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Start Your Next Pole Barn or Post Frame Project With The Experts at Keim

A post frame building is a type of structure that uses large posts or poles as the primary support structure. The posts are usually set in concrete, making them strong and durable. Post frame buildings can be used for various purposes, including storage sheds, garages, workshops, and even homes.

One of the biggest benefits of post frame buildings is that they can be highly customized. For example, the size and spacing of the posts can be adjusted to accommodate larger doors or windows. In addition, the roof can be raised or lowered to create more headroom or allow for a loft's installation. As a result, post frame buildings are extremely versatile and can be tailored to suit a wide range of needs.
 

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The experts at Keim Lumber are ready to assist you with all your post frame building needs, including:

  • Pole barns
  • Barndominums
  • Machinery sheds
  • Garages
  • Dairy barns
  • Horse barns

Build Within Your Budget - Sizing and Cost Considerations for Your Post Frame Building

When it comes to post frame buildings, there are many factors to consider regarding sizing and cost. Here are a few things to keep in mind as you plan your post frame building:

  • The size of the pole barn will largely be determined by the purpose for which it will be used. If you're planning on using it for storage, you'll need to factor in the size of the items you'll be storing. If you're planning on using it as a workshop, you'll need to factor in the size of the equipment you'll use.
  • The type of pole barn you choose will also play a role in determining the cost. There are several different types of post frame buildings, from simple storage sheds to complex multi-purpose structures. Choose the type that best suits your needs and budget.
  • The material used for your pole barn will also affect the cost. Metal pole barns are typically more expensive than wood pole barns, but they're also more durable and require less maintenance. Ultimately, the decision of which material to use should be based on your needs and budget.

By keeping these factors in mind, you can ensure that you build within your budget and end up with a pole barn that meets your needs.

 

Small Pole Barn Example with one large bay

 

Small Pole Barn Example
 

Keim is Ready to Partner on Your Project from Start to Finish

With a knowledgeable and experienced staff ready to assist you every step of the way, Keim Lumber wants to partner with you to make your project simple and successful.  We start by helping you visualize your project using state-of-the-art tools and software.  This design process is efficient and enjoyable while enhancing the overall project experience with a clear visual of your desired post frame structure.  

After the design process is complete, you’ll have a detailed list of everything you’ll need to finish your project. Keim will personally deliver your selected project materials to any location within 150 miles of Keim’s headquarters in Charm, Ohio. And should you need it, we can also help you connect with reputable and reliable builders and contractors in your area to complete the build!

 

Large Pole Barn Example

 

Red Barn Example

Shop the Post Frame Lumber Brands the Keim Team Selects for Our Own Projects

ProVia:   Keim Lumber proudly partners with and recommends the outstanding exterior doors provided by ProVia. ProVia provides a wide range of exterior doors, including stunning entry doors, hinged patio doors, French doors, sliding glass patio doors, storm doors, and more.

Silvercraft:  Specializing in farm and barn doors, Silvercraft provides a wide range of options for your next barn project.  Silvercraft can customize a solution to your door needs for any frame construction project, from turnout doors to sliding barn doors and even bird access doors.

McElroy Metals:  Keim works with the best, and that’s why we work with McElroy metals.  Family-owned for almost 60 years, McElroy Metals will cap off any pole barn framing project with a roof of the highest quality.  With a variety of finishes, colors, and styles, McElroy Metals will ensure a great roof covers every project.

Premier Metals:  A quality post barn project wouldn’t be complete without quality siding.  Premier Metals provides the trim, accessories, and colors to make a stunning impression that will last for many years to come.  Whether you want your frame construction project to stand out or blend in, Premier Metals can provide the siding to suit your needs.

Get Inspiration and Explore Finishing Options for Your Pole Barn or Post Frame Project

The experts at Keim take pride in our work and our ability to deliver helpful advice and high-quality products. That’s why we look forward to working with you to help get even the smallest details exactly right on your post frame project. 

Keim can offer recommendations regarding door and window sizing, placement, and functionality. For example, windows that maximize ventilation would be an important consideration for a dairy barn or stable, just as the right overhung door is essential to maximize the functionality of a large equipment storage shed. Our advanced design tools make it easy to visualize your options and make adjustments to ensure your project is exactly what you want for years to come. 

We also make it easy to visualize and shop for all your finishes, from our in-stock selection of doors and windows to custom interior options created just for your new post frame building to siding and roofing selections as well. 

Whatever your vision, the experts at Keim Lumber are ready to listen and help inspire you to bring your project to life!

 

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