24x24 Base Steel Building Package

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Need Space? You Need the General!

Our 24×24 metal building package is as durable as it is versatile. This building differentiates itself with its all I-beam construction, 26-gauge sheeting and 50-year structural warranty. Additionally, our building packages are pre-engineered, allowing for do-it-yourself setup. Outfitted with your choice of components, this base building package can be transformed into a personal storage space, modest barn, or a place to park your camper.

Contact us using the form below, and our team will help you determine your 24×24 building cost, zoning requirements, and any additional components necessary for your area’s climate.

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If you need space…you NEED the General!

Base Building Package

A 24×24 steel building from General Steel gives you several options for personalization and flexibility, and because they are prefabricated, you can easily expand your space in the future. With a basic building package, you’ll receive the primary and secondary framing as well as the sheeting. All our building packages can be engineered for your location. Working with our components department you can customize the look of your building with a unique color scheme and improve the functionality by adding any number of components such as doors, windows and insulation.

Standard Features

  • Primary and Secondary Framing

  • 1:12 Roof Pitch

  • 26 Gauge Roof and Wall Sheeting

  • Fasteners

  • Sealants and Flashing

  • Deluxe Trim Package

  • Ridge Cap

  • Plans and Drawings

For information, please review our standard building features.

Warranties and Service


General Steel

Available Products

I-Beam Framing: 26 Gauge Sheeting

I-Beam Structural Warranty

50 Years

Add Colors

Roof, Trim, Walls

Paint Warranty

40 Years

Galvalume Roof Warranty

25 Years

Standing Seam Roof Warranty

20 Years

Project Coordinator

Included At No Additional Cost


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