4-Building Steel Self-Storage Facility in Columbus, Ohio

Delivered to Columbus, Ohio, in August of 2022, these (4) pre-engineered metal buildings are now part of a self-storage business.

Offering unmatched strength and durability, the (4) buildings help fill a growing need for self-storage space in greater Columbus and provide reliable protection for home or business assets renters store inside. Designed for Ohio’s variable Midwestern climate, Metal Building Outlet designed all buildings to meet or exceed local building codes.

Each mini storage building has an upgraded 24-gauge standing-seam roof, rather than a 26-gauge screw-down roof. Each roof also has gutters and downspouts that help water drain off of them, helping prevent condensation.

Each building also has a Condenstop moisture barrier that provides another level of protection against condensation. Sustainable, low-maintenance and easy to raise, prefabricated metal mini storage buildings have long been the structures of choice for business owners looking to open self-storage facilities and generate passive income in doing so.

Building Information and Special Features


Bldg. A: 45’; Bldg. B: 50’; Bldg. C: 50’; Bldg. D: 40’


Bldg. A: 266’; Bldg. B: 240’; Bldg. C: 240’; Bldg. D: 255’


Bldg. A: 16’/12.25’; Bldg. B: 9.5’; Bldg. C: 9.5’; Bldg. D: 9.5’

Roof Pitch

Bldg. A: 1:12; Bldg. B: 0.5:12; Bldg. C: 0.5:12; Bldg. D: 0.5:12

Roof Sheeting

24-Gauge Standing-Seam

Wall Sheeting

26 Gauge

Wind Speed

105 MPH

Snow Load

13.44 PSF


(21) 9’x7’ insulated mini storage doors; (11) 4070 insulated steel walk doors with panic hardware


Franklin County

Ohio’s biggest city in terms of population, Columbus has land in Franklin, Delaware and Fairfield counties. The city sits about 73 miles from Dayton and about 106 miles northeast of Cincinnati.

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