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30x60x12 Steel Workshop in Polo, IL

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Illinois, USA 61064
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  • 30' W x 60' L x 12' H (Sidewall)
  • 12 Gauge Steel (20 Year Warranty)
  • A-Frame Vertical Roof
  • Fully Enclosed horizontally
  • 1 10x10 roll-up door
  • 1 14x10 frame out
  • 1 30x30 window
  • 1 36x80 vinyl service door
  • Concrete sealant

4 Week Delivery installations* / 120 mph Wind Certified / All structures built per local code

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Taupe- Roof  / Arctic White - Trim / Taupe - Walls

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