority. Such styles impact the look, feel, and functional potential of your metal building. Whether you choose a regular roof, A-frame, or vertical orientation for your roof panels, decide which is best for you with some of the benefits and features of these roof styles here:
Vertical Roof Style - Best
A vertical roof strengthens any project with some of the most robust designs. Panels laid in a vertical orientation give the metal building more rigidity and strength. Your metal building with a vertical roof benefits from the strength and durability of this design and roof option.
Regular - Good
The benefits of building with a regular roof are appearance and longevity. The simple roof makes the most conservative use of materials while offering a structural style from the manufacturer that fits most palettes. This roof style has curved corners with panels running horizontally that improves your ability to resist mild weather and other external forces.
Choosing the right color for a metal building and the considerations you make while selecting the right color present a short challenge. While there are few options from some dealers, AA Metal Buildings offers a huge range of tones, hues, and colors, including:
- Slate Blue
- MC Green
- Barn Red
- Crimson Red
- MC Gray
- Quaker Gray
- Pewter Gray
A-Frame or Boxed Eave Roof
The boxed-eave roof style stays a popular option after all the years that the classic A-frame style has supported new metal buildings. With horizontal steel panels to support the roof, boxed-eave roofs are best for the areas experiencing moderate weather conditions.
Options and Customizations
From style and size to pitch, gables, and trim, you can truly create a unique metal building that matches your best outcome. With lean-to's, trims, and trusses, make and plan the metal building to meet your project needs. Explore these important customizations:
Metal buildings come in many shapes, sizes, styles, and designs. AA Metal Buildings offers some of the most classic and modern styles of steel buildings that give a character as well as beauty. Use our style choices to make the best selection for your dream metal building.
Choose a size of metal building for your design and style. AA Metal Buildings offers a diverse and far-ranging set of sizes to customize your building for your property and vision for the project. Whether you need to fit a tight space, ensure growth potential, or significantly expand, AA Metal Buildings has a size for you.
Down to the most specific details of your metal building, AA Metal Buildings allows you to select a roof pitch. By controlling the roof's rise for every 12 inches toward the peak, you can add a special touch to your building, add strength, and promote venting when necessary.
Lean-to’s can be installed on your metal building to secure freestanding protection from sun, weather, and other forces. They can be installed on all kinds of metal buildings despite the pitch and roofing material needed to match the building.
Ridge caps trim the roof's edge where the two roof slopes meet in the middle. Capping off the meeting point, ridge caps protect your building, roof, and stored materials. These fit because they are thicker than roof shingles, usually pre-bent and folded.
When run-off is not a problem, J-trim can be used to cap off the raw panel edges of your metal building. You can use it as closer and trim across a sidewall, around doors, and circling window openings. Finish your building with metal flashing on the roofline.
Gables remains a classic staple in the contemporary design of metal buildings with two sloping sides coming together at a ridge. The endwalls and triangular installation at the top go by the name "gable," describing the slopes and pitches that vary.
If you want more strength, quicker installation, and long life for your building, you will use steel trusses that are pre-welded, pre-drilled, and fast and easy. AA Metal Buildings offers gable-style and other trusses that can customize to fit your special order and style.
AA Metal Buildings presents options for your steel gauges. With a 12- or 14-gauge for side panels, you can receive all the security and durability you need. And, with 26- and 29-gauge steel roof panels, build a roof and building to last with quality steel from AA Metal Buildings.
Certified buildings come from AA Metal Buildings with some of the highest quality standards in the business, meaning most will fit building codes local to your area. These metal buildings have been through extensive testing to measure the durability and strength of the materials used.
Doors and Windows
The possibilities for your metal building become finished and topped off by door and window options. Learn about all the doors, windows, and frame-outs that will make your building unique and complete. These are the options and customization opportunities that AA Metal Buildings customers enjoy:
The possibilities for doors almost seem endless, and one of your many options with AA Metal Buildings attracts many. The use of a garage door as an option adds versatility to your space or allows you to transform any metal building into a practical garage or multi-functional space.
Walk-in Door Frame-out
Adding windows to your metal building will breathe life into your project. With the customization option to add windows in various orientations, sizes, and styles with AA Metal Buildings, you can add functionality, ventilation, and a refreshing finish.
The framed opening is used to open portions of a wall that are normally used for access. It refers to the framing members and flashing which surround an opening. Framed openings include: jambs, header or sill, trim, and fasteners.
Walls obviously need variation as much as doors and windows or roof styles. Walls can fit your building and purpose perfectly when you consider all the materials and designs that AA Metal Buildings offers you. See the options for endwalls and sidewalls below.