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Garage Shop Pole Building Sequim WA


  • Building type: Garage Shop Pole Building
  • Building size: 40’ x 40’ x 12’
  • Location: Sequim, WA
  • Concrete floor: 40’ x 40’ x 4” with fibermesh reinforcement and zip-strip crack-control
  • Garage doors: 10’ x 10’ raised panel steel overhead door with Stockton lites
  • Walk-in door: 3’ x 6’8” PermaBilt® door with Schlage dead bolt
  • Windows:
    • (2) 3’ x 4’ vertical sliders with screens and safety glass
    • (8) 3’ x 4’ vertical sliders with screens and safety glass
  • Accessories:
    • 4’ perimeter wainscoting
    • 100’ overhang over porch
    • 18” eave and gable overhangs with Town & Country® soffits
    • Gutter and downspouts


A Sequim Washington couple was looking to build a garage and workshop pole building on a remote part of their property.  Our PermaBilt® professional pole barn builder surveyed their location, and equally important, their access road in order to bring in the necessary building materials and equipment in to the building site for the garage and shop building.

After we obtained the proper building permit and with the site cleared, we started construction of the new garage and shop pole building. One of the highlights of this pole building design was a stylish porch that ran the length of the garage and also wrapped around a corner to cover a PermaBilt® walk-in door. 18” Eave and gable overhangs with Town & Country® soffits along with gutters and downspouts were included. Additionally, our customers wanted to add a bit more style to their new garage and workshop building by including a 4’ perimeter wainscoting

Completing the building with garage and walk-in doors, the couple could hardly wait to start working in their new garage and workshop.

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"Working with PermaBilt: Town & Country was a great experience. We had never worked with a contractor before and the staff was very helpful throughout the entire process: from site location, permitting to final construction of the building."
Steve Johnson – Olympia