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Vertical Roof Garages

You want to complete your metal garage with something sturdy that will stand up against the elements. Choosing your roof style is one of the first, and most important, steps to designing your custom metal building. Our vertical roof is the strongest type you can get on your steel structure.

Vertical roofs are the best choice for areas that experience extreme weather such as high winds and heavy snowfall. The vertical paneling helps snow, fallen leaves, rain, and other debris slide right off the roof and its rugged design helps keep your garage from being blown over. The support from steel reinforcements underneath allows the steel garage to withstand the heavy load of snow. Due to this feature of vertical steel sheeting, vertical style garages are much easier to maintain. Our enclosed vertical garages are also more durable, versatile, and cost-effective. Along with their paneling, these structures are engineered with ridge caps and a hat channel that provide additional stability and protection.

Applications of Vertical Roof Style Garages

The most common use for vertical roof garages is as a safeguard for vehicles and outdoor equipment from the elements. Many customers also exercise the freedom to adapt their new custom structure to suit a variety of needs. For example, you could add a lean-to onto your new vertical garage, section off the interior space, and use the unit as a dog kennel. This provides a safe home for your beloved animals while also providing space for storing your tools, vehicles, lawn equipment, and other valuables inside the garage. You could also add electricity and plumbing to create a comfortable living area or office space for your side business. Our vertical steel garages are engineered to have a flexible design, enabling our customers to suit almost any purpose.

Vertical Roof Garages – Size and Pricing

Standard sizes for vertical roof garages start at 12’ wide and 21’ long and can be designed as wide and as long as you need. While there are limits to the maximum dimensions of metal buildings with regular or boxed-eave roofs, the added strength a vertical roof provides allows us to build to practically any desired size dimensions you may have, as long as your site is big enough and is properly leveled. The size dimensions you choose for your vertical steel garage will obviously be a primary factor in pricing the unit. Other factors that affect price include installation location, manufacturer, and any custom options you may choose to add. We have partnerships with almost 30 manufacturers across the country, each of them supplying us with their own pricing sheets. After taking the stated factors into consideration, we will finalize the price of your new garage using the pricing sheet. A standard 12’W x 21’L vertical roof garage has a base price of $1,400.

Available Features for Vertical Roof Garages

  • Up to 18 available color options (varies by the location), free of charge.
  • Roof Styles – Regular, A-Frame, Vertical
    1. Regular Roof – This is the most economical option offered at Carport Central. It features horizontal panels and is recommended for areas that experience moderate weather conditions.
    2. A-frame Roof – Similar to the regular roof, this style has horizontal paneling. However, it is great in areas that experience some high winds, but not heavy rain or snowfall.
  • Windows are available in our standard size of 30”x30”, other sizes are available (varies by location).
  • Garage doors and frame-outs are available and can be customized to fit your unit.

For additional information on the above features, and more we haven’t listed here, contact one of our building specialists at (844) 860-4950.

A Few Things to Consider Before Purchasing a Garage

From the first phone call to the day of installation there are a number of things running through the mind of the customer; here is a list of items to keep in mind when planning for your custom metal building:

  • Finding the perfect installation site is important to the process. You will need to check with your local municipality to see if there are local building codes that require a building permit for installation. Once you have acquired the information, please inform your building specialist.
  • Once you have obtained your building permit, if required, the next step is to prepare your site. Before your unit can be installed, the assembly site must be cleared of any vegetation and debris, then leveled. If our crew arrives on the scheduled and your site is not level, you will have to reschedule, and a return trip fee may be charged.
  • Depending on your location and typical weather conditions, you may or may not need to have your building certified. Certified structures are engineered to meet local wind and snow ratings. There are some areas that do not have local wind or snow ratings, meaning you do not have to certify the structure. Check with your local ordinances for more information.

Why Choose Carport Central?

There are many companies in the metal building industry, each one different from the next. While each one may offer similar products, the service and additional programs provided to our customers set us apart from other companies. From the first phone call all the way through to the installation and beyond, we are here to help in any way we can. If you’re ready to start this journey with a company you can trust, give us a call at (844) 860-4950 to speak with one of our building specialists.

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