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A quality horse trailer shed or stock trailer shed

Horse Trailers can be a costly investment, and insuring the longevity of your live stock trailer starts with a quality metal horse trailer shed as the one pictured below.  This horse trailer carport or stock trailer shed is a regular roof system which means the roof panels are hung horizontally.  Horizontal panels run the […]

By |June 5th, 2017|Agricultural Buildings|0 Comments

Metal Boat Covers/Boat Carport

Owning your own boat can be a lot of fun and provide enjoyment for the whole family for years to come.  However, the upkeep and maintenance boat owners experience can sometimes be almost as large of an effort in labor as was the usage.  That’s why at Gatorback Carports we have focused on building […]

By |June 1st, 2017|Boat Carports|0 Comments

Metal Boat Carport offer extreme protection

Building a boat carport is an aspect of our daily routine at Gatorback Carports.  We often build a metal boat carport or metal boat shed on a deck; it may be in a boat slip or a marina. If you have invested in a boat then you’re probably serious about protecting that investment without […]

By |June 1st, 2017|Boat Carports|0 Comments

Metal Building Concrete Pad/Ground Check List

 Checklist for Metal building Concrete Pad and ground:

1.  Carefully consider the location of the installation:

 Make sure that the locations and sizes of all existing structures (especially consider any covered decks & porches) will fit with your proposed new building and your entrance and exits to and from the building provide ample room for […]

By |May 29th, 2017|Concrete Pad Size Suggestions|0 Comments

Agricultural Metal Buildings

Protecting your farm equipment with an agricultural metal building is important when you’ve made an investment in something so expensive and there is nothing that can do it better than a metal building designed for your particular usage.  At Gatorback Carports we have a design team that works on large buildings every day.  We […]

By |May 25th, 2017|Agricultural Buildings, Barns|0 Comments

Gatorback Carports Concrete Foundation Specifications

Concrete foundation specifications are specific for every building in relation to the width, length, height, weight of the building, zoning, location and more.  Your concrete specs will vary depending upon your location and weather patterns.  The following are examples of common concrete foundations.
We suggest using a 12 inch by 12-inch footer around […]

By |March 10th, 2017|Concrete Pad Size Suggestions, Metal Garage|0 Comments

“The 7 Steps to Successful Metal Building Concrete Pad Construction”

Today we will be reviewing 7 important steps when building a concrete pad for your metal building, carport, or garage.

1st  The concrete Pad Length should be 1′ (foot) less than the length of the Metal Garage because there is a 6” (inches) overhang on the front and rear  of the gable roof line totaling […]

By |March 10th, 2017|Concrete Pad Size Suggestions, Metal Garage|0 Comments

Steel Garage save 50%

If you wanted to save 50% or more on your next garage then build it with steel.  In this article we will look at two similar built buildings one garage made of wood, and the other made of steel.  We will view each building for its attractiveness, and performance features and determine if the […]

By |July 6th, 2016|Metal Garage|0 Comments

How to Determine Concrete Pad Size

Concrete Pad Sizes Suggested on Metal Garages

There are two very important aspects when building a concrete pad for your garage please be sure to review both in this article.  We will look at the following in this article.

1. Concrete Pad Dimensions:  It is necessary to obtain an exact fit so that the exterior […]

By |July 1st, 2016|Concrete Pad Size Suggestions|0 Comments

Why RV Enthusiast Own RV Carport Covers

 Why All Serious RV Enthusiast Own RV Carport Covers or Garages

An RV can be a hefty, well worth it, investment. But, while you are one the road for most of the summer and nice weather seasons what do you do with your RV when the colder weather comes in? Do you just toss a […]

By |April 29th, 2016|RV Carports|0 Comments