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Raised Center Metal Barns


Raised center style barns are unique agricultural buildings that have been designed and built with one raised center section and one lean-to attached to each side of the center. These barns, which share aesthetic similarities with traditional wooden barns, are built to blend seamlessly with modern home schemes. And because they offer such a generous amount of usable interior space, they can be utilized for most any agricultural need you may have.

  • Top-quality farm building, available at a surprisingly affordable price.
  • Functional yet attractive, to house your livestock, grain, or farm machinery.
  • Endless size options to choose from to fit your needs.
  • Guaranteed to meet or exceed all current local building codes and loads.
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Available Roof Styles for Raised Center Style Barns

The roof you choose for your structure is one of its most important components, not only because it provides your belongings with full coverage, but because it also adds to the structural integrity of the unit. For raised center aisle barns, there are two reliable roofing options to choose from; an A-frame horizontal style and a vertical design.

  • A-Frame Horizontal Roofs – A-frame horizontal roofing systems, due to their unique features and design, are often referred to as boxed-eave roofs. Installed with horizontally oriented paneling, they are best suited for areas that may be receive some high winds, but very light precipitation. The primary advantage to investing in this roofing system is you can own an A-frame style roof for only a fraction of the cost of our vertical option.

  • Vertical Roofs – While they may be slightly more costly than our other roofing option, vertical roofs are the most durable and most popular. They’re designed to withstand weather conditions in all climates but are highly recommended for areas prone to extreme weather conditions. Their vertical panels and additional framing pieces make them the best option available in the metal building industry.

Applications for Raised Center Barn Buildings

Designed with an open concept, these raised center metal barns also have the ability to fulfill a variety of residential and commercial purposes. And while we know most customers who invest in one will typically use it for their farm or ranch, it’s always nice to have options. If you’d like to know a few of the many ways you can take advantage of these versatile structures, take a look at the applications we’ve listed below.

  • Residential Home
  • Wedding Venue
  • Equipment Storage
  • Horse Barn
  • Business Office
  • Guest House

Coast to Coast Color Options

One of our many customization options here at Coast to Coast Carports, and one of the most fun to pick from, is colors. We have a collection of 14 colors to choose from as well as an uncolored Galvalume panel. All these colors are available in both our 29- and 26-gauge paneling, as well as our various trim options. And with our online Color Planner, finding the ideal color combination for the roof, trim and walls of your barn has never been easier. After you’ve selected your building style, you simply select which colors you like and apply them to part of the structure. When using this online tool, it’s important to remember that the colors may be slightly different in person than how they appear on-screen.

Sizes and Prices of Raised Center Barns

Because our barns are made to have three sections, choosing the size dimensions is slightly different than choosing them for our other building styles. There are standard size dimensions you can choose from, or if you prefer, you can customize your own dimensions according to your needs and preferences. The center section of your raised center aisle barn will need to be taller than the lean-tos, but if you have questions or would like assistance, our building specialists are always ready to help in any way they can. Keep in mind, the dimensions you choose for your structure will affect the price you pay!

Not only will the size dimensions of your barn take a toll on its overall cost, but so will its install location, added customization options, premium colors (if selected), manufacturer and certification. Taking all this in can be quite overwhelming, but we don’t want you to worry about not being able to afford the barn you need and want. We offer various financing and rent-to-own options for all our customers, offered by our various financing partners throughout the nation. These services allow you to set up an easy payment plan that won’t break the bank. You can find more information about these programs on our website or you can give us a call when you’re ready to get started.

Insulation Options at Coast to Coast Carports

While having a custom raised center barn installed on your property will be a huge convenience, having the structure insulated will make it comfortable AND convenient! We provide a Prodex Total Insulation for all our structures here at Coast to Coast Carports. At your request, this insulation can be installed between the paneling and frame of your structure, allowing it to maintain a comfortable temperature year-round. With a single layer rating of R16 and a double layer rating of R21, this insulation ensures your animals and equipment will stay in good condition and good health for years to come. If you’re interested in having your steel barn insulated, just ask your building specialist what the next step will be.

Get Your Ideal Raised Center Aisle Barn from Coast to Coast Carports

No matter what your needs may be, we’re here to make sure you get exactly what you need AND want at Coast to Coast Carports. And it’s because of you, our dedicated customers, that we’re able to keep doing what we love – helping others. Don’t wait to get the structure you need, just give us a call today at (866) 681-7846 and we’ll be more than happy to help.

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