Pre-engineered metal structures are the perfect building system for a steel warehouse, regardless of the size unit you may need. These unique building systems offer a variety of benefits for both commercial and industrial purposes that other types of construction simply can’t provide. Reliable, durable and most importantly, affordable, these structures are perfect for most any commercial need you have.
There are several roofing options available here at Coast to Coast Carports, including regular roofs, A-frame horizontal roofs and vertical roofs. While each of these options provide a reliable source of protection for most any need you may have, we highly recommend investing in a regular roof warehouse. If the structure exceeds an overall length of 36’, you’ll be required to have a vertical roof installed.
Unlike our other options for roofing systems, vertical roofs are specifically designed and engineered to withstand most any type of climate. However, due to their additional framing pieces and vertically aligned panels, they are best suited for areas prone to extreme weather conditions. If you’re concerned with your structure leaking after being installed, vertical roofs are the best way to go.
One of the primary benefits to investing in a prefab metal warehouse or metal warehouse kit is that they’re fully customizable. Nearly every component of these steel structures can be customized to your exact specifications, no matter how detailed or simple they may be. Several of our available customization options include the items we’ve listed below.
After you’ve invested a considerable amount of your hard-earned money into one of our custom warehouse buildings, you’ll want to make sure it will provide you with a reliable solution for years to come. And as one of the many components of a metal structure that will affect its overall structural integrity, it’s important that you choose a proper foundation for installation. While there are several types of foundations you can choose from, we require all our web truss buildings to be installed on a concrete pad. Now, this can be one concrete pad or a continuous concrete footer; either way, we ask that the outer foot and a half be at least two feet deep for the perfect amount of support.
Depending on the county you reside in, you may be required to obtain a permit before having a commercial warehouse installed on your property. These permits ensure that your structure meets all building codes required by your local building department and zoning office. If you don’t meet all local and state building codes or acquire all the required permits, your county may require you to halt your building project. There are some areas that may even charge a large fee or multiple fees for not following their codes. To put it simply, you can save yourself quite a bit of time and money by meeting all building codes and obtaining all the required codes.
We offer some of the most affordable buildings here at Coast to Coast Carports, including our custom metal warehouses. But no matter how affordable these structures may be, there are several factors that will need to be taken into consideration in order to finalize the price you pay. These include the size dimensions of your structure (the larger the building, the higher the price), additional customizations, install location, certification and manufacturer. And while it may seem as if your ideal prefab warehouse may be too expensive for your budget, there are two excellent financing and rent-to-own programs you can take advantage of. These programs are designed to help you get the structure you need and want for a price you can afford.
If you want to know more about the prefab steel warehouses we offer here at Coast to Coast Carports, feel free to reach out to one of our knowledgeable building specialists today at (866) 681-7846. You can also contact us by filling out our contact form, on Facebook, or even by email. We can’t wait to help you find the solution you need.