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Building a garage or shed requires a lot of planning. You may decide that a pole or post frame building is the best design for your barn. Knowing what wood, material or steel to use for the structure is important. You will have to decide whether you are going to do the work yourself or hire a contractor. It is a good idea to look around for examples of other pole and post frame buildings to see what you like. Your garage, shed or barn will serve a purpose and you want to ensure that it is stable to hold up for a long time. To maintain the integrity of the structure, you may want to buy higher quality wood and steel. The following are key terms to familiarize yourself with before starting the project.

  • Machine Stress Rated - A term that describes how some lumber is rated. Lumber that is machine stress rated is generally stronger and more consistent than visually rated lumber.
  • Eave - Where the side wall and roof meet on the edge of the building.
  • Gable Roof - A type of roof that has a peak with one slope on each side. Each slope is the same angle and the roof is symmetrical.
  • Gambrel Roof - A type of roof that has a peak with two slopes on each side. The upper slope will be shallow while the lower slope will be steeper.
  • Monolithic Construction - A method of creating the foundation for a building by combining the concrete and floor slabs. This is a design that is best used in warmer climates.
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    McMillen Construction
    1201 Bryden Ave, Lewiston, ID 83501
    (208) 746-1083
    Miller Construction
    1122 15th Ave, Lewiston, ID 83501
    (208) 743-1449
    Action Steel Builders Inc
    Boise, ID 83706
    (208) 322-1333
    Cleary Building Corp
    2281 E 1010 S, Hazelton, ID 83335
    (208) 829-5564
    Graves Creek Construction
    Cottonwood, ID 83533
    (208) 962-5529
    Ziggy's Building Materials
    1109 Warner Ave, Lewiston, ID 83501
    (208) 743-6900
    Dave's Custom Construction
    31042 Timber Dr, Kendrick, ID 83537
    (208) 289-3407
    Morton Buildings
    1410 N Franklin Blvd, Nampa, ID 83687
    (208) 466-5221
    Baldwin Building Company LLC
    Lewiston, ID 83501
    (208) 743-3370
    Timber-Steel Buildings Inc.
    Meridian, ID 83642
    (208) 870-1722
    Jagow Construction LLC
    Kamiah, ID 83536
    (208) 935-5083
    Two Man Crew Construction LLC
    Lewiston, ID 83501
    (208) 750-5619
    Steel Systems Inc
    4409 N Haroldsen Dr, Idaho Falls, ID 83401
    (208) 529-3577
    Timber-Steel Buildings Inc
    5600 S Cloverdale Rd, Boise, ID 83709
    (208) 362-1818
    Smitty's Pole Buildings
    Lewiston, ID 83501
    (208) 798-4541


    Pole buildings are simple structures built around the use of posts. Barns, storage sheds, garages, houses, and carports are often built using this method. This construction technique does not generally employ the use of framing and studs as in traditional construction. Laminated columns or square posts make up the supporting frame, and materials used can range from metal and steel, to wood and fiberglass. Pole buildings first emerged in the 1920s. Utility poles were used to construct simple buildings like horse stables and barns. Since then, the techniques have become a bit more sophisticated, but the basic premise remains the same. Pole building providers can offer prefab walls, steel siding, prefabricated sheds and garage storage, and structure kits. One may specialize in residential pole buildings, while another may focus more on commercial or industrial projects. Many offer all three types of services, along with agricultural buildings as well. In most cases, customers can design their own floor plans, get free estimates or quotes, apply their own color scheme, and obtain financing. Many pole building providers sell construction kits for handy consumers to put together on their own. These companies may also sell roofing materials and supplies, posts, house plans, and general construction supplies. Services offered may range form sales and service to installation and repair. Companies and individuals who want to build a pole building or have one built for them can consult with area providers. The Internet is a great resource to start with, as is the phone book, or even word of mouth.
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