The Gabled End style steel building has two sloping roof sides that come together at a ridge, creating end walls with a triangular shape at the top. That triangular shape is actually the gable.
The Gable style building is the most cost effective and versatile. Looking for a taller building with more open space in the second story? This is a probably your best choice with the benefits of design flexibility.
- Two Tone Waincoating at the Bottom to Match
- Large Doors to Put in Bigger Trucks or Tractors
- The Design of This Building is Well Suited for Farm Equipment or Possibly a Shop
- Hay Storage
- Over Head Door in Both Ends for Cross Ventilation
- This is a Wood Carving Shop
- Plywood Roofing with Metal on Top for Greater Strength
- Vents were Placed in the Gabled Ends to Reduce Even More Condensation from Drying Wood
- Excellent Option for a Professional Looking Warehouse with Good Street Appeal
- Awning Adds Character as Well as Shelter from the Weather
- Many Siding Options Including Non-Metal, Modern Options
- Large Doors can be Placed in Any Bay, not Just in Center