Owners Douglas and Colby Lilley have been serving the construction needs of East Texas and beyond since 2012. Natives of Shepherd and Cleveland, TX the Lilleys are committed to providing their customers the highest quality metal buildings available at affordable prices. Their company is built on a foundation of truly caring about serving customers to the best of their abilities, constructing premium-quality buildings with honesty and integrity. The Lilleys understand the difference in appearance, durability and function when the focus is on the little details and the needs of their customers. The goal is to build a lasting relationship with customers, and Metal Buildings of Texas will always do whatever it takes to ensure customers' satisfaction.
Metal Buildings of Texas is a proud subsidiary of Lilley Industrial Construction Inc.
Each building can be constructed with 14-gauge or 12-gauge galvanized steel framing. Need something special? Metal Buildings of Texas can design and build a custom building to meet your needs. Everything we build meets the highest standards in safety, and we only use the highest quality materials in the industry.
All buildings over 26' wide are wind-certified up to 140 mph. All buildings can be upgraded with certified trusses, 12-gauge framing or 26-gauge steel panels. Additional charges apply.
Metal Buildings of Texas can install your building on a concrete foundation for even more durability and function. We'll pour a 4-inch thick concrete slab with No. 3 rebar at your site location. Let us know, and we'll include it with your building order.
We are experts in installing metal buildings. Our work is guaranteed to meet your needs and specifications. We focus on the details, ensuring the appearance, durability and function of your metal building.
This is our most popular design to match the architecture of the common A-frame house and is considered an upgrade over the regular roof style. It also comes with a 6-inch overhang eave on either side with box eave trim for a finished appearance. This style comes with horizontal roof panels, which allows the corrugated ridges to run from front to back or end to end. An A-frame roof style is recommended on all structures over 36 feet long.
Buildings with this roof style have a bend on each side from the roof to the sidewall and a 6-inch overhang front and back. This roof style comes with horizontal roof panels, which allows the corrugated ridges to run from front to back or end to end. It also comes with trim on front and back for a finished appearance.
On an A-frame roof style, panels can be installed vertically. The corrugated ridges in the panel run from the ridge cap down to the eave side of the building. This allows dirt, debris, water and snow to roll off the eave of the building. The vertical roof style is also stronger, because it is constructed with additional materials such as a hat channel to support the vertical panels; and a ridge cap to cover the seams.