Metal barns are less costly to erect and maintain than ordinary wooden barns of the past, which is why there is growing interest in buying metal barns. A metal barn’s costs can range from under $10,000 to upwards of $30,000 depending on the size of the barn, the need for a contractor to construct the building, and the addition of features like exterior siding, insulation, flooring, rolling doors, and windows.
Prices others paid for their metal barns
What they were looking for: “Straight wall style workshop and guest quarters.”
Price paid: “32x60x10 building, gutters, downspouts, and 2 metal 3070 doors – The metal barn cost me $15,000.”
-Buyer from Kerrville, TX
What others are looking for
The purpose of this structure is to protect a tree cooler or refrigeration unit. Elevation is 5,000 feet, so there is some snow. Prefer to have metal poles with metal roof. No walls, doors, or windows; somewhat of a pole barn type structure.
The building will be used as a metal hay barn. I need two door openings constructed in a sidewall for two roll-up doors. I need one walk-in door in each end of the building. The building must have a continuous ridge vent. I need a metal vent in each gable. I need door openers for each roll-up door.
Open metal pole barn for protection for farm equipment. Would also like a quote for a 3-sided building.
Pole barn with metal roof and metal sides – open front and back. I need to get a metal barn cost sheet for my records.
We would like a three sided metal pole barn approx 60’x 20’x 14H to use to store equipment and wood plank to keep out of the elements.
Livestock housing and hay storage at our school farm. The barn will be L-shaped with 100′ outside walls and 48/36 inside walls. Total footage 7400 sq. ft. Steel pole construction with metal trusses and roof.
80′ by 40′. We also need one manually operated 12′ wide by 10′ tall overhead door. So the low eave height will need to be 11′ or whatever you need to allow for clearance of the 10′ tall overhead door. The pole barn will be built on top of existing asphalt. Insulation in walls and ceilings. Full height metal interior liner panel on walls. One man door. Needs to be built per code and include engineered plans to be submitted to plan review. Include furnishing all materials and labor to erect and install.