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05Apr 2015Metal Buildings

30x40 Metal Building

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A 30x40 metal building is a fairly standard size that can be used for a number of different purposes. They have ample room to serve as a double car garage. They're ideal for workshops of any kind and, with all that space, you can finally clean out the attic or basement to store the items you truly want to keep and still have room to spare. Metal buildings of this size are common and that's why we have them in stock and ready to go at Coast to Coast Carports. What you'll love about getting a 30x40 metal building from Coast to Coast Carports is the flexibility in design. We're experts at customizing any building to suit the needs and tastes of our customers. We have all the doors, panels, accessories and trim necessary to create the metal building you've been dreaming of. You just say where, and we'll place the doors and windows at your direction. You can even choose to have multiple walk-in doors, just garage doors or even a combination of different size garage doors as well as locking access doors. Whatever you can imagine, we can create together.

30x40 Metal Building, Customized, Perfect for Your Property

You may have been toying with the idea of a shop built from wood, or even renovating an existing stick-built building already on your property. The problem with those types of old-school traditional buildings is that they're susceptible to mold, fire, termites and other pests. They're not as durable and sturdy as metal buildings are, either. Plus, it's more economical to build a 30x40 metal building than it is to build one out of lumber. Metal building prices are very affordable. You may be a DIY-er, but you'll be so pleased with the results when you have Coast to Coast Carports assemble and install your metal building, you won't even miss having done it yourself.

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