Pictured above is one of our Regular Roof One Car Garage with features of both an open carport and an enclosed garage, all combined in the same structure. The total dimension of this prefab metal garage is 20'W x 26'L x 8'H.
It provides a floor area of 500 sq ft that is a combination of various types of storage space. The carport section of this type of metal garage is open and accessible yet is properly sheltered. As such, this part is ideal for sheltering vehicles, tools, etc. that need to be moved frequently.
Meanwhile, the garage section is fully enclosed on all sides. For your valuables that need the utmost protection from natural and human threats, this section does the job. But the versatility of this metal garage is not its only advantage. This prefab metal garage looks incredible, is extremely affordable and lasts for years.
Features of 1 Car 20x26 Regular Roof One Car Garage
The garage portion of this regular metal building measures a total 20'W x 20'L x 8'H. This dimension can comfortably house a single medium-sized truck or car. The front end of this metal garage contains one of our sturdy 9'x8' metal garage doors to assist with the smooth movement of vehicles and equipment.
There is also a 36"x80 walk-in door, for normal access, and a 30"x30" single pane window, for light and ventilation, on the same end of this section.
Carport of this regular metal garage buildings form more of a sheltered porch in front of the enclosed shed. It is 20'W x 5'L x 8'H in size. On all the three sides not fixed to the main garage section, the carport is left completely open.
You can, however, quickly increase the coverage of the carport. Adding a gable or enclosing the side and ends can help you better protect your valuables from the elements.
The structural framework along with the roof is what makes this metal garage as sturdy as it is. 14-gauge galvanized steel tubes form the tubular framing of the entire structure. Also, the bows of the roof are bent into shape to give that distinctly curved roofline.
The horizontal panels on the roof have great longevity and also help significantly to reduce the cost of the entire prefab building. You can also upgrade to an A-framed roof for added structural strength, though.