Galvanized Steel

All of our materials used are 100% galvanized

14 gauge (.o75 inches) have a 10 Year Limited Warranty
12 gauge (.105 inches) have a 20 Year Limited Warranty


The baserail is the foundation of the building, each welded sleeve is approximately 4ft apart center to center. Longest single baserail that we manufacture is 25 feet long.


Vary from sizes of 12 feet wide up to 60 feet wide.

Sheet Panels

They are 29 gauge in thickness. Our longest single panel is 31′ long.

Walk-in Doors

34″ width and 72″ height


30″ width x 30″ height

Standard Anchors

All buildings anchored to ground come with pin anchors unless building is being anchored down on concrete.

Additional Anchoring

These are used for additional anchoring when needed.


These 18 gauge braces are used for center bracing and corner bracing.

Purlins / Hat Channels

Frame piece on A-frame Vertical roof that runs horizontal so sheet panels can be attached.

Vapor Barrier

Used to reduce condensation on roof.

Roll-up Door

We offer sizes starting at 6′ x 7′ up to 14′ x 14′.

J Trim

Used to trim out windows and walk-in doors.

L Trim

Used to trim out roll-up doors and edges of sheet panels for horizontal roofs/sides.

Ridgecap Trim

Used for the peak of an A-frame Vertical where sheet panels meet.

Boxed Eve

Used to cover truss overhang on A-frame styles where roof and side panels meet.

Customer Testimonials

Just wanted to thank you guys for doing a fantastic job. The installers were in and out. They made sure everything was done right before heading out. I’m very pleased with my new garage. Keep up the good work! – Glass

Guys came did a fantastic job. Worked fast and efficiently. Wanted to thank you personally nice doing business with you. – Frank

Thank you very much, the guys did a great job. Very nice and very fast! Thank you again! – Dennis

Office Hours

Monday………… 8:30am – 5:00pm
Tuesday……….. 8:30am – 5:00pm
Wednesday…… 8:30am – 5:00pm
Thursday……… 8:30am – 5:00pm
Friday………….. 8:30am – 5:00pm
Saturday…….. 8:30am – 12:30pm

Site Preparation

Site preparation is very important for a good installation. As a reminder we are not responsible for any site prep. Below are a few steps that will help with building install:

Check for underground lines, where anchoring will take place.

Land must be squared and leveled. Call for more details.

Minimum workspace of 2 ft around entire structure.

When overhead power lines are involved, a minimum of 10 ft is needed or power lines must be completely shut off.