For most people, building a new custom barn or pole building in Montana is a dream come true. Regardless of what you plan on using your new building for, make sure it fits your needs and personal style. At MQS, we build barns every day, and we love to see a customer excited to start using their new barn or garage in Montana. With that in mind, we offer various build options from which our customers can choose. Scroll down to see some of the most popular options our customers decide to integrate into their buildings.
Painted Steel Sides, Roof, and Trim
Every pole building in Montana that we build can be designed with your own custom color scheme. We offer 23 different colors that can be mixed and matched according to your preference.
We often include a four-foot wainscot on buildings for our customers. A wainscot in a contrasting color is a great way to dress up steel buildings in Montana without adding much to the cost.
Cupolas and Weathervanes
If you plan on housing animals in your new barn, proper ventilation is non-negotiable. Cupolas not only help improve ventilation in agricultural buildings in Montana but are a stylish and attractive addition.
Overhead doors are necessary for any garage in Montana but are also a great addition to most Montana steel buildings. Choose from industrial or residential overhead doors, with or without insulation. If overhead doors aren’t what you need, we can also build sliding doors. We generally recommend sliding doors for customers building horse barns.
Everyone knows that Montana winters are famously cold. Anyone who works in metal buildings in Montana can tell you how vital wall and ceiling insulation are. Along with insulation, many customers choose to add interior walls and cement floors.
Inside Office Space
Growing businesses need more than a desk in the corner of the workshop. Interior office space is an economical way to make your business work more smoothly and efficiently. You can make your office any size you choose and select windows and doors to keep your office space well-lit and easily accessible.
Open or Closed Lean-to
Adding a lean-to is an economical way of increasing the functional space of your post frame building. Lean-tos are often used to park work vehicles, tractors, farming implements, or to add walk-in shelter for livestock and other farm animals.
MQS, Inc –– Specialists in Post Frame Construction
Contact MQS, to build the barn, garage, hobby shop, or agricultural building you need.
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