Steel Buildings, Garages and Barns


A garage is a fully enclosed unit available in Regular, Boxed Eve, or Vertical Roof styles. A typical garage unit will include a combination of garage doors, walk-in doors, and windows. These units can be fully customized to allow for vertical siding, side entries, partitions, and much more.

For pricing call your local Tampa Sheds Dealer.



10 Most Common Questions About Steel Buildings:

1 ) Do your Steel Buildings meet Florida Code?

Yes, all our steel products meet Florida code.

2 ) What are the dimensions of the Steel Building outside to outside?

It is Width x Length x Height. Example: 18 x 21 x 6 carport size, 18 x 20 x 6 base size. Note: Length dimension measured by the roof metal having a 6" overhang on each end so the bottom base rail is one foot shorter than the roof. Width is measured from outside base rail to other outside base rail.

3 ) What is the highest leg height I can get?

We offer leg heights up to 20'. A lull is required on site for all buildings with legs over 13' high. Please note that your set backs may change depending on your buildings height.

4 ) How much adjustment do you have to level your carport?

You have about 3" to 4" to adjust.

5 ) When are the extra 4' braces recommended?

When the leg height is 8' or taller on all sizes and with all 22' and 24' wide units.

6 ) Can you add to your carport / Steel Building after it's already installed?

Yes. There will be a small service charge; if the original carport was ordered from our manufacturer; and if you want to add walk-in doors or garage door to your carport, the original carport must be tall enough to fit the new doors you want to add.

7 ) What types of anchors do you use?

We have 3 different types of anchors: 32" rebar anchor for ground and asphalt installation; double helix mobile home anchor for ground installation only; and wedge anchor for concrete installation only.

8 ) What is the pitch in the center of the Steel Building?

The pitch varies depending on the width of the carport. Standard Buildings under 30' wide have a 3/12 pitch, and larger buildings have a 2/12 pitch. 


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