Pole barn kits (also known as material packages) are increasing in popularity among DIYers. If you’ve stumbled across this blog, there’s a good chance that you’re interested in taking on your own building project. Maybe you have construction knowledge, and if not, we’re sure there are YouTube videos that you can watch for guidance.
Over the last couple of months, we’ve been going into detail with our pole barn kits’ price and building features. We’ve discussed pricing options for a 24’ x 24’ x 10’, 24’ x 32’ x 10’, and even a 30’ x 48’ x 12’ (just to name a few). This week we will be looking at cost and building materials for a 36’ x 56’ x 12’ pole barn kit. This will also be our last pole barn kit break down (unless we decide to add more to our material package options).
It’s no surprise that pole barn kits are becoming more popular. They’re an easy option to choose for someone who is interested in building a pole barn but doesn’t want to spend a lot of money, or even for those who enjoy tackling DIY projects on their own time. Not only that, they’re almost readily available at your larger home improvement stores (think Menards, Lowes, etc.) or through your local post frame builder. However, the main difference will be the quality of materials that make up your material package.
If you’re an avid reader of the FBi blog, you probably have noticed that we’ve been going into detail with our pole barn kits’ price and building features. We’ve discussed pricing options for a 24’ x 24’ x 10’ pole barn kit, as well as a 24’ x 32’ x 10’ pole barn kit. This week we will be looking at cost and building materials for a 30’ x 40’ pole barn kit.
If you’re interested in building a pole barn kit (also known as a material package), there’s a good chance that you’ve done a little research into price estimates. We shop around when purchasing a vehicle, house, insurance, schooling, television providers, etc. So, it only makes sense that you do the same for your post frame project.
If you find yourself reading this blog, there’s a good probability that you like to tackle DIY projects head-on. Perhaps you’re a go-getter who’s never had a job you couldn’t handle. Or maybe you’re not one to turn down a challenge. If the DIY Network or YouTube can show you how to do it, then you will do it. Whether it comes to creating, repairing, or building, you’re confident you can tackle it yourself instead of hiring someone else to do the job.