26 Aug

Auto Repair Shop Metal Building Kit

Are you outgrowing your auto repair building? Do you need more space but don’t want to pay the high prices of having a contractor design and build a garage for you? Then an auto repair shop steel building from Universal Steel of America might be just what you need. We can build an auto repair shop metal building kit that will save you more money than you can imagine.

An auto repair shop metal building kit can be designed to your specifications and shipped to you for assembly by you and your shop employees. We will work with you on the design of your metal auto repair shop building kit to be sure you have enough work areas with car lifts, storage for incomplete jobs, car washing bays, rest rooms for employees, and offices for your staff. Whatever you need to make your job easier, we will do our best to build it into your repair shop design.

You can choose the exterior design and colors, and let us know how many windows or skylights you need to give you the sunlight you might need for color matching paint. We have a team of expert designers who have worked with auto body shops and auto repair shops and are experienced in many design aspects that can help you be more efficient while doing your job. Feel free to consult with our team for help with your shop and office needs.

Whether you specialize in auto maintenance, auto body work, engine repairs or any other type of specialty, we can design a building that fits your needs and your budget. The money you will save by using an auto repair shop metal building kit and constructing it yourself will leave you extra money to expand your business even more. So when you’re ready for a new building for your auto repair business, contact Universal Steel of America at 1-800-993-4660, or locally at 770-449-6588. We’ll create the auto body shop of your dreams for you.


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