The first step (other than the client’s initial contact) in PermaBilt’s building process is our building representative meeting with our client. Our professional barn builder met with our Snoqualmie customer on several occasions to fine tune the many details of their pole barn and garage. Groundwork is of utmost importance when it comes to our building a quality post frame pole building. Prior to construction our building representative put it best by his notation: “I think we have this nailed down…it will be a nice barn.”
After securing the permits and ordering materials, our crew began to build the pole barn and garage building. They quickly set the posts on a Friday, in a typical Northwest downpour. The customer, seeing how quickly the posts were set decided to measure over the weekend to see h ow far they were off. To his delight the posts were dead on. Our customer was pleased and assured of our commitment to quality.
What a nice barn it was! Of course our customer had excellent input on the design and wasn’t shy about including very specific requests including matching the windows on his home to those on his barn. Some other design features included (3) Carriage House steel roll-up garage doors. They are short panel with 45 degree corners and Stockton lites in one panel.. The T1-11 siding looks great (after the customer paint job) and our client opted for 3 tab roofing rather than steel. The entry door included a 22” x 36” cross hatch glass window. There is also a 4’ x 8’ unpainted wood Dutch door. A 3’ x 3’ cupola with weathervane horse adorns the top of th e barn. Perhaps the most appealing feature of the barn is the hay door centered above the garage door entry. Our client is sharp…that hay door is simulated!