New Garage!!! On its way

zmatalucci

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I ordered my pole barn today. It's going to erected at my house for me to do my dirty work in. ie: carving & sandblasting monuments

It's 24'-32'-10' one garage door...2 windows....and one entry door.
I paid $5,194....and my friends and I will be putting it together....(we just finished one for my buddy, pretty easy)
I'll post pics when it's complete!
 

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zmatalucci

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It's all 6-6 post construction, with 2-4 purlins, sided with 29gauge metal siding. The roof consists of pre-engineered roof trusses with 2-4 purlins and 29 gauge metal as well. These buildings are rock solid and much cheaper to build than a conventional stick built building.

This isn't the company I used, but it's some info for you.
http://www.cbstructuresinc.com/about/dutchway-pole-barns/
 

wes70

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Congrats on the new shop. I hope you'll be taking and showing us pics during the build.
 

Ruddbow

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That is a great price. I built the same shop several years back. Of course I wish it was 3x the size. How much more for 12' or 14' height? I built 12' one of the best decisions I made. Would rather had 14' but found a steal of a deal on doors. I put 4 windows (wish I didn't) and put the big doors on peak ends. Did you put some floor drains in?
 

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Mosh

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Sweet! We have a pole shed for our farm equipment, best value for the dollar!
Are you getting it insulated too? IMO the insulation pole barn companies put in is a little thin, so be ready to add a little for that if you plan on heating/cooling. Nice look on the design.
 

OldPaint

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pole barns here .........cant be built. gota be 140 MPH WINDLOAD. i did mine for, to windload spec for $8400.00.
concrete and doors extra. 14 tall front, 16 tall rear.........24 x 30'.
 

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JR's

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Zeth, that is cool. I wish we had some land to do that.
Only thing that I would reconsider or think about is the 8 foot garage doors.
You never know when you have a chance to do a semi truck. And then you'd be out in the cold or in the heat.
But it looks really cool and a fun project.

JR :)
 

zmatalucci

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Zeth, that is cool. I wish we had some land to do that.
Only thing that I would reconsider or think about is the 8 foot garage doors.
You never know when you have a chance to do a semi truck. And then you'd be out in the cold or in the heat.
But it looks really cool and a fun project.

JR :)

I wont be using this shop for signs or lettering.. just tombstones.
My sign shop has a 14' and 12' door for trucks at our commercial location
 

Gino

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A friend of mine just told me he had one priced to be built for a 20' x 40' I believe for almost $20,000. He said F*** that and is in the process of getting everything he needs delivered for right around $5,000 also. He said between his two employees and a guy to put the foundation in.... it should cost him under $8,000. I think he has two garage doors in his.

Way to go there 'Z'
 

OldPaint

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i got mine from www.steelbuilding.com but its not a pole barn frame.
as for painting the concrete floor, i painted mine after i had the roof and walls up, and doors hung. this way no chance of doing any damage. here is the floor 2 years after painting. this is a 2 part epoxy, 100% solids, self leveling paint. lot of prep before paint.
 

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CheapVehicleWrap

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Cool deal! I assume you open blast those stones? So basically you have a 24'x32' blast cabinet right? Couple huge blasting rooms down the street from me. They bring huge tractors and beams in there to blast with a wicked high power blaster.
 
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