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Large Metal Garage That You Can Utilize For Anything You Need

Garage January 4, 2016

Large Metal Garage That You Can Utilize For Anything You Need

Sometimes you don’t need to build a house, like when you already have one! But you might still be considering adding on a garage, or maybe building a garage as a separate structure.

This metal building garage is by Morton Steel buildings.

Some more information about this metal building:

Project Number: 136-2335

Location: Asheville, NC
Dimensions: 30’W x 10’H x 45’L
This garage was built for Mike of Asheville, NC

Special Features:

Morton’s Hi-Rib Steel
Cupola
Porch
Wainscot
Windows w/ Shutters

Find more from Morton steel buildings, and the metal and steel design and build companies we’ve indexed in our Home Designers and Builders Directory. You can search the company’s name and look builders near your area. And to see more metal homes, click here.

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Metal Buildings Style: Small House plus Hobby Garage, It has Some Interesting Advantages

Garage January 4, 2016

Metal Buildings Style Small House plus Hobby Garage

 

This is an interesting metal building set. I say set because it’s two buildings: there’s a small metal house and a few steps away, a larger metal garage. Both match in color and style, and they’re set on a nice driveway loop on this couple’s farmstead. It’s an interesting idea, having the garage and house separate, and it has a couple of advantages.

For one, noise in the shop is a bit separated from the quiet you’d probably like to have in your house. For another, the structures are separate so each can be modified or moved without disturbing the other. Want to expand on the metal garage: sure. It won’t bother you in the house much. Want to move the metal house to the other side of the property? You don’t have to think about costs and hassle of moving your work or hobby space.

Some more information about this metal building:

Project Number: B091023235/91-4794
Location: Oconomowoc, WI
Dimensions:   36’W x 12’H x 68’L + 18’W x 10’H x 24’L
These buildings were built for Roger & Betty of Oconomowoc, WI

Special Features:

Morton’s Hi-Rib Steel
Cupolas
Porch
Wainscot
Windows w/ Shutters
Morton’s Energy Performer Insulation Package

Find more from Morton steel buildings, and the metal and steel design and build companies we’ve indexed in our Home Designers and Builders Directory. You can search the company’s name and look builders near your area. And to see more metal homes, click here.

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