Our metal garage prices can be obtained one of four ways. If you want to design and build your custom garage, the most accurate price for your custom building can be obtained by using our Visual Builder Pro 3D™. You may also request an online quote using our quote request form or you may call us and we will be glad to provide steel garage prices to you.
If you’re just browsing at this point and trying to get an idea of what you really need, please visit the state specific pages listed below for a garage price list for your state. There, you can get an idea of what type of roof style or roof system that you might want and the options that you may want to add.
CLICK ON YOUR STATE FOR CARPORT PRICES
Why Are Metal Carport Prices Different from State to State?
Prices vary by state and by certification. In the southern states, snow loads are less than they are for the northern states and the price is a bit higher where those snow loads are greater. Additional structural components are required in the northern United States where greater snow loads are required. In the state of Florida, certified carports are required throughout the state and they are not in many other states. In addition, the state requires 150 and 180 MPH wind certifications, depending on the area the unit is installed. Most areas in the US require 130 MPH wind or less.
What are the Factors that Determine the Garage Price?
The primary factor that determines the cost of a garage is size. As with most anything construction related, the size matters! The larger the garage, the more it costs. Our recommendation for garages is to buy what you think you will need now and what you think that you will need in 10 years. Currently, you may have have two compact cars and an 20′ wide x 21′ long unit would work just fine for those. Do you think that might change in the next few years? With most people, incomes increase over time and people do tend to buy larger vehicles. Younger couples tend add to the family by having children and, of course, mini-vans or SUVs are needed! You may get into big boy toys later –like replacing your compact car with a full size four wheel drive truck! Just keep those things in mind when you make your purchase. It’s a lot less expensive to increase the width or length to the unit at the time of initial purchase. Since these units are modular, we cannot add width to the unit and we generally cannot add height to the unit as that involves removing the roof.
The second factor that adds some to the cost to metal garage prices is the roof style. The regular roof is the most economical unit that we sell. The boxed eave unit is a mid-range priced unit and without a doubt, it does look nicer than the regular style. The vertical roof unit is the best unit that we sell. It has more substantial trims and additional structural components, making it cost a little more. Because of the orientation of the corrugated ridges of roof panels on the vertical roof, it will last longer – shedding water, snow, leaves and other debris much more effectively than any other roof style.
The third factor is options. The more optional items that you add, the more the unit costs. Items like side height, number of garage doors, electric motors for garage doors, etc., all add to the cost of the unit. Our advice is, don’t go overboard and don’t go too cheap –do that and you’ll be very happy with your purchase.
As with all of our products, installation and delivery is free as long as your site is level. There are no other charges other than the sales tax, where applicable. Take a look at our garage price list for each state by clicking the links above or price it online with our Visual Builder Pro 3D™.