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Pole Barn Construction Tips South Carolina

A pole barn is a simple building that’s supported by poles in the ground and anchored by concrete. Many types are referred to as Post-Frame Buildings. These offer affordability and flexibility as they can be built anywhere, with much of the work done by yourself. Pole barn construction is considered one of the most economical and simplest ways to build with materials that are relatively cost effective. From Horse Barns, Sheds and Garages to Municipal Buildings and more, they come in all variety of colors and design options.

Be sure to ask your local authorities for any permits you should secure before building your pole barn construction in the state of South Carolina. Learning  how to build a pole barn and utilizing the best tips and tricks can end up being a fun community-wide event.

Plan & Design Your Barn Construction

You’ll first start by making a list of the purpose of the barn or building. Sketching a rough draft really helps as you’ll think of all the things you’ll be using the building for which will help you decide the size and building options you’ll need. This includes adding doors and windows and any overhangs you’ll want for the barn. At last you can decide on the aesthetics like colors wainscoting, porches and any other decorative items.
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Acquire The Materials & Note Costs

Once you’ve made your list, you can hitch up the trailer or take your pick-up down to your local home improvement store. Foundation or footers always come first using concrete footing. It’s best to use the treated and rot resistant posts for your pole barn framing verticals. As you frame the building, you’ll be creating wood trusses along with 2×4’s and 2×12’s. Be sure to buy all the hardward for your DIY project.

For the roof and siding, metal is typically the choice to complete the building. There are also pole barn kits for purchase, so be sure you check the inventory and make sure all is there before building your pole barn.

Getting Your Land Prepped for Construction

As you plan to build, start by measuring the space, clear any obstacles, including, rocks, trees and debris. The area will need to be leveled which can be manually done or with a backhoe. Once you’ve prepped the area, it’s time to start your pole barn construction DIY project! Dig your post holes 4-5 feet deep, mix your concrete and get your poles placed. Next, add the support beams, then add the trusses. Now for the fun part. Add the siding, and the roof then doors & windows. Oh hey there, you’ve built a pole barn! Congrats!

 

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