Quonset Farm Buildings
Farm buildings need to be tough, affordable and low-maintenance. That's exactly what these 100% steel quonset farm buildings are.
These pre-fabricated quonset huts kits offer simple bolt-together construction. They are ideal for a range of uses from hay storage to equipment shops, or more.
Customize your farm building by adding skylights, insulation, doors/windows, vents, & more.
- Single Garage (ft): 12 x 20 x 11
- Small Riding Arena (ft): 60 x 130 x 20
- Large Riding Arena (ft): 100 x 200 x 24
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Quonset Farm Building Models
Arch-Style Buildings come in a variety of styles. These unique buildings come as a series of metal panels which are bolted together into arches. In the past quonset farm buildings were virtually always a standard semi-circle shape. Now however there are many options. The six most common building profiles are below.
A / P Model
Common for smaller residential buildings like storage sheds and garages. It blends into traditional buildings thanks to a more-traditional peaked roof and straight sidewalls.
The Q model is by far the most popular for farming applications. The pure-arch design is incredibly strong, it also utilizes less steel than other models making it the most economical option for most dimensions.
The X Model is the second most common building style for farming and agricultural purposes. The sloped of the sides makes them incredibly strong, yet it has a more traditional building appearance than the Q.
The S-Model is a beautiful building combining the style and functionality of the arch, with traditional looking straight-walls. It's a great choice for store or workshops where high over-head heights can be required.
This model is actually a roofing system for pre-existing walls. It's a perfect solution for storing grain, or items which require strong reinforced concrete sidewalls to hold them in.
T-Models are essentially lean-tos where one side and the roof of the building are arches. The other wall is framed by yourself, or can even be an existing building.