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Why Choose a Pole Barn?

Jan. 1, 2022

Our customers often ask us why they should consider a pole barn or post frame building. 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
• Durability
• 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.

Contact us today so that we can help you find your perfect pole barn.

Large red monitor style pole building with 2 large garage doors, and one smaller garage door in gable end.

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