If you are looking for metal building materials, then look no further – Coast to Coast Carports provides everything you need! Our commitment to quality and care means that you can get your hands on what you need to build or maintain your metal buildings. From panels to brackets and anchors to hat channels, we offer it all. Call our team today at (866) 681-7846 to place your order.
Look at our metal building materials list to get an idea of what we can offer you:
With so many metal building materials for sale, you may want to find out more about what we offer and what makes it so unique. Take a look at the following to get a clear insight into our materials, and then get in touch to place your order:
When it comes to choosing the right gauge, you need to decide how thick you need your metal panels to be. 26- gauge is thicker than 29- gauge and each gauge comes with a range, meaning that they can vary slightly in weight per panel. Our materials come in 12 different colors so that you can personalize them to suit your property and design goals.
If you are looking for an affordable option that will provide you with good coverage in areas with moderate climates, then a 29-gauge will cost you the least, and a 26- gauge will cost a bit more.
The great thing about steel is that no matter the gauge, you will be getting access to durable and dependable materials. However, if you live in an area that experiences high levels of snowfall, then a 29- gauge may not be able to handle the load, and a 26- gauge is recommended.
All of our trim comes in 12 different colors, and you can choose from standard or custom options to make your building look precisely the way you want it to. Choose from:
When it comes to finding the right framing members for your roof and walls, then our hat purlins are the obvious choice. With galvanized steel options in 20′ and 20′ 2″ – your needs will be met.
Another common sight on a metal building materials list is an 18-gauge C brace. These c braces are made from steel and are then connected together to create a c-channel building. All our c channel options come in 18- gauge steel, giving you the confidence you need to know your building is as strong as possible.
If you are not sure of the difference between 12- and 14- gauge, then it is simply the strength that they offer that makes them different. 12- gauge is the thicker option but 14- gauge is cheaper and is most commonly used in metal buildings. However, if you live in an area that experiences extreme weather, we would suggest that a 12- gauge is the best option for you.
Most of us would not stop to consider the types of screws we need other than the size they come in. However, choosing the right metal screws will help you build a superior building every time. Choosing cheaper screws can lead to leaks and rust, causing your building to degrade far sooner than it should. Our galvanized steel screws are designed to last and provide the water tightness your building needs.
With so many types of brackets available, it is important that you get the right solution for your new building. We offer both L and flat bracket options made from steel and engineered to provide the right support to your building for many years to come.
Our anchors provide anchorage for any of our metal buildings and work by securing your base-rail. Designed for buildings that have been installed onto the ground, these anchors are augered into the ground and provide long-lasting support for your build.
Choosing metal building materials is not only good for your wallet and the environment, but they also provide the strength and support that you need. Check out some of the main benefits that come with choosing metal building materials:
When you need to get your hands on high-quality materials for your steel building, then we are the obvious choice. As a leading metal building manufacturer, we understand the need for the best materials at the best prices, and we are committed to providing them for you. Our dedicated team is focused on your satisfaction and is on hand to help whenever you need it. Call today at (866) 681-7846, and place your order with one of our experts.