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Factors That Can and Will Impact the Total Cost of Your Steel Garage
There’s no doubt that out of the many storage options available today, a fully enclosed steel garage is one of the most reliable and durable. In fact, most every customer in need of an affordable storage solution for both their personal and residential needs opt for a steel garage. But before you go out and buy the first garage you find, you should take all the facts into considerations, including the price of your unit.
Factors that Affect Metal Garage Prices
While steel garages are one of the most cost-effective storage options offered in the metal building industry, there are several factors that will affect its total cost. From the foundation they’re installed on, to the roof style that tops them off, most every component of a steel structure will factor into its price. Take a look below to find out more about these various factors.
- Size Dimensions – The size dimensions (width, length, height) of your steel garage are one of the main factors that will affect its final price. You can choose from our standard dimensions or customize your own, but it’s important to keep in mind that the bigger the building, the higher the price.
- Customization Options – We offer several customization options to choose from, including a variety of garage doors, walk-in doors, windows, roof styles, colors, foundations, and many more. Customizations such as vertical roofs, premium colors, windows, doors, and others will affect your final price.
- Local Building Codes & Requirements – The building codes and requirements in your area will depend on its typical weather conditions and the type of building you’re investing in. Depending on the codes, you may have to pay for permits and additional steel components for the unit.
- Location – Depending on the manufacturer that covers your area, they may charge additional freight fees for delivery.
- Current Prices of the Steel – Based on the rising demands of customers, the price of steel is always fluctuating. If the market price increases, the cost of your structure will most likely increase.
- Type of Foundation – There are four foundation types you can choose from, including asphalt, concrete, gravel, and soil. If you opt for a concrete foundation, you will have to pay a contractor to come in and pour a concrete slab for the unit. If your foundation is not level, some manufacturers will charge additional fees to level it for you.
Ready to Invest in a Metal Garage? Let Us Help You!
While investing in a metal garage can sometimes be overwhelming, it doesn’t have to be. We’ll walk you through every step of the way here at Central Steel Carports, from the first time you contact us to after the final sale. And despite what some people may think, we aren’t just trying to sell you a metal building that you may or may not need, we’re here to provide you with a reliable storage solution that will last for years to come. If you’re ready to invest in a steel garage for a price you can afford, give us a call today at (insert number here). We can’t wait to help you find the perfect steel building for all your personal and residential needs.