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NC Metal Garages from $4,609

  • Factory-direct prices
  • Custom made in the USA
  • Free delivery and installation
  • 100% refundable deposit
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Get a Metal Garage from the #1 Seller of Custom, Prefabricated Metal Garages in North Carolina

Instant Transparent Pricing

At Alan’s, we have nothing to hide. Get instant pricing online. No contact details required. No unwanted sales calls.

Reasonable Lead Times

Most of our metal garages are installed within one to two months from the time the site is ready. Delivery and installation are free.

Certified Metal Buildings

Get a 1-year craftsmanship warranty plus a 20-year rust-through warranty on optional 12-gauge framing and most roof panels.

Risk-Free Guarantee

We guarantee a 100% refund of your deposit until the day your garage is delivered. We don’t know anyone who will match our guarantee.

Garage Sizes in North Carolina

If you need help figuring out what size of garage you need, our Ultimate Garage Buyer’s Guide will show you how to plan the perfect garage.

Here are some popular sizes of garages and buildings we sell (click for details and pricing):

More than 75,000 Satisfied Customers

  • I’m well satisfied with the garage, and the guys that set it up did a great job.
  • Workers were very professional and great at doing the install with no problems. I would recommend Alan’s to any one wanting a carport or garage.
  • Customer service was great. The sales rep was fantastic.

Certified Metal Garages Built to Last

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Customers searching for garage builders in Charlotte, NC, Eastern NC, the Piedmont region, or Western NC can also opt for certified metal garages, which come with the following benefits:

  • Blueprint drawings are faxed to your local building inspector.
  • The garage is fully braced and comes with a 130 mph wind rating.

In today’s real estate market, having plenty of storage space increases the value of your home. Whether your home’s existing garage is too small, or you’re looking for new metal buildings for sale in NC, adding a steel garage building is a cost-effective way to increase the value of your home. 

We offer multiple types of storage buildings for sale in NC, and we provide free delivery and installation across the state. You can count on one of the best metal building companies in NC to expertly install your metal garage. Shop at Alan’s Factory Outlet to find the best deal on metal garages in North Carolina!

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Find Sturdy Storage Buildings for Sale in NC

Each of our custom garages in NC is built with 14-gauge tubing and 29-gauge sheeting. Thicker 12-gauge tubing is also available, and it has a 20-year rust-through warranty.

Custom-Built Garages

North Carolina garages from Alan’s Factory Outlet have many custom options and can be built in many different sizes and styles, including metal one-car garages, metal two-car garages, and metal three-car garages. Whether you own one vehicle or several, you’ll be able to get the extra storage space you need with one of our metal buildings. Lexington, NC residents and beyond have trusted us for years to help them with their garage needs, both big and small, and when you shop online with us, you’ll see why.

From small and sturdy metal garages in Concord, NC, to spacious and affordable metal buildings in Washington, NC, you can purchase the type of structure you need anywhere in the state. Each structure can be customized with one of three different roof styles: regular, boxed-eave, or vertical. Homeowners looking to add metal buildings in NC can also choose from 13 different colors.

Not sure if you want to fully enclose your vehicles or other property with our metal garages? North Carolina customers can also choose to buy a custom carport, which can be partially enclosed or open-sided. After ordering either custom carports or steel garages, NC customers can have their purchase delivered and set up for free throughout the state, from Asheville to Clinton to Jacksonville.

Popular Delivery Locations in North Carolina

Our installers deliver metal garages near you all over Western, Central, and Eastern North Carolina, including:

  • Albemarle
  • Asheboro
  • Asheville
  • Boone
  • Burlington
  • Dobson
  • Dunn
  • Charlotte
  • Clayton
  • Clinton
  • Eden
  • Elizabeth City
  • Fayetteville
  • Franklin
  • Gastonia
  • Greensboro
  • Hendersonville
  • Hickory
  • High Point
  • Jacksonville
  • Kernersville
  • Lenoir
  • Lexington
  • Lillington
  • Lincolnton
  • Lumberton
  • Monroe
  • Mooresville
  • Morganton
  • Mount Airy
  • Murphy
  • Newport
  • Raleigh
  • Reidsville
  • Roxboro
  • Rutherfordton
  • Salisbury
  • Sanford
  • Shelby
  • Smithfield
  • Statesville
  • Washington
  • Waynesville
  • Wilkesboro
  • Wilmington
  • Winston-Salem
  • Youngsville
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Customize, Preview, and Order Your Metal Building Online

Price and Buy Online with Our 3D Builder, Plus Get Free Shipping and Installation!

  • Select a size to meet your needs
  • Choose roof, side, and trim colors
  • Add garage doors, windows, and walk-in doors
  • Customize additional options

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost to build a metal garage in North Carolina?

A basic, one-car garage installed on an existing concrete slab will generally cost at least $4,500. A two-car garage starts at about $6,500.

Use our 3D Garage Builder to quickly calculate the exact price of your dream garage.

Do metal garages add value to a home?

Yes, residential metal garage buildings add great value to your home! When it comes time to sell your home, buyers will appreciate having a convenient, secure place to store their vehicle and other valuables.

Can you add a prefab garage to a house?

Yes; we’ll work with you to make sure your prefab metal garage is the right size to match your house. We have many sizes available and can customize the color as well. Feel free to contact us to discuss your home, ask questions, and let us know what kind of project you want to do. We’re always happy to help!

Do I need a permit for a metal garage in NC?

Yes. Most, if not all towns and counties in NC require a building permit for a permanent structure as large as a metal garage. If you live in an incorporated town in North Carolina, check with your town’s planning department. This might be called a planning, zoning, building, or land-use department. If you live in an unincorporated area of North Carolina, contact the county’s planning department and ask what information they need to issue a permit for a metal garage building.

Which is cheaper, a steel or wood garage?

Steel garages are cheaper than wood garages because they can be prefabricated and installed more quickly than wood garages. The cost of materials for a steel garage is also often less than the cost of materials to build a wood garage, and unlike wood, almost no materials are wasted in the building process.

Will a metal garage rust?

Steel can rust if continually exposed to water, so a steel garage should not be placed in standing water. You should perform an annual inspection of your metal garage to look for rust spots, and apply a rust treatment to remove the rust and prevent it from spreading. Your metal garage should last for decades if you take care of it well.

What are the disadvantages of a metal garage?

Metal garages have several disadvantages (however, there is a solution to all of them):

  1. The sound of large raindrops pounding on the roof of a metal garage can be quite loud.
  2. North Carolina metal garages can get quite hot in the summer and quite cold in the winter.
  3. On cool nights, condensation may form on the inside walls of a metal garage.

Fortunately, all of these disadvantages can be overcome by insulating your metal garage. Insulation is recommended if you plan to use your garage as a workshop, office, gym, game room, or other living space.

What sizes do metal garages come in?

We sell prefabricated steel garages and buildings from 12 to 60 feet wide, and from 20 to 300 feet long.

We try to offer as many options as possible, and we’re sure we can supply the right size for you.  

What is the best size for a metal garage?

The ideal size for your metal garage depends on your needs. A 20×20 garage is just big enough to park two cars, with very little space left over for storage. Most people need a place to store a lawn mower and yard equipment, sports equipment, holiday decorations, and other miscellaneous items in their garage. You may also want to use your garage as a small workshop for repairing your vehicles or working on your hobbies. One reason our 24×35 metal garage is so popular is because it has plenty of space for two cars, storage, and a dedicated workspace.

About Alan’s Factory Outlet

Alan’s Factory Outlet is one of the nation’s top sellers of durable and affordable metal buildings. Our family-run business is owned and operated by Alan Bernau Jr and his wife Julie, who’ve been pairing customers with their perfect metal carports and storage buildings for over 20 years. Whether you’re looking for a metal carport, garage, or other storage building for sale, we’re here to help you find the perfect solution.

Customer care is our top priority. Most customers find it quick and easy to use our online 3D Builder to customize and order their metal carport, garage, or building. However, if at any point you need assistance, our friendly customer service team is standing by to help you. Feel free to call us at 1-800-488-6903 (Monday-Friday, 9 am to 5 pm Eastern).

We look forward to serving you!

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