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Our prefabricated garage kits are simple the way it should be.

Prefabricated garage kits are a brilliant way to have storage fast and easily. You can set them up yourself ,hire a private contractor or Carports and More, the leading online vendor of prefabricated garage kits, will even set yours up for you free of cost, anywhere in the US. Many private property owners and business people are already reaping the benefits of them. Below are some of the reasons why you need one:

Prefabricated Steel Garage Kits For Sale and Why to Buy Them?

1. They are inexpensive. You can order prefabricated garage kits from us for prices ranging from $299-$799. This is considerably less expensive than adding a brick-and-mortar solution to your home – $799 would not even cover the labor costs. It’s also more flexible than the regular variety, and can be placed almost anywhere on your property.

2. They have a multitude of uses. They can be used for storage of boats, big cars and trucks and other everyday garage needs. They can also serve as warehouses and workshops. For maximum space, go for one with a pointed peak rather than a rounded top. Pointed peaks also work well in areas with a lot of snow. When shopping, look at the quality of the materials – make sure any kits you’re interested in are made of high-grade steel.

3. They are easy to set up. Most of them can be anchored on the ground or in concrete. You’ll also save on insurance, since the fire rating for the steel in these kits is very high. You can also create extra cost savings just by adding a mere two or three inches of insulation. This will make it very energy efficient, since it is the equivalent of 2½ feet of masonry.

4. They are portable garages. Many people buy these in order to move them easily from one location to another. All you’re required to do to take them apart is take out the bolts and screws and remove the sides and the roof. Before you shop for prefabricated garage kits, check the building codes for your area to ensure yours will be legal.