All Vertical Garage
Posted: February 7, 2017 by: asiadmin
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Durability and easy maintenance are what our metal buildings are best known for. With more than 16 years of experience, we know exactly how to make our buildings last a long time. If wind and snow loads are your main concerns, then you’ve come to the right place.

 

Among the many styles we offer, there’s a special one that we recommend to all our customers: the vertical style. When the panels run vertically, they let water, dirt, and snow run off easily. This type of roof is highly recommended in snowy areas. Our buildings are certified for 20–25 SPF, but don’t forget to check with your building department about snow-load requirements; if your city requires more, we can certify it by adding more trusses.

 

Our A-frame roofs come in a residential style too, so if you happen to live in the city or the suburbs, our buildings will blend in with the neighborhood. Keep in mind that vertical siding buildings have the advantage of allowing insulation to be added.

 

 

Take a look at this garage in Artesia, New Mexico:

 

30’W x 31’L x 12’H

 

12-Gauge Galvanized Tubing

 

2 – 10′ x 10′ Roll-Up Doors

 

36″ x 80″ Walk-In Door (side)

 

Fully Vertical

 

90-mph Wind Warranty (20 Concrete Anchors)

 

 

 

The garage comes with a 20-year warranty on rust-through of the framing, because it’s built from 12-gauge galvanized tubing. Another feature is the concrete anchors that we offer. Keep in mind that you can also get our 90-mph wind warranty if you purchase all the anchors required. The placement of doors is optional: they can go on the ends or on the sides. Remember that if the roll-up door goes on the side, the leg height needs to be at least one foot taller than the door.

 

 

We care for your needs, and it’s our responsibility to offer you high-quality service. We recommend to our customers what’s best for them. If you don’t know how to get started with your quote, simply give us a call! One of our sales representatives will help you with all your questions. Don’t forget to check our other blogs for more information and more recently installed units.

 

 

 

Versatile. Strong. Built to Last.