Create Your Very Own DIY Metal Garage Kit

September 4, 2014

There are various companies making metal garages in the US but Duramax have been on the job since 1983 and have honed the craft to perfection at this stage. While Duramax make a whole range of building products from metal sheds, vinyl garages to vinyl sheds even vinyl fencing and patios, it is their metal garages that are most popular.

In the old days pre 1980’s many folks went for traditional wooden type storage buildings but these days a wooden structure can work out a lot more costly in the long run and requires regular maintenance that eats into your time that could be used doing much more enjoyable tasks on the weekend.

The modular design of metal garage kits makes it really handy to install and it is always possible to replace a panel if your shed gets damages by a tree in a storm. All parts a numbered and can be purchased individually from any decent Duramax dealer.

Secondly once you have a level concrete base to place it on, the assembly process is fairly straight forward as all parts are numbered and can be easily referenced from the installation manual that comes with your diy garage kit. This starts by first setting out and squaring the perimeter rail that receives all upright wall panels and proceeding with roof installation. The whole process goes in a step by step sequence until the last screw goes in place and that’s it, you’re done.

A standard metal garage from Duramax is 12 feet wide by 20 feet long. They also make a 26 foot long and a 32 foot long garage that both offer substantial storage space ranging from 240 sq. feet up to 384 sq. feet. While there are larger buildings on the market these Duramax metal garages are sufficient for most average home users and do not impose too much on your existing home. Their neutral colors allows them to blend into most environments.

The front roll up door comes at 74 inches high and 98 inches wide allowing easy access for trucks or regular autos. The building also has a small pedestrian side door that proves useful for quick access in and out for tools etc. These doors can be padlocked ensuring a secure storage unit and peace of mind.

Similar to other Duramax buildings their metal garages carry a 20lb/sq. foot snow loading that is substantial in northern states in winter climates. They also stand up well in heavy wind areas and Duramax warrant these metal garages to withstand 115mph winds when the building us properly secured to the base.

A garage kit is an investment that you will use for a long time to come at you home. So why buy a Duramax garage you ask? Well they are maintenance free, they won’t break the bank in terms of cost and you get a quality US made product that carries a 10 year warranty. You will also be proud of the fact the you installed it yourself and saved thousands of dollars in the process.

Looking to find out more about metal garage manufacturers, then visit “Storage Shed Reviews” YouTube channel to get the best advice on various types ofDIY steel garage kits for your home and be sure to subscribe to get regular shed reviews each week.

 
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