This 36′ x 60′ x 12′ horse barn was built for toys, farm animals and horses.
Post-frame building is a style of construction based on using large poles buried in the ground as the framework of the structure. Girts provide the horizontal support for the roofing. Some advantages of postframe construction include greater strength, fewer building materials, and extra room for insulation. Post-frame construction is an ideal method for farmhouse-style homes.
Hosting weddings and events is a fun way to make your property profitable and create a long-lasting family business. If you’rethinking of building a wedding venue on your site, though, you’ll need to make sure it appeals to brides, grooms, vendors, local companies, and others. How can you do that? Here are five things to
Two main building methods exist for erecting buildings: post-frame and stick-frame. Stick-frame construction, which has effectively cornered the residential building market, requires a concrete foundation to build upon. Post-frame construction, by contrast, anchors its wall poles directly in the ground. While this may seem like a relatively small difference, it can have significant ramifications on