This was a job unlike any we had ever done before. The customer had an existing pole barn and was interested in adding on to it instead of constructing a new free standing building. At first we were a little unsure how this would work because we'd never given it so much as a thought before. But after thinking about for just a little bit we realized that putting an addition on to a pole barn would actually be a very simple process.
The new building was being added to the rear of the existing building where a doorway was already in existence. This made the connection between the old and new very simple. Siding was removed from the existing pole barn so that the post frame of the new building could be integrated into the old.
For the new structure two windows and a walk-in door were added for increased airflow and accessibility. A 12x10 Cannonball slider door was placed at the unattached gable end to allow for easy tractor and machinery storage, the main purpose for having this pole barn extension.