Introducing our saltbox style steel building…
The Maricopa features a gently sloping roof (front to back) which has a 1/12 pitch to it, meaning that for every foot, the roof drops (or increases) 1 inch for every 12 inches of roof line. At the present time, the Maricopa saltbox style steel building is only available in a length or building depth of 24 feet or less. Widths can be as you wish but we highly recommend the 24′ wide or the 30′ wide. Either choice gives you ample room for two cars, serviced by either a single garage door or two.
Dress up your saltbox style steel building!
- On the front façade, use simulated steel tile that looks like clay mission tile.
- Or use the dressy steel shingles as featured on metalroofingsource.com
We offer two models:
- Model 1: 24’ W x 24’ L x 10.5 H front sloped to an 8.5’ H back end.
- Model 2: 30’ W x 24’ L x 10.5 H front sloped to an 8.5’ H back end.
Note: Pricing does not include concrete, installation, building permits or original stamped and sealed engineering. This building is designed for low lying areas with a 25 PSF Roof Snow Load or less.