Milford, New Hampshire
17700 sq. ft. | 141 Units
Classic beige buildings with evergreen trim, roof
Higher roof pitches are generally perceived as being more aesthetically pleasing, and in some areas may be required by planning commissions. When building a higher pitched roof such as this 3:12 slope, you’ll be able to select from a screw down roof, or Trachte’s standing seam design as seen here.
The office at East Milford Self-Storage is built using a Trachte structure at a slightly taller height than the remainder of the buildings. Stone wainscoting helps to further set it apart.