Metal Building Colors
Choose Your Color Scheme
Choosing a Metal Building Color Scheme
After you determine what type of metal building kit you need, it’s time to customize the look and functionality of your building. Here we will focus more on the aesthetics of your building, which primarily involves choosing your metal building colors.
More specifically, selecting a trio of options from our color chart below creates your metal building color scheme for the roof, walls and the trim.
Interactive Metal Building Color Chart
The interactive infographic below contains only the most popular colors selected by our customers to create their metal building color scheme. To see how a combination of colors looks next to one another, simply click the names of the colors below the pie chart to select and deselect building colors.
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Metal buildings are no longer constrained to simple design options. The colors displayed on this page are only the most popular. There are numerous other General Steel building color charts available and you can see an example of others color schemes in our photo gallery
The Location of Your Steel Building Colors
Choosing which colors will appear where is an important step in the design process with General Steel. The colors you select can make your building unique while also complimenting surrounding structures. Since there are so many metal building color schemes and color charts to sort through once you purchase your steel building, our team is trained to help you determine the best color palate for your project even if that means choosing a custom color that is not featured on this page.
Metal Building Colors from the Chart to Your Steel Building
Our customers tend to select their steel building colors based on one of the following three color combination definitions.
Colors that are shade or tint variations of the same hue.
Colors across from each other on a color wheel.
Colors located adjacent to each other on a color wheel.
Depending on your local municipality, the colors you select for your steel building may need approval before fabrication of your building.
The colors you choose should match or compliment existing structures especially if you are attaching to an existing steel building.
General Steel Paint Warranty
No matter which paint colors you select, your building will be covered by General Steel’s 40 year paint warranty.
This in addition to the General’s 50 year structural warranty are the longest and strongest warranties offered in the industry.
Colors on General Steel Buildings
Metal Building Color Schemes
Choosing your metal building colors is an important part of the design process. Not only does the color scheme you choose personalize your building, it also helps reflect solar heat according to the paint's solar reflectance index (SRI).