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Information that gives you insight into post-frame construction and in making your building project a success.

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Pole Barn Insurance  |  Posts  |  Repairs & Renovations

Pole Barn Insurance: 3 Steps to Take When Filing a Claim

You’ve probably always thought to yourself, “this will never happen to me,” and let’s be honest, who hasn’t thought this? Statistics say it happens to one in a million, so you can’t possibly be that one, right? But unfortunately, you are that statistic, and now you’ve found yourself reading this blog because it did happen to you.

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Building Tips  |  Posts  |  Repairs & Renovations

Pole Barn Renovation Ideas: What Can I Do?

When it comes to renovating a pole barn, it’s easy to become overwhelmed with what to do and where to start. Thanks to social media platforms like Instagram and Pinterest, it seems as though we are constantly bombarded with the latest ideas in renovating.  Enter man caves and she-sheds.

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Posts  |  Repairs & Renovations  |  Structural Integrity

7 Most Common Pole Barn Repairs

It’s not uncommon for damaging wind gusts to bully their way through the Midwest. If we didn’t have at least a dozen wind storms throughout the year, we wouldn’t know how to act. Yes, it really is that common around these parts.  As a professional Northwest Indiana pole barn builder, we understand the odds are somewhat against us, especially in the spring and summer months. Honestly, the pole barn construction business would be much easier for us if Mother Nature wasn’t so unpredictable.

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In Need of Pole Barn Repairs? 7 Tips You Need to Know

As a professional pole barn builder, we understand that the weather can be unpredictable and uncontrollable, especially if you live in the Midwest like us. One day, the meteorologist calls for a brutal chill and inches of snow. The next day, it’s sunny with temperatures in the mid-50s. You never know what type of weather you’re going to get and eventually, you get used to the abnormal weather patterns.

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