Top 4 Metal Garage Brand Review

Metal garages offer great value for money and are robustly constructed from high quality steel. Guaranteed not to rust or warp, and with no need of paint or preservatives, they are a maintenance free and very practical solution. David Coton considers the various options that are currently available.

Created by David Coton on Friday, 17th of July, 2015.
Updated on Thursday, 23rd of February, 2017.


Metal Garage

Metals garages have come a long way from the dilapidated examples you sometimes see that have been eaten away by rust.

Yardmaster

For example, the Yardmaster 10ft x 17ft metal garage is painted inside and out, so there are no expensive rust proofing materials to purchase, and it's guaranteed not to rot, blister, crack or split. Transparent roof panels let in plenty of light, the garage is well ventilated, has excellent headroom and double hinged doors allow easy access.

Shed Baron

Shed Baron’s metal garages are also 10ft wide with depths of 15ft, 17ft and 19ft. Made from hot dipped galvanised steel that has three coats of paint, the garages carry a 20 year anti-perforation warranty.

The double doors can be padlocked and another personal access door is thoughtfully provided. A full structural frame and mid wall bracing offers great strength and light streams through a skylight into the interior.

Store More

Store More offer a range of four emerald green 'Olympian' garages, wider at 12ft but again made from high quality steel that is powder coated and guaranteed against rot, cracking and warping. 

They have large roll up doors with a high apex roof, and another side door. These are very sturdy structures, simple to assemble with great build quality. The largest is 38ft long, so extremely useful in which to park a car and have extra storage space.

Rowlinson

Rowlinson, better known for their timber products, have four ‘Murryhill’ 12ft wide garages from 10ft to 31ft deep. They offer strength, space and good looks.

The steel has a tough vinyl coating, said to be five times stronger than a standard finish, and the modular garage is easily constructed to offer fire, rot and rodent resistant environment.

Whichever you choose, there's no doubt that metal garages are a viable alternative to timber and plastic, especially considering their maintenance free qualities, study construction and easy assembly..

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