Metal Garage Kits

Sizes We Recommend


Did you know that adding a high-quality metal garage building to your property could increase the value of your home? One study conducted by Florida State University concluded that the addition of a new garage could add as much as 13% to your home value. Of course, as is true with any home improvement project, the quality of the garage building will go a long way in determining what sort of equity gains you will realize over time.

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Warranties and Service

Brand General Steel
Available Products I-Beam Framing: 26 Gauge Sheeting, C-Channel Framing: 26 Gauge Sheeting
Add Colors Roof, Walls and Trim
I-Beam Structural Warranty 50 Years
Paint Warranty 40 Years
Galvalume Roof Warranty 25 Years
Standing Seam Roof Warranty 20 Years
Project Coordinator Included at No Additional Cost

Customizing Your Garage Height, Width and Length

Working with General Steel is a collaborative process that ensures that your final product reflects your specific needs. The process starts with a two-way conversation between you and our experienced team. We want to know exactly how you will be using your garage, how it will fit on your property, and your ideas for interior and exterior design, among other factors. We then research the location of the garage to ensure that it’s equipped to withstand the wind and snow loads of your area as well as any insulation requirements.

Once we get an idea of what building kit best suits your project, we work with you to add customization options, including a wide variety of doors, windows, and exterior color schemes. The ease of steel construction allows us to modify layouts and add further customizations without breaking your budget. From design to construction, we provide the materials and expertise to transform a building kit into a garage.

Browse Our Selection of I-Beam and C-Channel Garage Kits

General Steel provides I-beam structures produced with the highest-grade steel. These structures are more reliable than light gauge structures that are produced with low-quality aluminum. I-beam framing requires minimal maintenance due to its consistency and reliability, saving you time and money.

Perhaps steel’s greatest asset its strength, but it’s also an extremely versatile building material, allowing you to build a garage of any shape or size. Whether you are storing industrial-size equipment or personal vehicles, a steel garage provides the flexibility to get the building you need and the strength to ensure it lasts.

I-Beam vs C-Channel Garages

I-Beam Garage Pros

  • Produced with the highest quality steel, 50 year warranty
  • Able to withstand harsher weather
  • Any size is available

I-Beam Garage Cons

  • Higher initial investment
  • Concrete foundation or piers needed in all cases
  • No included walk door or framed openings

C-Channel Gauge Garage Pros

  • Includes one 3070 man door and one framed opening
  • Easier to assemble than I-beam garages
  • Cheaper upfront cost

Light Gauge Garage Cons

  • Only 4 sizes available
  • C-Channel framing is not as durable
  • Limited by height, wind and snow loads
How do I determine what size of garage I need?

This comes down to how you will use your garage. Is it intended to store large vehicles and equipment or serve as a personal space? Our team will help you find just the right size for your needs.

Do I need a garage or a workshop?

There are a few subtle difference in each building, and you may even need a combination of the two. See the link for more insight.

Can a garage actually increase my home value?

Yes, a study at Florida State University found that the presence of a regular-sized garage increased a home’s value by approximately 13 percent when compared to similar homes with no garage.

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