The Two C's

The Two C's

Benefits Of Investing In A Pole-Building Barn Home For Your Property

by Floyd Dunn

Also referred to as barndominiums, pole-building barn homes are quickly becoming popular structural options for those who want to live a country life without sacrificing all the modern amenities that those in the city and suburbs enjoy. If you're getting ready to build a new home on your property, a pole-building barn might be the right option for you.

Here are a few benefits of such a building that you should be aware of.

No Worry of Rusting

Unlike barns and homes that are constructed with steel, there is no need to worry about rusting problems when building a pole barn home. Therefore, you can count on your structure to stand tall and sturdy for years to come without succumbing to distress and instability due to rust.

Spend Less on Construction

Chances are that you will spend less on a pole barn home than if you were to build a traditional house or a steel building. Wood is less expensive than metal, to begin with, and pole homes require less framing than traditional homes so less wood is used in the process which can save you some money.

Move in Quickly

Building a pole barn home is usually less time-consuming than building a traditional or steel structure of any kind because there are fewer moving pieces to deal with. Wood also happens to be lighter and easier than steel to work with, which can result in a quicker construction process. This means that you should be able to move in quickly after deciding to build a pole barn home.

Optimized Design Options

Pole barn homes do not require load-bearing walls to keep the roof up. Therefore, you can create a completely open space inside your home without any walls at all, or you can install walls exactly where you want them to go without having to worry about structural integrity. Interior design options are almost limitless.

Enhanced Curb Appeal

Pole barn homes are impressive both on the inside and out. They stand out from the crowd because they aren't as common as traditional barns and homes. So, you can expect that you will gain some attention from passersby due to enhanced curb appeal – at least compared to the traditional houses that are sitting in your neighborhood.

Contact a pole building barn home contractor company, such as Hammer Time Construction LLC, to learn more about the construction process, find out what your specific building options are, and schedule a personal consultation appointment.


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The Two C's

Welcome to a blog about the two C's. The two C's, as you might have already guessed are construction and contractors. These words are closely related. "Construction" refers to the art and science of building something. That something could be anything from a shed to a sidewalk. "Contractors" are the people who do the building. There are general contractors who do all sorts of building work, and then there are specialists who do work such as plumbing, electrical work, and drywall. Stop by and read a few articles when you have the time, and we promise you'll learn more about these two C's.