Regular roof RV covers are strong and robust. They have the roof panels lined up horizontally running through the length of the building. The A-frame RV carports are stronger and have a more traditional boxed eave. The Vertical style RV carports are the strongest and have the panels running from top to down on the carport letting the snow, dirt, and debris fall off to the ground. The Vertical style RV covers have a 20-year rust through warranty on the roof panels while the horizontal roofs on boxed eave and the regular style motorhome carports only have the warranty for buildings 36 feet long or less.
The estimated delivery time frames are not guaranteed, but approximately 90% of the time, delivery occurs within 60 days of us receiving the order at the factory. Please keep in mind that harsh winter weather conditions can make it difficult to complete an installation, so if you live in an area that experiences a lot of snow and ice, there is an increased chance that the wait time could exceed 90 days.
Motorhomes and recreational vehicles serve as a second home, deserving the highest level of protection. Constructed with 26- or 29-gauge steel sheeting and 12- or 14-gauge steel tubing, our covers included warranties up to 40 years – a lifetime of protection. Since RVs are as varied as their owners, ProBuilt can deliver a wide range of steel motorhome covers to suit your needs, or design a custom structure just for you. If you can drive it, we can protect it.
Look at the top of a regular-roof garage and you’ll see a barn-shaped roof with rounded sides. It is the most economical type of metal garage. The leg height on regular garage packages is 8 feet, but at the top of the bend on the leg, you have an additional foot, giving you 9-foot legs with a 9-by-8 garage door. The boxed-eave and vertical-roof metal garage packages come standard with 9-foot legs fully enclosed with a 9-by-8 garage door. The boxed-eave style has an A-frame gable roof with a 6-inch overhang on both sides. The vertical style is also built with an A-frame roof and has a 6-inch overhang on both sides. All of the steel structures have a 6-inch overhang on the front and back ends. There is one main difference between the vertical- and the boxed-eave-style roofs. On the vertical-style, the roof sheeting runs up and down, allowing snow to slide off the side of the garage structure. On the boxed-eave as well as the regular roof style, the metal sheeting runs lengthwise. Also, the bracing on the vertical sheeting is attached under the roof, which brings an extra element of strength to a vertical-roof garage.
We ship nationwide directly to you or your job site. Our prices include FREE JOB SITE DELIVERY except to AZ, AK, & HI. Alaska and Hawaii shipping is calculated by individual quote. Arizona has customer yard pickup available, but individual shipping can be calculated. Your steel garage frame kit will be shipped directly from us via common carrier. In most cases the exterior panels and trim will be shipped from the panel supplier in our network that is closest to your job site location. We have an extensive nationwide database of suppliers for your paneling and reduced shipping is another reason we are able to provide lower prices.
All of our cheap steel buildings include free delivery for greater savings, and we’ll also build the structure on your property for free. Your new building will require a level surface for its foundation, though: A level gravel base or a concrete pad is recommended for all buildings we sell at Alan’s Factory Outlet. Placing your modular structure on this type of foundation gives it an extra element of sturdiness. Our prefabricated metal buildings for sale can fit a large number of existing foundations, and if you have any questions about whether your existing site will work for a new metal building, just give us a call and we’ll help you figure out the details.
“Timing was an extremely important factor for us and we knew no one in America could get a steel building on site quicker than Armstrong Steel - so the choice was easy. With all of the unscrupulous steel building companies out there today, we're glad we chose Armstrong Steel because we got what we paid for and THEN some AND they came through in a pinch!”
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