Single Slope Buildings

Let’s start by defining terms. A single slope or monoslope building refers to a building with a roof design that slopes down from the taller end to the shorter end. The metal building lean-to has been a popular application of the single slope design, commonly used to add an extra section of covered space to existing buildings.

But single slope structures can be used for more than just lean-tos. They make good standalone buildings in their own right, as well. For example, a 40×60 single-slope metal building works well for many low-rise commercial applications, including strip mall retail centers and storage facilities. Monoslope buildings provide an efficiency of precipitation drainage that other comparable buildings don’t afford. If you’re in an area that tends to get a lot of rain or snow, a single-slope roof design can be a great solution.

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