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We build custom pole barns with style.

Let us customize your dream pole barn building today.

Town & Country Post Frame Buildings, a division of PermaBilt® Industries, is a licensed pole barn building contractor serving all of Western Washington. Since 1973, Town & Country has provided quality pole barn building designs, permitting, financing, and construction services for your pole barn project small or large.

 

We build post and wood frame structures – commonly known as pole barns or pole buildings. We can design you any number of pole building types to fit every need, including metal garages, horse barns, storage sheds, steel shop buildings, commercial buildings, and more. Choose from hundreds of existing pole barn building designs, or let us customize a pole barn building to meet your needs. PermaBilt also offers pole barn kits for your very own DIY barn or garage project.

 

PermaBilt has been designing all types and sizes of pole barns for over years. Pole barn construction is being used for all types of building these days whether your needs are large or small; pole barn buildings can be the solution your looking for. Visit our pole barn building gallery to see just a small sample of pole barn projects we’ve completed. Tour a classic two story Monitor style pole barn complete with stables or a more modest horse pole barn with Dutch doors – let us help make your pole barn building dream become reality.

 

PermaBilt pole barn builders proudly service Washington State in Whatcom County, Skagit County, San Juan County, Island County, Snohomish County, King County, Pierce County, Thurston County, Mason County, Kitsap County, Clallam County, Jefferson County, Grays Harbor County, Pacific County, Lewis County, Wahkiakum County, Cowlitz County, Clark County and Skamania County. Contact Us today for a quote on your next pole building project.

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“The crew were excellent craftsmen – professional and courteous. The office staff communication was good." 
D. Coleman – Port Townsend