Virtual Tour Lofted Garage

Interior of Lofted Garage Style Building

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The Lofted Garage offers the most cubic space, tied with the Lofted Barn, of our building styles. The longer sidewalls offer copious headroom and the accessible loft space keeps the floor free for larger items like vehicles and equipment.

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Available Sizes

12 ft Lofted Garage

12 Ft Wide

12′ x 20′
12′ x 24′
12′ x 30′
12′ x 32′

Choose the 12-foot Lofted Garage size to store large things like cars, boats and large all-terrain vehicles or boxes in the accessible loft space.

Free Fitting Guide

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Standard Dimensions and Specifications

  • The Lofted Garage includes a 9’ wide 6’6” high steel overhead door, floor joists, 12” O.C. decked with 3/4” plywood, one window and a 48” side entrance door on the lofted barn.

  • The peak of the building is approximately 11′ 5.5.″

  • The interior sidewall height is 6′ 3.″

  • Package price includes a heavy duty floor system with 3/4” floor decking and floor joists 12” on center.

  • Twelve-foot wide buildings are measured eave to eave.

  • Package price includes a 9′ x 6′ 6″ metal garage door (in brown or white).

  • Package price includes one 24″ x 36″ window.

  • The Lofted Garage is only available in a 12′ wide building (measured eave to eave).

Additional Notes

  • The loft floor can be raised 6″ for a cost of $100. This will reduce the available loft space.

  • There is no discount for the removal of the loft floor or any other package options.

  • The first 8 feet of loft must be removed to accommodate the garage door.

  • A 36″ x 80″ steel door can only be added on the gable end of the building.

  • The heavy duty floor consists of 3/4″ decking over floor joists placed 12″ on center.

  • Some coastal states require the use of 8’ garage doors due to hurricane codes. Ask your local dealer for additional details.

If this doesn’t look like the right style for you, check out the Utility instead.