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    Prefab steel building kits

    Looking for a prefab diy steel building that will be installed on a concrete pad. The size I'm looking for is 24'x'24' with 10' side walls.
    ***The hardest part is finding a company that will unload the pallets when delivered. Also easy enough to build by myself with no help. Looking for a steel frame and steel siding garage.
    So does anyone know of any companies that is NOT like a versatube style building?

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    Look here tons of styles and prices sure delivery is not that big a deal just a extra cost. It was a good day when my materials were dropped off for my 48x60 barn.Click image for larger version.

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ID:	713358https://www.cardinalcarports.com/pre...etal-buildings

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    Cardinal carports don't service in my area.
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    on that size of building freight will be a big factor so close proximity is a cost savings.....just google pre-engineered metal buildings in your area and get prices...finding one close will more than pay for the cost to hire someone to unload it for you...the hardest bundle to unload will be your roof sheets so would be good to find out the weight of that package to find someone to unload...might luck into a company that unloads anyway

    i have seen 2 guys unload that size building by hand....or a small tractor will do it allso

    in my area ...if you want a wood/steel combo the lumber yards sell packages and unload and would probably be a good resource for companies in your area that provide what you want...

    when in doubt ....ask at lumber yards...and concrete companies they usually know who does what
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    This is the manufacturer that I used. It's my understanding that one company actually manufacturers all "red iron" steel buildings except a small percentage.

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    They gave me 3wk notice of delivery and I had a forklift ready when the truck came. I had all the structure up in 4 days by myself. Lots of up and down a ladder, but doable. I called some friends to help with insulation and sheeting. Super easy. Wouldn't hesitate one second to do it again.
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    here is a link to accredited mbma members but these are the "large" manufacturers for every one of these there are 10 un-accredited companies .......as Big said many of the smaller companies usually do not manufacturer all the parts they sell....some may get their purlins or sheet metal elsewhere and package it with their frames ....


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    If delivery is you main issue, rent a small telehandler for the day, or a week or even a month to help with construction.

    Also, from personal experience, 24x24 is not very big if you have "toys", it fills up quick and get pretty small when you add shelving/racking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    If delivery is you main issue, rent a small telehandler for the day, or a week or even a month to help with construction.

    Also, from personal experience, 24x24 is not very big if you have "toys", it fills up quick and get pretty small when you add shelving/racking.
    That is the way to go. That stuff is heavy. Check rentals out ahead of time. Some places make you take a safety class before you can rent. Many have different rules on insurance also. You'll want to make sure you have that all squared away ahead of time.

    Rent the basket for it too if they have one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big View Post
    This is the manufacturer that I used. It's my understanding that one company actually manufacturers all "red iron" steel buildings except a small percentage.

    Metal Building Supply Company | Home

    They gave me 3wk notice of delivery and I had a forklift ready when the truck came. I had all the structure up in 4 days by myself. Lots of up and down a ladder, but doable. I called some friends to help with insulation and sheeting. Super easy. Wouldn't hesitate one second to do it again.
    Hey Big,, your building sounds interesting,,
    can you give us an idea of what just the building cost? I know concrete will vary a LOT by area,,
    I think I am close enough to you that the cost would be similar,,,

    Also,, a pic would be great,,

    I have been thinking about something like this to use as a fab shop, not a place to store machines,,

    ,, and size would be great!!
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