Pole Building FAQs — Part III
At Delmarva Pole Buildings, we know that taking on a residential or commercial pole building project can be a daunting task. You need to find the right materials for the job, and you need to know that the company you’re working with is both knowledgeable and willing to help. We answered a few of your questions in a previous post, and in today’s post, we will continue to answer some of the most common questions we receive about pole buildings.
Delmarva Pole Buildings is proud to be the Top Rated Local® pole building supplier in Ohio, Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and New Jersey. We provide DIY kits as well as construction services, so please review our service areas and get in touch with our staff to learn more! We’ll happily help you find a pole building package that fits your needs without exceeding your budget.
Pole Building Questions Continued
Do You Outsource Your Materials?
While other pole building suppliers will outsource their materials, we proudly manufacture all of our materials in a climate-controlled environment. Many companies will manufacture their materials in the open, leaving them exposed to the elements. We know that you’re looking for the strongest pole building materials for your next project, so we never compromise on quality.
I’m Installing a Metal Roof — Should I Use Screws or Nails?
As a Top Rated Local® pole building supplier, we’ve found that screws are superior to nails for a variety of reasons. Whether you’re constructing a pole barn for storage or a residential pole building to live in, you want to ensure that you’re protected from high winds. Nails don’t provide much traction, and they can allow your roof to become dislodged during intense storms. Our state-of-the-art screws come in stainless steel or a galvanized variety, providing you with the best wind protection available.
While we’re on the topic of metal roofs, one concern that many customers have is that a metal roof will be noisy when it rains or hails. This concern is completely understandable, but luckily, there is a way to reduce the noise associated with a metal roof. A vapor barrier is a thin layer of sheeting that protects your pole building from water damage, and it can also act as an insulating sound barrier. If you’re installing a pole building as a guest house or a commercial building, then you will probably have attic space to act as an additional barrier. The combination of a vapor barrier and attic space should provide you with plenty of noise protection, no matter where you choose to construct your pole building.
Can I Finance My Pole Building?
Yes! Delmarva Pole Buildings has partnered with Admiral’s Bank to make it easy and affordable to finance your pole building project. Whether you’re paying for part of your project with cash and need to finance the remaining portion, or you need to finance the entire project, Admiral’s Bank has flexible options that can help you purchase the materials you need. Admiral’s Bank has some of the fastest turnaround times in the industry, and the vast majority of eligible applicants are approved within 24 hours of applying for financing. That means that you can apply and be approved for financing while we draw up your blueprints!
We hope that this post will be a valuable resource for you as you begin your commercial or residential pole building project. Be sure to check out parts one and two of this ongoing series for even more information about pole buildings. If you don’t see the information you’re looking for, or if you’re ready to begin a project, then please get in touch with us using the contact form at the bottom of this page! We look forward to speaking with you soon.