Our building packages include an impressive list of standard features and offer you hundreds of ways to personalize your steel building kit. You can customize the look of your building with a unique color scheme or siding options and increase the functionality of your metal building by adding popular components. Your individual selection of accessories is what transforms your base building package from a standard shell into a garage, professional office space or trucking facility among thousands of other possibilities. Give us a call for assistance: 1-800-745-2685.
We know that RVs come in all shapes and sizes, and that makes it all the more important to choose the right metal RV covers. For RV owners, we are proud to provide a selection of covers and garages in a variety of sizes as well as more than a dozen color choices for the roof and trim. We want you to purchase the RV carport that meets all of your expectations!
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.
Purchasing your RV carports and metal RV covers from Absolute Steel assures you that we not only manufacture the best on the market, but that we know all about the subtle issues of storing your RV properly such as clearance heights on the different models, proper widths depending your storage purposes, and just about any other question that might come up.
There are three roof styles we have for customers to choose from; regular, boxed-eave, and vertical. The regular roof style garage is A-shaped and has curved ends, its sheeting running lengthwise. The boxed-eave roof garage has sheeting that also runs lengthwise, but its V-shape is flat all the way down. The vertical roof garage is shaped the same way as the boxed-eave, but as the name implies, its sheeting runs vertically.
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.