In North Carolina, we provide non-certified/non-engineered and certified/engineered metal barns and steel horse barns, depending on your area’s building requirements. We also provide clear-span agricultural barns up to 40′ wide. We offer side heights up to 14′ tall and can build any structure as long as you need. You will love the quality of our materials and our installation contractors take great pride in work that they do.
Whether you are storing you feed, housing livestock, or providing shetler for you farm equipment, Carport1’s metal and steel barn buildings for North Carolina offer a quick and economical solution. In recent years, steel buildings used as metal barn buildings and steel storage buildings have become the ideal solution for farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural producers due to the fact that they are generally less expensive than conventional construction and they offer shorter construction time-frames. Conventional construction often utilizes wood columns, as used on metal pole barns, and they are susceptible to rot, mildew, and termites. The metal and steel barns that we provide utilize either a 14 gauge or 12 gauge steel framing system that will never be affected by rot or termites!
North Carolina metal barns from Carport1 can be installed for all of the state of North Carolina. FREE installation and delivery to your site provided that your job site is level. Browse through the photos below to see our extensive selection of metal barns and steel barns. Our barn prices are always published for the state of North Carolina.
If you can’t find what you need, you can build it, price it, and order online using our Visual Builder Pro 3D™ app! See your custom metal barn building, carport, steel garage, or other building before you buy –including all of the available colors! Our metal barn prices for North Carolina include FREE installation as long as your site is level!No Product Found
We provide metal barns, steel barns, metal barn buildings, carports, garages, and other steel buildings for the state of North Carolina. Our North Carolina barn price list is valid for the entire state of North Carolina, which include: Aberdeen, NC, Albemarle, NC, Apex, NC, Archdale, NC, Asheboro, NC, Asheville, NC, Belmont, NC, Black Mountain, NC, Boone, NC, Burlington, NC, Carrboro, NC, Cary, NC, Chapel Hill, NC, Charlotte, NC, Cherryville, NC, Clayton, NC, Clemmons, NC, Concord, NC, Davidson, NC, Durham, NC, Eden, NC, Elizabeth City, NC, Elon College, NC, Fayetteville, NC, Forest, City, NC, Fort Bragg, NC, Fuquay-Varina, NC, Garner, NC, Gastonia, NC, Gibsonville, NC, Goldsboro, NC, Graham, NC, Granite Falls, NC, Greensboro, NC, Greenville, NC, Hamlet, NC, Havelock, NC, Henderson, NC, Hendersonville, NC, Hickory, NC, High Point, NC, Holly Springs, NC, Hope Mills, NC, Huntersville, NC, Indian Trail, NC, Jacksonville, NC, James City, NC, Kannapolis, NC, Kernersville, NC, Kingston, NC, Lenoir, NC, Lewisville, NC, Lexington, NC, Lincolnton, NC, Lumberton, NC, Maiden, NC, Marion, NC, Masonboro, NC, Matthews, NC, Mebane, NC, Mint Hill, NC, Monroe, NC, Mooresville, NC, Morganton, NC, Morrisville, NC, Mount Airy, NC, Mount Holly, NC, Newbern, NC, Newton, NC, North Wilkesboro, NC, Pinehurst, NC, Raleigh, NC, Reidsville, NC, Roanoke Rapids, NC, Rockingham, NC, Rocky Mount, NC, Salisbury, NC, Sanford, NC, Selma, NC, Shelby, NC, Smithville, NC, Statesville, NC, Thomasville, NC, Wake Forest, NC, Wilmington, NC, Wilson, NC, Winston-Salem, NC, Wrightsboro, NC, Yadkinville, NC, and other cities and towns in the Tarheel State!