Steel Shop And Garage Building in Helmville, Montana

Sunward Steel Buildings, Inc., manufactured and supplied this pre-engineered metal garage building in Helmville, Montana, in June of 2015.

Energy efficient and highly versatile, the building combines an agricultural shop with a garage space, giving its owner a multifunctional, all-season place to work, store vehicles and other assets or utilize for any number of other purposes.

Offering the rugged durability Montana’s unpredictable climate demands, the building combines heavy-duty steel construction with supreme functionality, protecting stored vehicles and equipment from the elements, pests and other potential construction hazards.

Affordable, Low-Maintenance Construction Solutions  

Often utilized as farm buildings, storage buildings, barns and equestrian buildings, pre-engineered farm and agricultural buildings offer economical, easy-to-maintain alternatives to traditional wood construction. In addition to offering optimum protection for animals, vehicles, farm machinery and other assets, they are typically much faster and cheaper to raise than wood buildings, saving owners valuable time and money.

This particular steel building serves double-duty as a combination shop-and-garage, and it has maintains its architectural appeal and usability through the years, holding its own against extreme temperatures, heavy snowfall and more. A small, unincorporated community in western Montana’s Powell County, Helmville sits roughly 68 miles east of Missoula and about 17 miles southeast of Ovando.

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Building Specifications

Hardwearing, reliable and low maintenance, this custom-designed steel building stands 24’x30’x10’ in size and has a broad clear span, making the most of usable space inside. Constructed from rugged, premium-grade steel components, it boasts a Stone Beige-colored exterior, while its Burnished Slate-colored roof has a 3:12 pitch and is comprised of long-lasting Galvalume metal panels.

The building owner also chose to have the building insulated at the time of construction, which can result in substantial savings when compared with retrofitting it down the line. Installed in the roof of the shop and garage are 6” of R-19 WMP-VR fiberglass insulation, while 4” of WMP-VR insulation sits within the walls.

It also features several other accommodations made with Montana’s highly changeable climate in mind, among them a 4” snow gutter, a 115-mph wind speed rating and a 33-psf snow load.

Other customizations and features include (4) framed openings, among them (1) 3’4”x7’2” walk door opening, (2) 8’x8’ openings and (1) 3’x3’ window.