Cost-effective Metal Building Prices Without Any Additional Fees
Our goal is to offer metal building prices at rates that allow you to include all the features you need, without spending more than you want.
In order to ensure you’re able to stay within your metal building budget, we include delivery and installation at no additional cost.
Not only that, but when you buy from us you’ll work directly with our professional sales team, which can answer any questions you have about our metal building prices and help you finalize your design.
Metal Pre-fab Buildings Priced According to How They’re Designed
How you design your metal building is based largely on how you plan to use it. If you’re planning to cover multiple vehicles, for example, you’ll need to buy a garage with much larger dimensions than you would if you only wanted to store lawn and garden equipment.
But metal buildings aren’t limited to covers for cars, trucks, RVs or boats; they have a wide variety of uses, which we dive further into on this page.
And if you want to buy a metal building that’s made to withstand extreme weather conditions, there are other factors you’ll want to consider, such as the roof style and frame type.
Keep reading to find out all the customization options we offer for metal building purchases, as well as a detailed pricing sheet for some of our best-selling sizes.
How You Can Customize Your Purchased Metal Building
Our metal building rate boil down to a few key customization options, including:
- Roof style
- Frame gauge thickness
- Roll-up doors (or frameouts)
- Walk-in doors (or frameouts)
Obviously, larger pre-engineered metal buildings cost more than smaller ones, but roof styles, frame thickness and adding more roll-up doors, walk-in doors and windows will also increase the price.
Purchase a Metal Building With More Durable Components
If you live in an area that receives a lot of snow every year or simply want to maximize the lifetime of your metal building, you’ll want to consider more a durable roof style and frame.
We offer three roof styles: standard, A-frame horizontal and A-frame vertical. Our standard roof is ideal for customers who have a conservative metal building budget, but it’s made out of the same 29-gauge sheet metal that our A-frame horizontal and A-frame vertical roofs are made of.
We strongly recommend our A-frame vertical roof if you live in an area that regularly experiences intensive weather. But if you want something in between, our A-frame horizontal is a durable roof style that will keep down your metal building price, while offering great durability.
As far as the frame goes, we offer two options: 14-gauge and 12-gauge steel. The difference between the two is the thickness: the 14-gauge is 2½” × 2½” thick and the 12-gauge is 2 ¼” × 2¼” inches thick.
The 12-gauge is essentially 20 percent stronger, and it includes a 20-year limited warranty of rust through of the framing, whereas the 14-gauge comes with a 30-day warranty. Although the 12-gauge frame is more costly, it will incease your metal garage’s value significantly.
Buying a Metal Building With Doors and Windows Makes it More Accessible
Our metal building prices also are based on what type of doors and windows your structure requires.
If you plan on covering a vehicle, for example, you’ll need at least one 8×7-foot roll-up door. But if you want to cover multiple vehicles, you’ll need multiple roll-up doors or one very large garage door. The largest roll-up doors we sell are 10×10, but we can do frameouts up to 20-feet wide.
You also can add walk-in doors that are either 72 or 80 inches tall and windows that are 30×30 inches. We offer frameouts for walk-in doors and windows as well.
Prefabricated metal buildings purchased with frameouts is an easy way to shave off some of the upfront charges. You can add doors and windows once you’ve covered the initial metal building cost.
Just make sure that if you plan to install doors or windows at some point down the road, you design your metal building with enough height from the start.
If you want to eventually install an 8×7 roll-up door, you must buy a metal building with a leg height of at least 8 feet.
In general, your building must be at least one foot taller than the doors you plan to install.
Metal Building Price Sheet
Below, you’ll find a list of starting prices on the metal buildings we sell. However, note that prices vary based on location because development standards vary significantly from state to state, as well as within each state’s individual cities and counties.
Before finalizing your metal building purchase, make sure you reach out to your local planning officials and find out if you require a permit. If you do need a permit, we can supply detailed plans of the prefabricated metal building you’re hoping to buy to verify it complies with all building standards.
Popular Metal Buildings Purchased by Our Customers
Some of the most common pre-engineered metal buildings bought by our customers include the following:
- 40×60 metal building
- 30×40 metal building
- 40×40 metal building
All these sizes are capable of covering at least three vehicles; the minimum width we recommend for a three-car shelter is 26 feet, but they can be as wide as 40 feet.
These specific sizes work well for metal farm buildings as well; the large square-footage is ideal for storing large farm vehicles, such as tractors, and other farm equipment.
Buying a 30×40 square foot metal building will allow you to add three 8×7 roll-up doors on the front side and four 8×7 doors on either side. If you purchase a 40×60 square foot metal building, you can add six 8X7 doors on either side.
Purchasing Metal Buildings From Us Gives You the Option to Handle the Installation Yourself, or Letting Our Team Do It
All our metal building prices include the shipping cost and installation, but, if you would prefer to assemble your own, we also sell metal building kits.
Our metal building kits prices include discounts of up to 10 percent, the equivalent of a security deposit on a new metal building purchase.
If you opt to let our experienced team assemble your metal building, all you have to do is meet them at the property the day of the delivery, and provide any specific instructions you may have, such as anchoring your building to a concrete slab you’ve had poured.
Metal Building Payment Options
You can either cover the entire metal building cost upfront, or you can pay for it over time through our financing and rent-to-own options.
The only difference between metal buildings purchased through a finance plan and a rent-to-own plan is that the installment payments you make go toward a loan versus rental.
Please contact us if you have specific questions about our metal building prices, or head straight to our Carport and Garage Builder to start experimenting with floor plans for your metal building.