American Steel Buildings, LLC   1-800-511-3670      Copyright 2010 Home  I  About Us  I  Contact Us  I  Buying Process  I  F.A.Q. What does the Eave Height mean? The Eave Height is the Vertical Dimension from the finished flood to the top of the eave strut The minimum eave height is 10’ tall and we can design our buildings up to 60’ tall (*Upon request we can specially design our buildings to greater heights than 60’) The Eave Height will also determine what size door can be used in the building Please view the pictures below to see some different height buildings that we have provided For Any More Questions Contact Us Today 1-800-511-3670 American Steel Buildings Eave Height - Agricultural - Aircraft Hangars - Automotive - Boat Storage - Church Buildings - Commercial/ Retail - Custom Design - Equestrian - Manufacturing - Mini-Storage - Office Buildings - Personal Garage - Pre-Engineered - Recreational - Warehouses Roof Panels PBR Double-Lok Retro-R Craftsman Lok-Seam Wall Panels PBR PBA PBU Insulated Panels Liner Panels Color Charts Ultra-Dek Batten-Lok Super-Lok Traditional Shadow-Rib Nu-Wall Primary - Gable Symmetrical - Gable Unsymmetrical - Single Slope - Lean-To Secondary - Purlins - Girts - Eave Struts - Base Condition - Building Design - Quote Request - Canopies - Eave Trim - Framed Openings - Insulation - Louver Vents - Mansards/ Facades - Overhead Doors - Parapet Walls - Partition Walls - Purlin Extensions - Roof Vents - Skylights/ Wall-Lights - Sliding Doors - Walk Doors - Windows Home > Building Design > Eave Height 10’ Eave 14’ eave 16’ eave 18’ eave 20’ eave 22’ eave 25’ eave with attached building height of 12’ 12’ eave on building to the left  22’ eave on building to the right 50’ eave various heights from 16’, 18’ 20’ 24’ 28’ 30’ and 50’  Main Building with a eave height of 70’ Also several attached buildings with various heights Steel  Buildings American