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Farm Equipment Storage Salkum, WA

Details

  • Building type: Garage Farm Equipment Storage Building
  • Building size: 20’ x 32’ x 15’
  • Location: Salkum, WA
  • Concrete floor: 32’ x 32’ x 4” with fibermesh reinforcement and zip‐strip crack‐control
  • Garage door: 16’x 14’ raised panel steel overhead door
  • Walk‐in door: 3’ x 6’8” PermaBilt® door with self‐closing hinges and stainless steel lockset
  • Window: 5’ x 3’ vinyl window
  • Accessories:
    • 10’ continuous flow ridge vent
    • 18” eave and gable overhangs
    • Outdoor lighting (provided by owner)

Description

There are a variety of reasons why customers seek out PermaBilt®.  Part of it is due to our longevity since we have been around since part of it is the quality we put into each building, and part of it is our flexibility in helping to customize each building to fit  the needs of our customers.  So, when our Salkum Washington customer came to us needing a large farm equipment storage building with a high bay to install a car hoist, he knew he had come to the right place.

In addition to the high bay, we added a raised panel steel overhead garage door to the farm storage building.  This steel door is 2” thick with 20 gauge stiles for strength and durability.  It included toggle locks, a bottom weather seal, vinyl stops along sides and top, and a 15 year limited warranty.  Per his specifications,  we added a walk‐in door,  our own PermaBilt® insulated door which included a polyurethane foam core which reduces sound and possesses superior insulation. The PermaBilt® door included three hinges, full perimeter weather stripping, a rolled edge and a stainless steel lockset.

After adding in the vinyl sliding window, ridge vent and eave and gable overhangs, the farm equipment storage building was complete and the customer happy.

 

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"I wanted to add a very hearty thank you to your crew on the construction of my pole barn. They were very professional and timely in their efforts." 
Enzler – Kelso