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Steel Garage and Shop Puyallup

Details

  •  Building type: Garage
  •  Building size: 24’ x 24’ x 10’
  •  Location: Puyallup, WA
  •  Concrete floor: 24’ x 24’ x 4” with fibermesh reinforcement and zip-strip crack-control
  •  Garage doors 10’ x 9’ raised panel steel overhead door with Stockton lites
  •  Walk-in door: 3’ x 6’8” PermaBilt® door with self-closing hinges and stainless steel lockset
  •  Windows: (2) 4’ x 3’ standard vinyl window locks and screens
  •  Accessories:
    •  3’ perimeter wainscoting
    •  18” eave and gable overhangs
    •  10’ continuous flow ridge vent

Description

At PermaBilt® we can customize any building to the needs and wants of our customer. But the building that is so popular with our customers that we have built thousands of them up and down western Washington, is the steel garage and shop post frame building. It’s a perfect place to store your day-to-day vehicle or any weekend toy such as a motorcycle, boat, ATV, etc.. And to work away from the home whether repairing the house, working on a vehicle or enjoying a hobby, helps keep the family peace especially when times get loud with drilling, sawing and/or banging.

So when our Puyallup Washington customer came to us wanting a garage and shop, they came to right place as PermaBilt® has built over 20,000 buildings since 1973. Our Building Representative went over his design and to add character to the look and feel of his building, our customer decided to have a 3’ perimeter wainscoting. And to add natural light and ventilation when desired, two standard vinyl windows were added along with locks and screens

Overall, the building was exactly the way the customer envisioned, and more importantly, functioned exactly as was expected.

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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