Carports, in essence, are basically just standing roofs that protect your vehicles from overhead elements. In that sense, any building without walls could technically qualify as a carport. With our builder, you can make carports of all sizes. Single carports, RV carports, carports with attached storage sheds, carports appended to barns — the list goes on. Carports are the most affordable type of metal building, and you’d be surprised at how useful they can be!
We provide spacious buildings that can be equipped with generous garage doors, which means the sky is basically the limit if you’re looking for new vehicle storage. Want a massive warehouse-like garage that can hold ten different vehicles? Check. Want a single-car garage with a handy storage shed attached? Check. Want a garage with an attached carport on the side? Check. There’s nothing more satisfying than having a custom-designed garage that’s tailored to your own needs.
Barns are commonly used to house livestock, store farming implements, and other related machinery, such as tractors. But you don’t have to be a farmer to get good use out of a barn! Our metal building design tool allows for countless options. You can create a traditional barn with a large garage door, or perhaps a “half barn” that substitutes one of its lean-tos with a carport. You could make an open barn that has entrances on either side, and much more.
Any home, big or small, can benefit from having an extra building for storage. We’ve gotten many orders for storage sheds of different shapes and sizes. You can make it as simple as a small dark shack, or you can get fancy with doors and windows that suit your tastes. Storage sheds are easy to design, affordable, and useful — a no-brainer for anyone who needs some extra space.
With enough care and diligence, you can convert any building into a cozy little living space. Design your building with our online tool, outfitting it with whatever doors and windows you’d imagine in a little standalone home. At Boyle Buildings, we provide only the metal structure itself, so you’d have to finish the interior and add utilities separately, but it can be a great project for your home, and more affordable than going the traditional route!