Quonset Hut Garages
Garages often have many roles aside from storing cars. They hold tools, equipment, toys and can even be a place to escape the house. Need extra space or a workshop? Just add a few feet onto a quonset hut garage that has been customized for your needs. These affordable buildings do it all!
Sizing - Each building is custom engineered specifically for your needs. Widths start at 18 feet and go up from there.
Strength - Garages take a lot of abuse and these 100% steel buildings can handle it. You'll be shocked by how thick the steel is.
Simple to Build - These structures are an ideal DIY project since the panels are pre-cut and drilled. Just bring a wrench!
Customization - You get a choice of colors, size, accessories, doors, windows, vents, insulation and much more.
Made in USA - We think buying local is the way to go so we work with American factories and suppliers.
Engineering - You get the benefit of factory engineering to help ensure your garage is designed to last.
Lots of Space - The unique clear-span design of these buildings means no interior joists or framing take up space.
Affordable - If you can save money, we say go for it! While the raw steel is more than wood, you save from factory efficiency, less labor, often lower insurance premiums & less maintenance.
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Models of Quonset Garages
Originally quonsets came exclusively in a semi-circular arch style (Q Model below). Over time they shifted from a bare-bones military focus to be used for residential purposes like garages, workshops, etc. That shift resulted in a wide variety of profiles that are available today. Aside from aesthetics, these profiles all have their own popular uses and benefits. The most popular styles are listed below along with a few details.
P Model (A Model)
This is the most popular style of building for residential quonset garages. Its straight walls and peaked roof most closely resemble traditional buildings so it blends seamlessly with existing buildings, like your home.
S Model quonset garages are the second most popular (after A models). Straight walls provide tons of side storage space and a traditional look. The arched roofline provides a high ceiling which is easier to make than the A model's so it's normally less expensive.
While it's no longer the only model of quonset available, the Q Model is still a very popular option. This style of quonset is the easiest to manufacture so it's the least expensive for your garage. The sloping sides make it more suitable to larger commercial garages.
Want a simple carport, or do you want to build your own walls from bricks or another material to blend in with existing buildings? Then the R Model roofing system is your best option. Here the arch panels act as a roof to keep your cars safe and your costs down.
The sloping walls of the X model quonset offers additional strength over a straight wall design. This makes it a popular option for two car garages, commercial garages, or garage workshop combos in higher snow-load areas.
If you're looking to add an attached garage onto an existing building, then the T Model is likely perfect for you. Arch panels form the one side while the other can butt up against an existing building like your home.
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