Pre-Engineered Mini Storage Building in Collins, Ohio

In December 2022, Sunward Steel delivered a 34-unit prefabricated steel mini storage building kit to the small community of Collins, Ohio. With its striking Rustic Red walls and Polar White roof and trim, the steel structure stands out as both exceedingly durable and aesthetically pleasing.

Setting this mini storage building apart is its careful attention to detail in ensuring the safety and security of stored goods. DripStop technology on its roof panels and gutters and downspouts make the building highly water-resistant, protecting the interior from moisture and leaks while keeping renters’ goods dry and protected.

Each storage unit comes equipped with its own mini storage door, providing convenient access for customers. Whether storing household items, business inventory or recreational equipment, easy access maximizes the utility of storage spaces. The spacious doors make loading and unloading hassle-free, enhancing the overall user experience.

Constructed to meet the area’s wind and snow load requirements, this Sunward Steel mini storage building offers durability and reliability, ensuring longevity and minimal maintenance costs over time. As Collins-area residents entrust their belongings to this secure and stylish structure, they can feel confident their goods are in good hands.

Building Specifications

Designed with ease-of-erection in mind, this steel self-storage building is 40’x150’x8.5’ when raised, providing ample square footage and vertical space for a wide variety of storage needs. Overhead, its gable roof has a modest, 0.5:12 pitch, facilitating water runoff, and each storage unit inside features a private, painted 9’x7’ mini storage door.

Engineered with the variable climate characteristics of the Midwest in mind, the mini storage building also boasts a 21-psf snow load and a 115-mph wind speed rating.

Located in north-central Ohio, Collins is a census-designated place situated within the borders of Townsend Township, in Huron County. The community sits about 5 miles west of Wakeman and about 6 miles east of Norwalk, Huron County’s county seat.