This wood hardness list ranks 75 types of wood by their Janka rating. Explore our wood density chart to see which hardwood is the best for your next project! The Janka hardness scale measures the force that’s required to embed a steel ball halfway through a sample of wood. The ball is 0.444 inches in diameter and fired with increasing force. The pounds of force (or newtons if you’re using the metric system) needed to push the ball to the center is the Janka value you end up with. It’s a great way to measure how resistant a piece of wood is to denting and wear. Our Janka wood hardness chart shows how durable certain wood types are.
We have three options available for your RV cover, including our most popular option, the regular roof cover. This roof cover is ideal for areas where temperate climates and mild weather is the norm. For snowier or more wintry sections of the country, we recommend our other two types of roofs, since they are engineered to withstand more extreme conditions. The boxed eave roof has an A-frame design shelters and is made with stronger material that withstands more brutal weather than the regular roof type shelters. Our vertical roof shelters for our RVs has a vertical design that allows snow to dissipate quickly, which is recommended in areas where harsh weather is common. Work with us to determine which roof type best suits your needs.
The metal storage buildings we sell are available in many different sizes and designs. We recommend taking measurements of the area where you plan to put your metal building to start off. If you’re not sure which size would be best for your space, call us: We’d be glad to help you find a steel storage building that suits the dimensions of your property from our large selection of metal building kits. Other things to think about when you are browsing our selection of steel buildings for sale include the size of your garage door and options like walk-in doors, windows, extra braces, 12-gauge tubing, and taller sides. You can choose a color for your metal building from a wide range of options, including cream, brown, green, blue, gray, and black. Our color chart shows the complete list of choices.
Yes. There are a wide variety of sizes available for our custom metal buildings. They can be 12 feet, 18 feet, 20 feet, 22 feet, or 24 feet wide. The triple metal buildings are built 26 feet, 28 feet, and 30 feet wide. We also have our 40-foot-wide models, which are available in lengths of 32 feet, 34 feet, 36 feet, 38 feet, and 40 feet. The lean-to is available in 36 feet, 42 feet, 44 feet, 46 feet, and 48 feet. The lean-to has 12 feet on both sides. With those models, the lengths start out at 21 feet and get longer in 5-foot increments. The available lengths include 26 feet, 31 feet, 36 feet, 41 feet, 46 feet, 51 feet, 56 feet, 61 feet, 66 feet, 71 feet, 76 feet, 81 feet, 86 feet, 91 feet, 96 feet, and 101 feet. They can be built longer than 101 feet as well. To make them longer than 41 feet, we simply attach two end to end. We recommend the vertical roof for any built 41 feet or longer.
RVs are a life-goal for many of us. Traveling the open road is a fantastic experience, and not being tethered down makes that experience all the more worth living. If your RV gets damaged from a passing storm in between trips, the results can be devastating both to your wallet and to your future endeavors. That’s where our RV carports and covers come in. Carport.com RV carports and covers are tall metal structures, sometimes with overhangs on the sides (depending on your preference) that keep your RV safe from debris like falling branches or even trees. RV carport covers can help you keep the dream alive.
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Many states & cities require building certification. We can install this Boxed Eave Style Metal RV Cover With Horizontal Roof on your level ground or existing concrete slab. Certified up to 140 MPH Wind Speed & 35 PSF Snow Load with the Standard 14 Gauge Steel Frame. We offer up to 65 PSF Snow Load Certification in any state we service for an additional charge if needed. Comes with a 90 Day Workmanship Warranty on Installation.
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.
If you’re not looking for a fully enclosed portable metal garage, then a metal carport may be the way to go. Metal carports may be left open or partially enclosed, and they are usually very basic in structure, so they’re usually less expensive than metal garages. Triple carports, metal barn lean-to buildings, and 40-foot steel garages are also available options.
This metal hardness chart organizes different types of metal using the Mohs hardness scale, a metric used by scientists to determine the scratch resistance of different minerals. With diamond at the top of the scale at a score of 10, elements and alloys can fall along the metal hardness scale from 10 (the most scratch-resistant) to 1 (the softest). We’ve arranged common metals in order of hardness in our handy chart and in this list. Our list includes different kinds of metal from metallic elements like silver to common alloys like steel.
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.
We offer standard sizes to save you time & money. They are priced 12' wide, 18' wide, 20' wide, 22' wide, & 24' wide, & in lengths they are priced 26' long, 31' long, 36'' long, & 41' long. We can build any custom size in between these sizes. Any custom size is priced the same as the next size up. I.e. a 14' 0" wide is priced the same as a 18' wide, a 34' long would be priced the same as a 36' long, etc..
A motorhome carport can be turned into a garage easily by just adding walls and doors to the structure. Many of our customers who purchase an RV cover online prefer adding side panels to cover one side of the carport for protection from harsh elements. While an awning from the sides doesn’t fully enclose the carport like a metal garage, it does provide the space needed for maneuvering your RV.
There are three types of RV carports – regular roof, a-frame roof, and vertical roof. We provide you with the choice of roof style and wall panel style, all depending on your personal preferences. You are also given the options of a roof-only carport, a carport with panels or a fully-enclosed garage. Your customization options range from the regular style roof (good) to boxed-eave style roof (better) to vertical style (best) that doesn’t allow anything to settle on your paneling. Our RV carports can be built starting at 12′ wide going up to 60’ wide; however, you need to keep in mind that your RV carport cannot be built taller than the width.
In Virginia and West Virginia, you also have the option of wood and vinyl garage buildings for sale. These prefab, Amish-built garages are delivered fully assembled and are available as two-car garages as well as two-story structures. These wooden buildings are excellent options for those who want a more traditional look for their garage structure.
The process of getting your own turnkey, pre-engineered metal building is very easy. After you consider the options and order one of our metal buildings for sale online, we’ll make arrangements with you for a convenient delivery date. When our knowledgeable installers arrive at your residence, we’ll begin the steps of assembling your new custom metal building on a level piece of your property. We anchor our custom metal buildings to the concrete or ground for extra stability.