Portrait of a Home | At Home in Arkansas | October 2015| The home’s existing garage was removed, and in its place now stands Johnston’s new office and studio space, which also serves as an all-purpose room during teen sleepovers and Razorback games. With their unique proportions, the exterior doors to the addition were finds at architectural salvage yards.
http://baubilt.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/DSC05301.jpgThis is just 20 gauge cold-rolled steel. I think our panels are 2′ x 3′. Any steel supplier should have a coil of 20 gauge material and can shear up whatever you’d like. This should be very inexpensive. In my case, my roofer got it from his supplier and installed it. We used McFeely washer-head plain-finish steel screws with a 2″ lap on the sides and a 3″ lap on the top and bottom.