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17May 2020Metal Buildings

Metal Storage Buildings - Much More Than Simple

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With a prefab storage building, you can keep all your assets covered for a much lower price than a wooden structure. Built with high-quality, galvanized steel and the most up-to-date techniques, our steel storage buildings are designed specifically to fit virtually any need. From larger storage buildings for industrial uses, to smaller storage units for more residential needs, we have it all here at Coast to Coast Carports.

Metal Storage Structures - Made the Right Way

When you purchase a metal storage building from Coast to Coast Carports, it is designed specifically for you and your needs. They aren’t just made to keep your property safe and secure from theft and harsh weather conditions; rather, they’re made to fulfill your every need and desire. A few of the many customization options you can include with your steel building design includes those we’ve listed below.

  • Appropriate Lighting - No matter what your current or future needs may be, there is a good chance you will want some source of lighting to keep your structure properly lit. You can choose from windows for a natural source of lighting or interior and exterior lighting to keep the area open.
  • Insulation- When it comes to adding insulation to your structure, it is usually for one of two reasons: to keep the temperature regulated throughout the changing seasons, or to protect your belongings from rapid temperature change. Nonetheless, adding insulation to your unit will add to its overall value, as well as making it more comfortable.
  • Doors & Windows with Other Accessories- We offer a variety of customization options including walk-in and garage doors, windows, color options, interior walls and many more. These accessories add to the overall value of your structure and make it more appealing to the eye.

They Are Much More Than Just Storage

Despite the popular belief that these structures are simple, steel boxes used to store your belongings, they can be used for so much more. Whether you’re planning to keep your classic car collection stored away inside, or those pesky Christmas decorations you never have room for, these structures can do it all. You can contact us today at 866 681-7846 or visit our website to learn more about our collection of steel storage buildings.

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