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Steel Garage & Shop Camano Island

Details

  • Building type: Garage & Workshop
  • Building size: 36’ x 60’ x 14’
  • Location: Camano Island, WA
  • Concrete floor: 36’ x 60’ x 4” with fibermesh reinforcement and zip-strip crack-control
  • Garage doors: (2) 10’ x 10’ Raanel steel overhead doors with Stockton lites
  • Walk-in door : 4’ x 6’8” PermaBilt® door with Schlage dead bolt
    • Insulation: 2” fiberglass vapor barrier metal building insulation in roof system.
    • Windows: (2) 3’ x 4’ vertical sliders with screens and safety glass (8) 3’ x 4’ vertical sliders with screens and safety glass
  • Accessories:
    • 18” Full perimeter eave and gable overhangs
    • Gutter and downspouts
    • (3) 12” x 18” white gable vents

 

Description

A Camano Island Washington couple desired a steel garage and workshop building on their property. The clients enjoyed collecting and restoring classic cars. Their growing collection of cars required additional garage and shop space. We have built 1000’s of garages with workshops since our beginnings in 1973. It didn’t take long in an initial meeting with a PermaBilt® Building Representative to come up with the perfect design for this couples’ building.

Once the planning, design and permitting were completed, the PermaBilt® construction crew was ready to erect this good sized building.  Ultimately, the customer converted a portion of the building into living quarters after meeting with the county and fulfulling the additional requirements for a habitable space.

Upon completion of the project, the couple could hardly wait to start not only spending time in their new workshop, but parki ng

their classic cars in their new digs, dreaming of picking up a “best in class” trophy at the next Greenwood Car Show.

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"Working with PermaBilt: Town & Country was a great experience. We had never worked with a contractor before and the staff was very helpful throughout the entire process: from site location, permitting to final construction of the building."
Steve Johnson – Olympia