Prefabricated airplane hangar plans in Wisconsin

55x55x18 Steel Airplane Hangar Plans in Wisconsin

When it comes to owning a plane or any other type of aircraft one of the most important factors to consider is keeping it safe and secure. Our steel airplane hangar plans can easily be customized to accommodate just about any aircraft for both hobbyists and commercial applications. The aviation community loves our prefabricated aircraft hangar plans because the affordable, are easily constructed, can accommodate any hangar door and are clear span which means they will have all open space inside the structure to maneuver their aircraft.

One of the factors to consider before purchasing your prefab airplane hangar is your hangar door size. Whether you are trying to accommodate a small aircraft hangar or a large one, you will want to know what you will need for your wing and tail clearance. We will engineer the airplane hangar plans to fit the door you need.

55x55x18 Personal Aircraft Hangar Plans

The customer on this aircraft building went with a 45×14 door to fit their personal airplane. Something that needs to be taken into consideration when figuring out the size steel aircraft building you will need is the clearance needed on the building to accommodate the door. In most cases you will need 5 ft of clearance on each side of the door as well as 4 to 6 ft above the door. This can vary depending on the type of door and you will need to coordinate with your Titan project manager, who will be assisting you with your project.

This prefabricated airport building was engineered according to the Wisconsin building code requirements of a 60 lb snow load and 90 mph wind. To help with the cold Wisconsin winters our customer went with a 9 1/2 inch sag and bag roof insulation as well as a 6 inch wall insulation package. It is always a good idea to get insulation in colder climates.

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