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Building Styles

Pole Buildings are Extremely Versatile Structures

We can help you design your unique pole building and are here to guide you in the process of finding that balance between performance, look and budget.

The best way to start in this process is to ask yourself what you will be using the building for now and possibly in the future.

Maybe it will be a multi-purpose structure and should have different wings and areas. Maybe it’s close to the house and needs to be dressed up to blend in better. Even if it’s just a shed out back there might be that one feature to make the building just right for your purpose. Our advice for you is to start off with what you want. We always say, “shoot for the moon and settle for the atmosphere”. 

Our experienced Building Sales Consultants will work with you until you land in a place where your budget meets your vision. 

These building styles are a great starting point and will give you a better understanding of what is possible!

When making a decision about the size of your new building, it is important to consider your space needs, present AND future.


After years of building pole buildings and thousands of buildings later, we have yet to hear anyone tell us that they wished they would have built theirs smaller.

In reality, the exact opposite is true. Although deciding how large your building will be is often times impacted by budget and/or municipality restrictions, we will help and guide you to come up with a size that will fit your needs now and later.

Here Are a Few Items to Consider…

  • The average motorcycle is 3’ wide x 8’ long
  • The average riding mower is 4’ wide x 6’ long
  • The average boat is 6’ wide and 26’ long with trailer
  • The average tractor is 6’ wide x 12’ long
  • The average car is 7’ wide x 15’ long (15’x15’ with doors open)
  • The average SUV & Truck are 8’ wide x 17’ long (17’x17’ with doors open)

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