The phrase “cost-effective” could mean something different to many people. Some people may be looking to spend the least amount of money possible. But, at the same time, others are looking to get the best bang for their buck.
Concrete is one of the most expensive elements of the pole barn construction process. Not to mention it’s complicated and costly to remove if it’s not done right. Therefore, it’s worth taking the time to understand the basics of concrete, so the result is a slab that delivers what you need.
In this article, we will continue pushing the same two ideas - bigger is always better and measure once, measure again, and yeah, definitely measure a third time. Before finalizing the design for your post-frame project, you need to make sure you can get the equipment in and out with ease.
You’ve imagined your dream pole barn or post-frame home for years, and you’re FINALLY ready to start the conversation, but wow - talk about overwhelming. There are several steps to take in your building process, and we want to make sure you’re comfortable with making decisions about your building investment.
Did you know that a pole barn is extremely energy efficient? From keeping your building cool in the summer months to a comfortable temperature in the winter months, a post-frame building can keep you comfortable year-round. Thankfully there are several ways to keep your pole barn cool, ranging from insulation to windows, doors, and more.