Alan’s Factory Outlet is a family run business owned and operated by me, Alan Bernau Jr and my wife Julie for over 17 years and we’ll help you find the perfect garage for your needs.
“Service was like nothing I’d ever experienced before! Thrilled with the storage building”- Mike and Sharon - Marshall, Virginia
All of our buildings are custom-made so select a delivery area first then your options and we’ll confirm your pricing and only pay a small deposit to book delivery.
All of our buildings are custom-made so select a delivery area first then your options and we’ll confirm your pricing.
and only pay a small deposit to book delivery
Here is a list of the 22 states the metal garages are delivered and installed. Delivery may not be available in all locations.
Florida (Some Counties have special permit requirements, below is a snap shot showing the Counties grayed out that we do not service)
Kansas (Below is a snap shot showing the Counties grayed out that we do not service)
Louisiana (Some of the Counties require certified and require a permit)
North Carolina (Some of Counties require that you pull a permit and that you order it certified)
Oklahoma (Below is a snap shot showing the Counties grayed out that we do not service)
South Carolina (Some of Counties require that you pull a permit and that you order it certified)
Metal garage buildings add valuable space for storage, workshop use, and more. They're a fantastic addition to any home or business. Alan's Factory Outlet offers a wide range of metal garages for sale online. Our customizable metal garage kits mean that your new garage will meet your specific needs. Our metal garages come in 3 different styles: The regular style steel garage, boxed eave style steel garage and the vertical roof steel garage.
The regular style garage is the only one that comes in a rounded barn shaped roof. The regular style steel carports are the most economical of the 3 roof lines you can buy.
The boxed eave and vertical buildings look exactly alike at first glance, but with one major difference; how the roof sheeting runs. On the boxed eave metal garage the 29 ga sheeting runs length wise just like on the regular style, but on the vertical roof garage the sheeting goes up and down, which helps the snow or rain slide off. The vertical steel garage is the most expensive style of our metal garages for sale, but is the strongest of the three garages.
When you order from Alan's Factory Outlet, you save on shipping and installation fees. Please note that our metal garages are currently available for delivery in sixteen states. The metal garages are delivered and installed for free only in these states: Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia.
When you buy the metal garage online your credit card with be processed only between 10% to 17% deposit after you approve the order on the metal garages. The initial deposit can be paid with credit card or check. The remaining balance is due after it is built or installed, and can be paid with either credit card or check, whichever is best for you.
The difference between the boxed and vertical roof style is the vertical buildings are made with the roof panels going up and down so snow easily slides off the roof.Please keep in mind the steel garages are only delivered and
installed in AL, AR, GA, KS, KY, LA, MS, MO, NC, OK, SC, TN, TX, VA, and WV.
We strongly recommend that if you get a steel building that is 41' long to go with the vertical roof, because we do not have 41' long panels; which means we have to overlap 2 panels and this creates a week spot and an area that is prone to leakage issues. On the vertical garages because the roof panels are up you do not have that kind of situation.
The metal garages for sale are custom built in the size, style and color you want. We can customize metal garage buildings to accommodate specific storage needs as we can custom build the structure with taller legs, larger garage doors, and thicker 12 ga tubing which has a 20 year rust through warranty. Size customizations are particularly helpful for your garage purchase if you're planning to store items like RVs, boats, and other outsized equipment. Additionally, all of the metal garages come with a 1 year workmanship warranty from the date of installation.
When your order metal garage kits from Alan's Factory Outlets, you get to pick from 13 different colors for the roof, sides and the trim color which is on the end along the roof line sides. All of the metal sheeting comes in 29 ga and has a baked enamel finish.
The tubing on the carports comes standard in 14 ga 2 1/2" square tubing. You can always upgrade to thicker 12 ga tubing, which is sized at 2 1/4" square tubing. 20 year rust through warranty on both the 14ga and 12ga metal frame tubing.
Orders $7,200 and more:
Orders Under $7,200 Pick up only
Please keep in mind the above estimated time frame is not a guarantee and simply forecasted based on current trends. Additionally, during winter months there is a greater chance of exceeding the above delivery times due to common winter storms in many locations.
Special Note For Orders Placed After September 1st:
Any installations/deliveries occurring in: IN, KS, MD, MO, OH, PA & WV will most likely be delayed until Spring, due to common winter storms in these states.
There are a number of metals which have been discovered. They generally have similar properties such as being shiny, able to conduct electricity and remain solid at around room temperature. Nonmetals are usually the opposite of metals in their properties. They are not shiny, are not good at conducting electricity and at room temperature may remain a solid or turn into liquid or a gas. Some examples of what are considered metals are Aluminum, Potassium, Gold, Silver, Copper, Sodium and Mercury. Elements that would be considered non-metals in the periodic table include Nitrogen, Oxygen and Hydrogen. There are also a group of elements that have some properties of both metals and non-metals. And tend to fall in the category between the two groups. They are called metalloids and elements in this group include Silicon, Boron and Carbon.
Some examples of what are considered metals are Aluminum, Potassium, Gold, Silver, Copper, Sodium and Mercury. Elements that would be considered non-metals in the periodic table include Nitrogen, Oxygen and Hydrogen. There are also a group of elements that have some properties of both metals and non-metals. And tend to fall in the category between the two groups. They are called metalloids and elements in this group include Silicon, Boron and Carbon.
The periodic table is a key component to understanding properties and how they relate in the field of chemistry. To help learn more about metals, non-metals and even metalloids, we have put together the following helpful pages:
What is a metal? - In this informative page from the University of Washington, you will learn basic information about metals.
Metal – A Science Daily online article which provides a look at what a metal is defined as.
History of Metals – This page provides readers with a brief, but concise, history of metals.
Metal Facts – A fun and educational article with information and facts about metals for kids.
Principles of Metals – This University of Illinois page gives a look at the various principles of metals.
Metals and Non-metals – An article which contains a comparison of the properties of both metals and non-metals.
The Chemistry of Non-metals – This article from Purdue University gives readers an overview of what constitutes a non-metal.
Non-metals – Helpful page with a description of non-metals and examples of the elements in this category.
Non-metals in the Periodic Table – Information on the different non metallic elements in the periodic table.
Properties of Elements – Useful page with a listing of properties of metals, non-metals and metalloids.
Elements for Kids – Page for kids which explains what is a non-metal.
Non-metal Elements – Publication which provides information on the properties of non-metal elements.
Metalloids – Information on the elements considered metalloids and where they reside in the periodic table.
Metalloids Defined – A simple definition of what is a metalloid.
Definition of Metalloid – Web page which provides a brief explanation of the term metalloid.
Metalloid – Page from a presentation which offers information on metalloids.
Metalloids in the Periodic Table – A look at where metalloids are listed in the periodic table.
Metalloid Information – In this page from Princeton University you will learn about metalloids in the periodic table.
Characterizing the Elements – Informative page which provides information on the various elements.
Periodic Table of Elements – Interactive page with information about the various elements of the periodic table.
Visual Elements Periodic Table – Informative page with chemical information about each element.
Chart of All Chemical Elements – Web page that contains a visual look at all chemical elements.
Parts of the Periodic Table – Information and description of the various parts of the periodic table.
Periodic Table – Useful page which gives an overview of the periodic table of elements.
Elements and the Periodic Table – Page for kids which explains about elements in the world.
Periodic Table for Kids – Information and resources on teaching kids about the periodic table using videos, games and other methods.
Kids Resources – Collection of useful pages which helps kids understand the periodic table of elements.
Periodic Table of Elements – Interactive web page aimed to help kids learn about the elements.
Science Teacher Resources – This page features a number of useful websites for teachers to use to help kids understand chemistry and the elements.
Fun Activities – Activities that teachers can use to introduce the periodic table of elements to students.
We hope this information have been helpful in your understanding of the periodic table of elements. Feel free to use this page as a source of resource information.
Everyday people are outside walking, running, and generally enjoying being outdoors. While outdoors moving, many times people tend to lose coins, keys and other objects and are not recovered. In fact, there is a vast array of items that are just waiting to be found. And, the way to find them is through metal detecting. Metal detecting has been a hobby that became popular with the invention of the metal detector. In the late 19th Century, the first metal detector was created. Using the concepts of electricity and magnetism, the metal detector was used to determine where metal objects may reside. Metal detecting has been a fun and sometimes lucrative hobby which can be done by people of all age. To help you learn about metal detectors and metal detecting, please feel free to review the following information.
Metal detecting has been a hobby that became popular with the invention of the metal detector. In the late 19th Century, the first metal detector was created. Using the concepts of electricity and magnetism, the metal detector was used to determine where metal objects may reside.
Metal detecting has been a fun and sometimes lucrative hobby which can be done by people of all age. To help you learn about metal detectors and metal detecting, please feel free to review the following information.
A History of the Metal Detector – A summary of the history in the invention and development of metal detectors.
Metal Detector History – Basic information outlining the history of metal detectors.
Archeology and Metal Detecting – Useful article from the BBC showing how metal detecting is used in the field of archeology.
Metal Detecting 101 - Information from National Geographic showing the history and use of detecting.
Brief History – Useful page which provides a brief history of metal detecting.
How Metal Detectors Work – Helpful page which gives a look at the workings of a metal detector.
Getting Started – Article which provides information on the equipment needed for metal detecting.
Basic Principles (PDF) – Useful guide which provides basic information on metal detecting.
Beginners Guide – Information on metal detecting that would be useful for beginners.
Metal Detecting Tools – Web page providing newcomers to detecting with information about the tools needed.
Detecting Beginners Guide – Helpful collection of commonly asked questions as well as answers for the beginning detector.
Metal Detecting - Useful web site with a great deal of information about metal detecting.
Best Locations – Article which provides tips on the top twenty-five sites for metal detecting.
Types of Metal Detectors – Useful article which lists the various types of metal detectors for use.
Metal Detector Types – Information on the pluses and minuses of the different types of metal detectors.
Theory and Practice – Information on the various types of metal detectors.
How Metal Detectors Work – Helpful article providing information on how metal detectors operate.
Do Metal Detectors Really Work? (PDF) – Informative page which provides information about metal detectors and whether they function.
Tips and Techniques – Helpful page which gives several helpful tips and techniques for metal detecting.
Metal Detecting Tips - Information and tips for people interested in metal detecting as a hobby.
Tips and Tricks – Useful article with a number of helpful tips for metal detecting.
Detecting Tips and Tricks – Helpful web page with suggestions from experienced metal detectors.
Tips for Beginners – Page with thirteen useful tips and tricks that can be helpful for beginners.
Secrets for Beginners – Page of helpful resources which provides tips for beginners.
Detecting Resource Site - Useful page with a number of resources about metal detecting.
Metal Detecting Resources - Information and links to a number of helpful metal detecting sites.
Metal Detecting in Parks – Information on the availability of metal detecting in state parks.
Metal Detecting Resources - Useful information on the field of metal detecting.
Resource Page – Informative page which offers information on metal and gold detecting.
Metal Detecting and the Law – Web page which provides information on metal detecting, archeology and the law.
We hope that this guide has been helpful in providing information on the fun hobby of metal detecting. Visit this page often and good luck in your new hobby.
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