Pole Barn Kits Oregon

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Oregon Pole Barn Builders

Customization & Design

Pole Barn Customization and Design is what we do. When you contact our team, we take your idea and make plans out it. The result is one perfect pole barn kit ready to assemble. 

Manufacture Facilities Nationwide

We have pole barn manufacturing facilities nationwide. Whether you are looking to build post-frame construction in Oregon or any other part of the country, we can take care of you. 

Pole Barn Kits

We provide a large variety of pole barn kits here in Oregon. Common sizes are: 40x60, 30x40, 30x60, 30x50, 24x24, and much more. Contact our team for prices and to start your pole barn project. 

Turnkey Pole Barn Construction

Looking for a turnkey package? Our team is equipped to provide a one-stop-shop for your pole barn kit project. From sitework, to concrete, to erection, we have you covered.

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Turnkey Pole Barns in Oregon

For a one-stop-shop, turnkey, pole barn kit in Oregon, you've come to the right place. Why hire multiple subcontractors when you can just hire one? We don't just sell pole ban kits, we erect them too. With our turnkey package we give our clients exactly what they want and say them money. Our experience in post-frame construction sets us apart from other contractors. Contact our team today for a free consultation.

 

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Oregon Pole Barn Homes

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Pole Barn Homes

If you have never experience the beauty of and Oregon pole building home, then you are missing out. Designed to fit your needs, our homes are one-of-a-kind and absolutely gorgeous. The versatility and size of our pole barns allow them to be made into beautiful homes that your neighbors will envy. If you are looking to build a house to make your friends jealous, contact our team today to get the ball rolling. Will assist you every step of the way.

 

Oregon Horse Barns

Horse Barns

We love our horse barn and think you will too. Depending on the overall need of your pole barn, we can design and build exactly what you need. Many of our horse barns have room for horses and equipment and even have living-quarters up stairs. It all depends on what you are looking to build. All of our barns are able to withstand the environmental snow loads that Oregon winters have to the throw at us. We make sure every building is design and constructed to keep you and your animals safe.

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Oregon Pole Barn Garages

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Pole Barn Garages

Out of all the building methods to construct a garage, we love pole barn garages the best. We feel like you get more bang for your buck with our pole building kits. We design and build all types of pole barn garages. Whether you are looking for living-quarters upstairs, a work shop, storage, or just a place to show off and protect your vehicles, our garage kits are the perfect solution. We can completely customize the interior and exterior of your garage to fit your ideas.

Key Benefits of Pole Barn Kits

Affordability

Affordable pole barn kits is the name of the game. We are very competitive with the pole barn market. Where we really save our clients money is when they purchase our pole barn kits and hire us to construct them. We call this a turnkey package and it is the best way to get the most out of your dollar. 

Long Lasting

Our pole barn kits are an investment. We construct them to last for years and years. Our kits are made from the highest quality wood and materials, allowing them to withstand all the elements that Oregon has to throw at them. We build them to look great and last a very long time.

Easy to Build

If you are a do-it-yourself kind of person, you've also come to the right place. Our pole barn kits are designed and delivered to be put together as an assembly kit. A little will power, instruction reading capability, muscle, and a few helping hands, and you can erect our pole barn kits yourself. 

Durable

Durability is the name of the game when building pole barn kits. Our pole building packages are engineered and constructed to withstand all types of weather and storms. Our kits are made to take a beating. Designed with the highest quality of wood and materials, our pole barn will last for a long time. 

Energy Efficient

Our post-frame pole barns come in a kit ready to assemble. There is little to no waste on your part. In addition, our kits are made from natural resources that are good for the earth and are recyclable. Wood works as natural insulation as well. In addition spray-in insulation is an excellent way to keep warm in the winter. 

Customizable

The best parts about pole building construction are the versatility and customizability.  We love designing and building beautiful pole barn kits for our clients. If you can imagine we can build it for you. Contact our sales team today to start customizing your dream pole barn.  Contact us today for a free consultation. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Pole Barns are essential a construction method base on post-frame construction. This construction method is perfect for high ceiling and spacious floor plans. Many of our pole barn kits are used as homes, garages, shops, and barns. 

Pole barns are one of the most popular building methods. Other than their versatility and customizability, they also make beautiful homes, shops, and barns. They also erect quickly, saving time and money. Being made of wood, they make it really easy to build-out the interior, unlike with metal building kits

When it comes to construction, this is an essential question. If your pole barn is not designed for your local building codes, you may not be eligible to build at all. Our team is here to make sure that doesn't happen. We manufacture pole barn kits for the location they will be built. This ensures that you will have everything you need to meet local building codes. 

This is a very popular question. When you buy a pole barn kits, you are interested in how long they take to assemble. Well, the truth is, pole barn kits are among the fastest building methods available. Especially when you hire our team to erect them for you. Our manufacturing lead times are generally 6-8 weeks.

Seven Things to Consider When Building a Pole Barn in Oregon

Pole Barn Kits are one of the top choices when it comes to construction. The post-frame construction method is not only easy to assemble, but it also allows for interior build-outs to be a breeze. Our pole building kits are often used for pole homes, garages, shops, farm barns, horse barns, storage barns, and more. When building a pole barn kit there are multiple factors to consider. The end-use of your pole barn is important to know for many reasons such as permitting, overall cost, and additional features such as, will it needs electricity, plumbing, etc. The height and width of your pole barn is also important to consider. The larger the barn the more space you will need and the more it will cost. Other important aspects to consider are the details and accessories. What kind of roof would you like, do you want gutters, what kind of windows and doors, etc.? Developing all of this information will greatly help you in the design and planning your pole barn project.

1. Pole Barn End-Use

When building a pole barn, the first thing you should consider is what the overall end use of the barn will be. Essentially, what are you looking to use the barn for? If you have floor plans and are looking to build a pole building home, you will need to make sure the building kit is designed to fit your floor plans. If you are looking to build a large barn for storage or agriculture, you will need to make sure you have plenty of space. Each pole barn is designed with bays. The width of the bays depends on the design of the building and will need to be designed to interact with your end-use fluently. If you are building a pole barn garage, you will need to know how many garage doors you will need and ask yourself if you would like any additional space for a work shop or work area. The good news is that you will not need to come up with all of this on your own, our team is here to assist you through every step of the planning and pole barn building process.

2. Pole Barn Sizes

When building a pole barn, it is important to consider the overall size of your building. It is also important to check with local governing authorities to make sure that you can build the size barn that you are looking to construct. Many people often make the mistake of not building a barn large enough. Pole barns can quickly outlive their intended use, leaving owners wanting more. Don't make this mistake, build a barn that will suit your current needs along with your future needs.

3. Choosing the right roofing material

Every pole barn needs a roof. Luckily, you have many different types of roofing materials to choose from. You can always go with a metal roof, which lasts forever, or you can use a shingle roof to be more traditional. The look and style is completely up to you. Whatever you choose, try to use a material that conceals screws to prevent any future leaks.

4. Pole Barn Kit Accessories

When designing your Oregon pole barn kit, don't forget about accessories such as windows, doors, cupolas, and more. The size and location of walk-thru doors and overhead doors are essential in the designing process. The same goes with windows; they must be located in correct areas that will house the accessory. If your build does not have windows or doors, we recommend ventilation such as louvers, ridge vents, or open areas.

5. Pole Building Location

When building a pole barn, choosing the best location is important. You will need a relatively flat area that can be easily graded. That is unless you will have an elevated pole barn. It is also important to make sure the barn is located in an area that has fluent water drainage. The last thing you want is for your building to sit in water and dry-rot. We also recommend that your barn is located away from any trees that may drop large limbs or even blow over during major storms. This can save major headaches in the future.

6. Building Permitting

We highly recommend that you do not order a pole barn until you have acquired permitting. Sadly, people make this mistake when trying to construct pole barns themselves. It is important to check will all local governing authorities to make sure you are allowed to build and meet all requirements for construction.

7. DIY or Not?

For the do-it-your-self pole barn people, we have barn kits for you. All of our kits come with instructions and come as kits ready to assemble. However, if you would like to save the hassle, we offer turnkey building packages as well. Our team are experts at building pole barns and we offer warranties with our construction that you cannot get when erecting on your own. Contact our sales team today for a free consultation.

When it comes to Oregon Pole Barn Construction, we can walk you through every step of the way. We love designing and building pole barns and enjoy the smile the completed building puts on the face of our customers. Contact our team today and start planning your pole barn project.

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Cities in Oregon

  • Adams, OR
  • Albany, OR
  • Arlington, OR
  • Ashland, OR
  • Astoria, OR
  • Athena, OR
  • Aumsville, OR
  • Aurora, OR
  • Baker City, OR
  • Bandon, OR
  • Banks, OR
  • Bay City, OR
  • Beaverton, OR
  • Bend, OR
  • Boardman, OR
  • Bonanza, OR
  • Brookings, OR
  • Brownsville, OR
  • Burns, OR
  • Butte Falls, OR
  • Canby, OR
  • Cannon Beach, OR
  • Canyon City, OR
  • Canyonville, OR
  • Carlton, OR
  • Cascade Locks, OR
  • Cave Junction, OR
  • Central Point, OR
  • Chiloquin, OR
  • Clackamas, OR
  • Clatskanie, OR
  • Cloverdale, OR
  • Columbia City, OR
  • Condon, OR
  • Coos Bay, OR
  • Coquille, OR
  • Cornelius, OR
  • Corvallis, OR
  • Cottage Grove, OR
  • Cove, OR
  • Creswell, OR
  • Culver, OR
  • Dallas, OR
  • Dayton, OR
  • Depoe Bay, OR
  • Detroit, OR
  • Donald, OR
  • Drain, OR
  • Dufur, OR
  • Dundee, OR
  • Eagle Point, OR
  • Echo, OR
  • Elgin, OR
  • Enterprise, OR
  • Estacada, OR
  • Eugene, OR
  • Fairview, OR
  • Falls City, OR
  • Forest Grove, OR
  • Fossil, OR
  • Garibaldi, OR
  • Gaston, OR
  • Gates, OR
  • Gervais, OR
  • Gladstone, OR
  • Glendale, OR
  • Glide, OR
  • Gold Beach, OR
  • Gold Hill, OR
  • Grand Ronde, OR
  • Grants Pass, OR
  • Gresham, OR
  • Haines, OR
  • Halfway, OR
  • Halsey, OR
  • Harrisburg, OR
  • Hebo, OR
  • Heppner, OR
  • Hermiston, OR
  • Hillsboro, OR
  • Hines, OR
  • Hood River, OR
  • Hubbard, OR
  • Huntington, OR
  • Idanha, OR
  • Imbler, OR
  • Independence, OR
  • Irrigon, OR
  • Jacksonville, OR
  • Jefferson, OR
  • John Day, OR
  • Jordan Valley, OR
  • Joseph, OR
  • Junction City, OR
  • Keizer, OR
  • Klamath Falls, OR
  • La Grande, OR
  • La Pine, OR
  • Lafayette, OR
  • Lake Oswego, OR
  • Lakeside, OR
  • Lakeview, OR
  • Lebanon, OR
  • Lexington, OR
  • Lincoln City, OR
  • Long Creek, OR
  • Lostine, OR
  • Lowell, OR
  • Lyons, OR
  • Madras, OR
  • Malin, OR
  • Manzanita, OR
  • Marion, OR
  • Maupin, OR
  • Mcminnville, OR
  • Medford, OR
  • Mehama, OR
  • Merrill, OR
  • Mill City, OR
  • Milton Freewater, OR
  • Molalla, OR
  • Monmouth, OR
  • Monroe, OR
  • Moro, OR
  • Mosier, OR
  • Mount Angel, OR
  • Mount Hood Parkdale, OR
  • Mount Vernon, OR
  • Myrtle Creek, OR
  • Myrtle Point, OR
  • Nehalem, OR
  • Netarts, OR
  • Newberg, OR
  • Newport, OR
  • North Bend, OR
  • North Plains, OR
  • North Powder, OR
  • Nyssa, OR
  • Oakland, OR
  • Oakridge, OR
  • Oceanside, OR
  • Odell, OR
  • Ontario, OR
  • Oregon City, OR
  • Pacific City, OR
  • Paisley, OR
  • Pendleton, OR
  • Philomath, OR
  • Phoenix, OR
  • Pilot Rock, OR
  • Port Orford, OR
  • Portland, OR
  • Powers, OR
  • Prairie City, OR
  • Prineville, OR
  • Rainier, OR
  • Redmond, OR
  • Reedsport, OR
  • Riddle, OR
  • Rockaway Beach, OR
  • Rogue River, OR
  • Rose Lodge, OR
  • Roseburg, OR
  • Rufus, OR
  • Saint Helens, OR
  • Saint Paul, OR
  • Salem, OR
  • Sandy, OR
  • Scappoose, OR
  • Scio, OR
  • Scotts Mills, OR
  • Seneca, OR
  • Shady Cove, OR
  • Sheridan, OR
  • Sherwood, OR
  • Siletz, OR
  • Silverton, OR
  • Sisters, OR
  • Springfield, OR
  • Stanfield, OR
  • Stayton, OR
  • Sublimity, OR
  • Sutherlin, OR
  • Sweet Home, OR
  • Talent, OR
  • Tangent, OR
  • Terrebonne, OR
  • Tillamook, OR
  • Toledo, OR
  • Troutdale, OR
  • Tualatin, OR
  • Turner, OR
  • Tygh Valley, OR
  • Ukiah, OR
  • Umatilla, OR
  • Union, OR
  • Vale, OR
  • Veneta, OR
  • Vernonia, OR
  • Waldport, OR
  • Wallowa, OR
  • Warm Springs, OR
  • Warrenton, OR
  • Wasco, OR
  • West Linn, OR
  • Westfir, OR
  • Weston, OR
  • Wheeler, OR
  • White City, OR
  • Willamina, OR
  • Wilsonville, OR
  • Winchester, OR
  • Winston, OR
  • Woodburn, OR
  • Yachats, OR
  • Yamhill, OR
  • Yoncalla, OR

Counties in Oregon

  • Baker County, OR
  • Benton County, OR
  • Clackamas County, OR
  • Clatsop County, OR
  • Columbia County, OR
  • Coos County, OR
  • Crook County, OR
  • Curry County, OR
  • Deschutes County, OR
  • Douglas County, OR
  • Gilliam County, OR
  • Grant County, OR
  • Harney County, OR
  • Hood River County, OR
  • Jackson County, OR
  • Jefferson County, OR
  • Josephine County, OR
  • Klamath County, OR
  • Lake County, OR
  • Lane County, OR
  • Lincoln County, OR
  • Linn County, OR
  • Malheur County, OR
  • Marion County, OR
  • Morrow County, OR
  • Multnomah County, OR
  • Polk County, OR
  • Sherman County, OR
  • Tillamook County, OR
  • Umatilla County, OR
  • Union County, OR
  • Wallowa County, OR
  • Wasco County, OR
  • Washington County, OR
  • Wheeler County, OR
  • Yamhill County, OR