Tallest point on the lean-to.
All recommended bracing included.
A-Frame Vertical Roof
With panels running from the peak to the eave and additional hat channels underneath for support.
Lowest height on the lean-to.
When it comes to affordable covered space, it’s hard to beat a lean-to. Whether added on to a building that already exists on your property or included in the plans for a new structure, steel lean-to buildings have a lot to offer for a relatively low cost. Browse our sample models below, or use our Build & Price tool to customize your structure. If you would like to learn more about how a lean-to can improve your property, contact American Steel Carports today!
Protect Your Vehicles
A large lean-to may provide parking for vehicles or machines that are used on your property. Offering machinery cover from the weather can go a long way toward improving its longevity, so taking this step is an investment that is likely to pay off in the long run. Metal buildings with lean-to additions on the side are a cost-effective way to bring your valuable machines in out of the weather each night.
A Covered Walkway or Entry
If you have an existing building that is used frequently throughout the day, it would be nice to have the entry to that building covered. However, adding to the structure itself might be difficult, or not possible, depending on the situation. With a metal lean-to, you can easily cover the path up to the doorway, or whatever configuration is suitable for the space. If you would like some assistance in determining how a lean-to can be added around your existing building, please contact our team for help.
Cost Savings Are Just the Beginning
The discussion regarding steel lean-to buildings tends to revolve around their low cost and ease of construction, but there is more to like. For instance, if you do park vehicles or farm equipment under your lean-to, driving out in the morning and parking at the end of the day will be quick and easy. You won’t need to open up an enclosed garage to access your equipment, taking one small hurdle out of your way. Of course, enclosed garages are a great option in some situations, but those who don’t need to lock up their equipment may find that a lean-to is the preferred choice.