Your Steel Building Specialist
A 40x40 Metal Building a popular size for home workshops and commercial garages as well. This red iron pre-engineered building size typically consists of 2 - 20' bays. It would be easy to fit one or two large roll up doors along with a walk door to make this space usable for any number of purposes. You would have room for anything automotive including a lift and still have space for storage racks or machinery. This versatility is what helps make this a popular building size.
What could you do with 1,600 square feet of space to work with? I know I could put it to good use by having space to work and not have to move everything around. Just take a look at this picture. Wouldn't you hate to work with all this stuff piled up around you?
To be honest, this is really my basement workshop. I have squeezed everything I can into this 800 square foot space and it drives me crazy. As you can see stuff is piled everywhere. I can barely work on one project without having to move everything around just to get to it. With a 40x40 metal building, I could straighten up everything and have room for my project cars, wood working, storage and more. I could even install a car lift to make my life a little easier and safer working on all my cars.
I would even have enough space to separate my automotive tools from my wood working tools and be able to work on several projects at the same time.
If your like me and have more stuff than you have space for, our popular 40x40 steel building package is the perfect choice to give you enough room to enjoy your shop again.
Of course, you may be a business owner looking for more space as well. A 40x40 steel building offers a great option as either a working automotive shop, office building or storage warehouse.
How much does a 40x40 metal building cost?
There are many factors in the cost of a steel building such as wind and snow loads and options you want on your building. As you can see below, there is a range depending on how you design your building.
40x40x10 basic building starting at: $21,500* + shipping & tax (where applicable)
40x40x10 building with options - Call for Pricing
There are lots of additional options you can add to your building to make it just the way you want it! You can have wainscot, liner panels, roof extensions with or without soffit, skylights, wall lights, windows, and canopies to name a few. Not to mention taller eave heights to accommodate taller doors. Obviously these options can effect your price.
That's whe we are here, to help you get the 40x40 metal building you want with the options you need at a great price!
What makes a Renegade Steel Building Different?
Glad you asked! Not all steel buildings are made the same way. We specify requirements to make a Renegade Steel Building the best you can get for your money.
Let's start with the structure itself. Items such as girt and purlin clips are factory welded to the primary and secondary members. This means your erector won't spend extra time bolting on those clips in the proper location.
The base of our buildings uses formed base trim. This heavier gauge, one piece system installs quicker and reduces the possibility of problems seen with 2 piece systems as well as supporting your manufacturers warranty on wall panels.
Renegade's long-life, self drilling fasteners are cast aluminum zinc with a EPDM sealing washer help enforce the finish warranties and ensure a long lasting, rust free building.
The wall panels have a "PBR" profile which stands for Purlin Bearing Rib. While some other suppliers may use the standard panel, Renegade uses the "PBR panel on the roof and walls of our buildings. This feature gives the system rigidity and weathertightness. Other panel profiles are available and have the purlin bearing system.
One other BIG difference in a Renegade building is that whenever a customer decides they want a window, we always include a framed opening. This provides a sturdy and secure structure for the window to attach to. It also provides a better fit for weather tightness.
Other companies may take the cheap approach and just sell a window that simply screws into the wall panel.