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18x25x9 All Steel Garage in Grant, Michigan

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This all steel garage was recently installed in Grant, Michigan. This garage will be for public display right off the M-37. Come check out this project in person.

14 Gauge 18 wide x 25 long (26’ roof length)
9’ Legs (Sidewall height)
A-Frame Roof Style
Vertical Roof Panels
Vertically enclosed sides
Vertically enclosed ends
10 wide x 8 high Roll-up doors (Color: Bronze)
Deluxe window
Window installation fee on vertical side
Two-tone Trim (Burnished Slate)

Burnished Slate
 - Roof   /   Tan - Sides & Walls   /   Tan/Burnished Slate - Trim / Burnished Slate - Two-tone

4 Week Delivery installations / 120 mph Wind Certified / 70 Psf Snow load

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Standard Roof

Standard or known as “Regular” roof style have rounded corners. The regular roof has no trim on your eaves, ridge cap, nor purlins (hat channel) making it cost effective option. Standard roofs are best used in areas that experience fair weather year round.


A-Frame Horizontal Roof

A-Frame Horizontal roofs give your structure a residential look. The sheet panels run from side to side and does not have purlins or ridge cap. The increase in price to upgrade to A-Frame Horizontal is the additional welding needed on your trusses (bows). An excellent option to keep your residential look for residential areas for a minimum upgrade costs.


A-Frame Vertical Roof

Known as the best choice for areas that experience extreme weather conditions, the vertical roof style is hands down the best choice for Michigan weather. The roof panels run from the pitch to the eaves causing heavy snows, rain, and natural elements to slide off the roof easily. In order to tie down the panels to the structure, we must add purlins or hat channels lengthwise making the structure more rigid. The finished look with special trim all around the roof and ridge cap makes this roof style the best option.