Can You Build a Pole Barn in The Winter?
Angie Dobson

By: Angie Dobson on November 16th, 2018

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Can You Build a Pole Barn in The Winter?

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Now that the cold weather is here to stay (especially with the snow that we've been getting recently), we are often times faced with the same question from our customers, "Can you build a pole barn in the winter?" The answer is simple...yes we can. It might come as a shock to some people because there's this perception that constructing a post frame building in the winter can't be done. 

Why? Most people think that the ground is too frozen, the temperatures are too cold and your quality is poor because the crew guys aren't comfortable.

What if we told you that our crews prefer building in the winter versus the hot, summer months. Would you believe us? 

We are here to bust all of the myths that building in the winter can't be done...find out why.
 

Don't let winter scare you from building. Ready to take the next step? Contact us today to get your project started.

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Do you have more questions that are not covered in this video? If you need help designing and planning, please contact FBi Buildings at 800.552.2981 or click here to email usIf you are ready to get a price, click here to request a quote and a member of our customer engagement team will help you determine the next steps of your project.

About Angie Dobson

Angie graduated from Indiana State University with a Bachelor of Science in Interior Design. Prior to joining the FBi team, Angie was a kitchen and bath sales consultant in Lafayette, IN. In 2012, she started with FBi as the Inside Sales/Marketing Assistant. Today she holds the role as Marketing Project Manager. Angie grew up in a farming community and has always enjoyed helping her family on the farm. A past 10 year 4-H Member, her passion for livestock pursued her to take a career in the agriculture field. Her and her husband live in Northwest Indiana with their two daughters. In her free time, she enjoys outdoor leisure activities and spending time with friends and family.