Metal Garages for Sale
Looking for the ultimate storage solution for your vehicle, lawnmower, bicycles, or other valuable items? Alan’s Factory Outlet has a selection of metal garages with something for everyone. Our metal garage buildings protect your valuables from thieves and pests as well as harsh weather conditions, and storing your items under the shelter of a metal garage helps to keep them in good working order. At Alan’s Factory Outlet, we have dozens of quality metal carports and garages for sale, so we’re sure to have an option that’s perfect for your needs.
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Our metal garages are available in many different sizes and styles. We have metal garages with roofs in regular (barn), boxed-eave (A-frame), and vertical style. Our vertical A-frame roof is especially popular, as its design prevents snow from piling up by allowing it to slide down and drop off the edge of the structure.
Metal Garage Options
We have several standard steel garage buildings that can be customized to fulfill your unique needs. This allows you to order a steel garage that fits with the other structures on your property.
Here are some of the options you have when you order one of our metal garages:
- The addition of garage doors, walk-in doors, and windows
- Your choice of colors for the roof, sides, and trim
- Free delivery and installation with a one-year workmanship warranty from the date of installation
- Up-to-16-foot legs available
- 20-year rust-through warranty on framing of 14-gauge tubing or optional thicker 12-gauge metal tubing
Mobile home anchors are a good option if you don’t plan to place your garage on a concrete pad, as they can help to keep your garage more stable in high winds.
If you’re not looking for a fully enclosed metal garage, then a metal carport may be the way to go. Metal carports may be left open or partially enclosed, and they are usually very basic in structure, so they’re usually less expensive than metal garages. Triple carports, metal barn lean-to buildings, and 40-foot steel garages are also available options.
18x21 Regular Style Metal Garage
In Virginia and West Virginia, you also have the option of wood and vinyl garage buildings for sale. These prefab, Amish-built garages are delivered fully assembled and are available as two-car garages as well as two-story structures. These wooden buildings are excellent options for those who want a more traditional look for their garage structure.
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Frequently Asked Questions and Answers About Our Metal Garages
Does the Price for a Metal Garage Include Delivery and Setup?
Yes. Our steel garage prices include delivery and installation on your level land in Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, the District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia. We deliver and set up your sturdy metal garage so you can start enjoying it right away!
What if I Want to Pick Up My Steel Garage or Carport and Handle the Installation Myself?
We do not allow you to pick up steel garages from our warehouse. However, we do offer the option of having steel garage buildings dropped off at your home so you can assemble them. We prefer to deliver and set up our garage structures, but if you’d like to assemble yours yourself, you can. Although you will save 5% on the purchase price when you assemble your own metal garage, installing the garage yourself does void our one-year workmanship warranty.
How Long After I Order a Steel Garage Will it Be Delivered?
Time periods associated with delivery and installation vary depending on the state you live in. The delivery time for carports and metal garages is approximately seven to 30 days 50 percent of the time for the southern states, but northern states may have longer delivery times due to a higher probability of inclement weather.
Estimated delivery probabilities for carports and metal garages:
- Seven to 30 days: 50%
- 30 to 60 days: 40%
- 60 to 90 days: 10%
- 90 days or more: Less than 1%
The estimated delivery time frames are not guaranteed, but approximately 90% of the time, delivery occurs within 60 days of us receiving the order at the factory. Please keep in mind that harsh winter weather conditions can make it difficult to complete an installation, so if you live in an area that experiences a lot of snow and ice, there is an increased chance that the wait time could exceed 90 days.
If you wait more than 90 days for the delivery of your carport or metal garage, we will offer you a 10% discount off the balance due once the structure is installed. We can also provide a full refund of your deposit if you wish to cancel the order. However, for orders placed between Oct. 1 and spring in the District of Columbia, Indiana, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, and Pennsylvania, this guarantee does not apply, as installations and deliveries in these locations will most likely be delayed until spring due to the frequency of winter storms.
On the Day of Delivery, How Long Will it Take for My Metal Garage to Be Installed?
Most smaller-size steel garage buildings are installed in about half a day. This includes the metal carports in our inventory as well. The larger buildings should be installed in one day.
What Is the Difference Between the Regular, Boxed-Eave, and Vertical-Roof Steel Garages?
Look at the top of a regular-roof garage and you’ll see a barn-shaped roof with rounded sides. It is the most economical type of metal garage. The leg height on regular garage packages is 8 feet, but at the top of the bend on the leg, you have an additional foot, giving you 9-foot legs with a 9-by-8 garage door. The boxed-eave and vertical-roof metal garage packages come standard with 9-foot legs fully enclosed with a 9-by-8 garage door. The boxed-eave style has an A-frame gable roof with a 6-inch overhang on both sides. The vertical style is also built with an A-frame roof and has a 6-inch overhang on both sides. All of the steel structures have a 6-inch overhang on the front and back ends. There is one main difference between the vertical- and the boxed-eave-style roofs. On the vertical-style, the roof sheeting runs up and down, allowing snow to slide off the side of the garage structure. On the boxed-eave as well as the regular roof style, the metal sheeting runs lengthwise. Also, the bracing on the vertical sheeting is attached under the roof, which brings an extra element of strength to a vertical-roof garage.
Can the Metal Garage Be Made Taller?
Yes, you can make garages taller in 1-foot increments for up to 16-foot legs.
Do the Steel Garages Come in Wider and Longer Sizes?
Yes, we have a wide variety of sizes available for both our steel and metal garages. They can be 12 feet, 18 feet, 20 feet, 22 feet, or 24 feet wide. The triple-steel garages are built in 26-foot, 28-foot, and 30-foot widths. We also have 40-foot-wide models, available in lengths of 32 feet, 34 feet, 36 feet, 38 feet, and 40 feet. The lean-to model comes in 36 feet, 42 feet, 44 feet, 46 feet, and 48 feet. It has 12 feet on both sides of the building. The lengths start at 21 feet and get longer in 5-foot increments: 26 feet, 31 feet, 36 feet, 41 feet, 46 feet, 51 feet, 56 feet, 61 feet, 66 feet, 71 feet, 76 feet, 81 feet, 86 feet, 91 feet, 96 feet, and 101 feet. To make them longer than 41 feet, we attach two of our steel garages end to end, and they can be built longer than 101 feet. We recommend the vertical roof for any garage built 41 feet or longer.
Can the Metal Garages Be Made in a Custom Width or Length?
Yes, we can make metal garages in a custom size, but we’ll charge you for the larger standard size when we do so. For example, let’s say you need a 17-foot-wide garage and the standard widths are either 12 feet or 18 feet. In this case, we’d charge you for the 18-foot model. This rule applies to length as well: If you need the length to be 24 feet and the 26-foot model is too long, we can make the base 24 feet long, but we’ll charge you for the 26-foot model. When figuring out the size you need, remember that when we say 26 feet long, that figure includes a 6-inch overhang on the front and back ends, so the exact base is 25 feet long.
What Size Do I Need My Concrete Pad to Be?
All of the widths on the metal garage are the exact base rail dimensions. The length listed includes a 6-inch overhang on the front and back ends. If you order a 24-by-26 size, you want your concrete slab to be exactly 24 feet wide by 25 feet long.
What Is the Metal Garage Warranty?
We offer a one-year workmanship warranty on our metal garages. A 20-year rust-through warranty is included with steel garages with 14-gauge and 12-gauge tubing as well.
How Many Different Colors Are There to Choose From?
You’ll get your choice of roof and trim colors from 16 color options.
How Do I Order My Metal Garage?
Orders can be placed online or over the phone by calling 1-800-488-6903.
What Are the Payment Options for Metal Garages?
We accept personal checks, Visa, Discover, and MasterCard.
How Much Is the Deposit When Ordering a Steel Garage?
The deposit is 12 percent to 17 percent depending on the price. The remaining balance is due after the garage is installed.
What Kind of Braces Come With a Steel Garage?
Two-foot-long braces are standard on all of the center trusses and the four corners. Braces are standard on 8-foot legs and taller.
How Are They Anchored?
We anchor metal garages for free to the ground or asphalt with 32-inch-long rebar. We can anchor garages to a concrete slab with wedge anchors. Mobile home anchors are an optional upgrade if the garage is going to be placed on the ground.
What Is a Certified Metal Garage?
The certified package is available if you live in an area where you must present blueprint drawings of your steel garage to the local building department. These drawings show that the garage is rated for up to 140-mph winds and 30-psf snow load. The certified package is available at an additional cost depending on the size. Certified metal garages are built fully braced and include mobile home anchors if they are going to be anchored to the ground.