As you scroll through your social media feed, you’re bound to see a successful “do-it-yourself” (DIY) project or handcrafted good for sale. As you embark on a late-night YouTube rabbit hole, you’re bound to come across some DIY videos. Since the pandemic, the DIY industry has exploded, and understandably so. Consumers are quarantined at home with the sudden urge to take up a new hobby (and make a few bucks) or finally tackle that home improvement project (and save money on hiring out).
Every post-frame builder wants you to purchase their product over the competition. It’s the nature of business. Their pole barns are superior in terms of structural integrity. They use higher-quality building materials that withstand the test of time. Their warranty covers more components for longer periods. Their construction crews are more efficient. You get the gist. As consumers, we hear these claims all the time. But, how do you know if their post-frame buildings are the best on the market? Do they have concrete evidence to back up such a bold statement?