Our customers often ask us why they should consider a pole barn building or post frame building for their property. When embarking on a new construction project there are a number of considerations that any home owner will want to account for including:
• Overall Project Cost
• Quality of Work and Materials
• Intended Use of the Structure
Instead of a traditional foundation, a pole building is supported by structurally-rated, pressure-treated posts buried in the ground which hold up the weight of the walls and roof. A concrete slab can be poured after the erection of the building. Forgoing the foundation is only one of many ways a pole barn can reduce the cost of your construction project. On average, a pole building will require less of an investment in materials and labor, not to mention time.
Are you looking for a building that will stand the test of time? A pole barn, because it is erected on structurally-rated posts buried into the ground, will hold up against extreme weather conditions. Beyond that, the steel roof and siding used in a pole building will require far less maintenance over the years than traditional materials.
Along with a comparatively lower cost and high quality of product, a pole barn is, hands down, the most versatile structure you can build. Our clients use us for more than just barns; we have designed garages and shops, home office spaces, commercial warehouses, antique car show-rooms, horse arenas, and much, much more. For every building style there are numerous accessories that can be tailored to each customer’s specific vision.