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Dutch Gambrel Barn Buildings

Oct. 24, 2017 ⋅ Categories: Industry

The Dutch Gambrel barn building is a traditional barn building design that is commonly associated with farms and ranches, however, the more modern approach allows for many different Dutch Gambrel barn design considerations. These post frame pole barn Gambrel buildings are no longer designed just for barns housing livestock, but instead, these beautiful Gambrel style pole barns are designed for shops, garages, commercial buildings and even homes.

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Although these post frame buildings are one of the most beautiful designs for barns, Dutch Gambrel barn buildings offer the flexibility that is needed for a living space or office. Having high clearances on the upper floor of the Gambrel pole building allows for greater usable space whether you are using your Dutch Gambrel barn as an agricultural building or a home office. When looking for a pole barn ideas that are functional and beautiful, the Dutch Gambrel barn design is the easy choice for all barns, sheds, garages, and light commercial buildings.

Our highly trained Dutch Gambrel barn builders will provide you personal service at your building site to ensure that every step of the construction process is smooth. Our professional barn builders will help you with siting and permitting through construction and cleanup, as well as helping with financing and warranty questions.

PermaBilt is Washington’s leading Dutch Gambrel pole barn builders with years’ of experience and we will exceed your expectations. Contact one of our barn builder representatives today.

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"Woohoo! We had to wait due to permitting issues in our city but the end product was so worth it! Everyone we dealt with was so nice even after hearing our sad story so many times. The crew that did the building on our property were very respectful and even helped when our dog decided to try and escape. The end product was better than I thought it would be, thank you!"
Christensen - Seattle