TYPES OF STEEL BUILDINGS – FOUR TO CHOOSE
P-Model Steel Building
|Going Green? See our Green Building options!||Powerbilt offers you four different types of steel sheds to choose from. These models have been constructed with the highest quality and heaviest gauge maintenance free commercial U.S. steel and 100 percent U.S. labor, and their precision manufacturing and design meets or exceeds industry standards. Each steel shed kit includes an assembly manual that is easy to follow, ensuring ease of construction.
The P Series of steel sheds offers a more traditional building style with straight sidewalls and arched roof and the strength and durability of arch steel sheds. This model optimizes useable space by raising the arch to above the sidewalls, providing you with plenty of room to house a backyard workshop or garage or even a guest cottage. Powerbilt P Series steel sheds come in unlimited lengths and either 14 or 30 foot widths. Available in three colors, our buildings can be customized to match the exterior of your home.
A-Model Steel Building
Our new A Series steel shed enjoys the same tested engineering as our P Series steel sheds. The appeal of this shed style lies in its 4 to12 pitch roof, which offers perfect protection for your workshop, storage, or garage space in high wind and snow areas. The A Series of steel shed is available in three different colors and in 20 to 40 foot widths.
Q-Model Steel Building
Powerbilt Q Series arch style steel buildings, otherwise known as Quonset huts, were named for the town of Quonset, Rhode Island, the site of the U.S. Naval base where these steel sheds were constructed during World War II. These classic Q Series steel sheds provide unbelievable strength as the rounded shape of their corrugated arch is one of the strongest structures in architecture; they have been proven to withstand hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, and heavy snow. Without beams or trusses, Powerbilt Q Series steel sheds offer 100 percent useable space and are ideal for uses as diverse as grain storage, backyard workshops, and airplane hangars. Model sizes range from 20 to 80 feet in width and come in unlimited lengths.