(a.k.a. Quonset Hut)
Kwanzaa Huts, or Kwanza Hut is actually a common mis-spelling of 'Quonset Huts'. Don't worry though, you're not alone and over 2,000 Americans a month search for Kwanzaa Hut or Kwanza Huts.
These buildings are very distinct with a semi-circular corrugated design made entirely of steel. They were originally designed by the US Navy in WWII and prized for their durability. Since then however, there affordability and strength has made them a popular building for both residential garages and workshops as well as commercial and agricultural purposes.
- 1 Car Garage (12'x20'x11')
- 2 Car Garage (24'x24'x11')
- Shop & Storage (24'x30'x14')
- Medium Shed (20x20x11)
- Boat Garage (18x24x16)
- Steel Barn (40x60x20)
Price a Kwanzaa (Quonset) Hut
Arch style steel quonsets are priced based on your needs & location.
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Quonset Hut Profiles
Quonset hut buildings come in a variety of different profiles. You're most likely picturing Quonsets in their icon semi-circular form, but they come in a variety of styles. Whether you're in need of a more traditional straight-walled building or a building made for heavy snow loads, there's a style below to fit your needs.
A / P Model
Price a Hut for Your Needs
"We ended up paying $9,749 for a 45' x 50' x 17' steel arch Quonset building with 22 gauge deep ribbed galvalume steel."
"We purchased a 30' x 40' P-Model Quonset style building. 1,200 square feet, for $13,000. Due to weather during the year, we opted for insulation to protect our equipment in winter seasons. "
"Approx $7,000 - RV/trailer garage."
"$7,550 for 30' x 40' building, 10' x 11' opening on one end."