Pole Building FAQs — Part II
Pole buildings are an innovative and cost-effective construction approach, and their versatility is perfect for both residential and commercial uses. We answered some of your questions in a previous blog post, and in today’s post, we’ll continue to answer some of the most common questions we receive about pole buildings.
If you’re ready to start a pole building project of your own, then reach out to a member of Delmarva Pole Buildings through our website! We’ll help you through every step of the building process while paying attention to your needs and never exceeding your budget. Call us to request a free quote, and continue reading below to learn even more about pole buildings.
Pole Building Questions
Can I Do the Construction on My Own?
Yes! As a Top Rated Local® pole building company, we understand that many of our customers are looking to purchase just the materials required for their project. We’ll happily design a pole building to your specifications for you to build at the time of your choosing. We only deliver our pole building supplies to certain areas, so please ensure that you’re within our delivery range before beginning your project. You can still order a pole building from us if you are outside of our delivery range, but you will have to arrange for your project to be transported. Please contact a member of our staff to learn more about this option.
Do I Need a Building Permit?
Yes, in most cases you will need a building permit for a pole barn or pole building. We can’t speak broadly about code requirements, so we suggest that you call your local code department to determine exactly what you need in order to obtain a permit. Some areas will require certified (sealed) documents from an engineer before granting a permit, while others do not. We happily provide an expedited building permit service that can help you construct your pole building as quickly as possible – just call us to get started!
Can My Pole Building Be Relocated?
Yes! A major advantage of our pole buildings is that they can be easily relocated. Projects utilizing our revolutionary Delmarva Panel System require no nails whatsoever, and the building is held together by metal connector plates and heavy-duty screws instead. The combination of screws and metal connector plates is significantly stronger than traditional construction approaches, and the building can be easily disassembled by removing the screws and connecting plates. Please contact us for more advice about relocating an existing pole building.
We hope that this post has helped you to understand more about pole buildings and their benefits. Keep an eye on our blog page for future posts in which we’ll continue to explore this topic. In the meantime, get in touch with us if you’re thinking about beginning a pole building project. Whether you’re planning a pole barn or a new office for your business, Delmarva Pole Buildings is here to help you get the job done. We look forward to speaking with you soon!