Vertical Roof Garages are the most durable of all of the garages that we offer. Like boxed eave garages, these units feature the A-Frame roof system. Where the boxed eave has horizontally oriented roof panels, the Vertical Roof Metal Garages have vertically oriented panels. The corrugated ridges run up and down and that orientation is always used on a house or building roof so that drainage is not impeded, as can be the case with horizontally oriented panels. Since vertical is the best orientation on a roof, customers often ask why we offer roof systems with horizontal panels (regular style and boxed eave). Some customers want a lower cost building and since there are less components used to build the horizontal roof system, they are less expensive. Also, competitors offer these units and since customers want them, we offer them. The vertical roof system is always best on any garage because it is less prone to leaks over time. We do not even offer garages longer than 36' with a horizontal roof system and all units wider than 30' employ only the best vertical roof system. Take a look below at our product offering of the best metal roof system that you can own.
Vertical Metal Workshop Building 24'Wx51'Lx9'H
Vertical Roof All Vertical 2-Car Garage 22'Wx26'Lx9'H
Vertical Roof Side Entry Garage 24'Wx'26Lx9'H
Vertical Roof Metal Garage 22'Wx21'Lx9'H
Vertical Roof Double Metal Garage 20'Wx21'Lx9'H
Vertical Roof 2-Car Steel Garage 20'Wx21'Lx9'H
Vertical Roof Metal Shop Building 24'Wx41'Lx9'H
Vertical Roof Enclosed Steel Building 24'Wx51'Lx10'H
Vertical Roof All Steel Garage 20'Wx26'Lx10'H
Pre-Fab Metal Building with Vertical Roof 30'Wx61'Lx12'H
Vertical Roof Single-Car Garage 18'Wx21'Lx'7H
Vertical Roof Single-Car Garage 18'Wx26'Lx10'H
Since the roof style of Boxed Eave Garage closely match the roof style of most homes, it's a popular choice with our customers. Since the panels are oriented horizontally, the drainage is off of both the ends and the sides of the unit. With the vertical roof garages, drainage it off to the sides of the unit. If you are placing the metal garage adjacent to your home or another structure and are concerned with side drainage is a concern, this style garage may be your best bet.
There are limitations to the boxed eave roof system on the garage. If the unit is going to be installed in area that get heavy snow, the vertical roof is the best choice. With the horizontal panels on the boxed eave roof system, it tend to hold snow whereas the vertical roof will allow the snow to exit to side of the unit since the corrugated ridges are running up and down. Also, the longest, continuous panel that can be transported to the job site is 36' so that is the maximum roof length that we offer in this roof system. With the vertical roof, we can build a unit as long as you need.
Garages employing the boxed eave roof are available in widths up to 30' wide and in side heights up to 14' tall. We can install these units on most any site that is level, on concrete, ground, grass, gravel, asphalt, and even wood decks. Engineer certification is available for all of the metal garages that we offer. However, we cannot provide certification on units installed on a wood foundation and we do not install on floating docks. We can provide kits for the end user to install on a floating dock.
As with all of our products, both 14 gauge and 12 gauge framing systems are available. 29 gauge steel panels, as well as optional 26 gauge panels are also available. A variety of garage door sizes from 6' wide up to 12' wide are in stock and garage door heights up to 14' tall are available, as well. Other options such as windows, walk-in doors, lean-tos, interior end walls, and insulation is available in most areas. We offer 13 color choices and that be mixed or match the create a nice curb appeal for your new garage and your property. Call us today and we will help you get the perfect, A-frame Boxed Eave Garage that works for you!
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