Pole garages are built using post frame construction. This differ from standard stick frame (aka stud wall) garages in a number of ways. Because the poles act as the foundation for the structure there is no need to lay a concrete slab or blocks to build upon. This offers significant savings during the construction phase. One of the great parts about choosing a pole garage is that you can add a concrete floor at a later time if you choose. This lowers your up front costs.
Commonly most pole garages are finished with metal siding and a metal roof, though shingles and/or vinyl siding is still an option. This style of construction is used more often when the garage is not being located right next to the home, thereby eliminating the need to replicate the the look of the siding and roofing on the home. Like all other pole buildings your options are plentiful. You can choose to add entry doors, windows, sliders, wainscoting; whatever is necessary to make the garage completely functional for your needs.
Steel Roofing & Siding - 29ga.
40-year Film Integrity Warranty
Plus 25 year Galvalume Substrate Warranty
Siliconized Polyester Coating
Eve Posts 8' on center
Gable Posts 10' on center
Manufactured Roof Truss by APM, Trusses spaced 4' on center
Truss Carrier / Header Pre-Engineered
Wall Girts 2x4 (24" on center)
Roof Purlins 2x4 (24" on center)
Pole Anti-LIft System
Layout, Design Drawings and Specifications with order
Free Tarp (to protect your materials during construction)
Even though our buildings are sold as kits, we will walk you through the specification process to help you decide which of these options are right for you, and modify the kit accordingly. Many of our buildings are sold un-insulated, but insulation can be added to the kit very easily. One of the advantages of a pole building is that it can be constructed without a concrete slab or foundation. Concrete can be added at a later time if and when the need arises.