We know that not everyone building a barn or garage in Wyoming has a big budget. In fact, many families and small businesses choose to build post-frame buildings because they are so cost-efficient. If you are interested in building a new structure but want to keep costs down, we have important factors suggest you consider before getting too far along in the process.
#1 – Avoid Anything Unnecessary
Because post-frame construction is so flexible, the options for your new barn or garage are endless. However, if you want to keep costs down, take advantage of all the options included in a standard building package and avoid anything unnecessary.
If, for example, you can’t afford insulation and concrete floors (or anything else) but hope to add them later, let us know. In many cases, we can make minor adjustments to your building’s design that will make these additions simpler to add later.
#2 – Choose 29-Gauge Steel
As experienced pole barn builders in Wyoming, we can build almost anything our clients ask us to build. If you want heavier gauge roofing and siding than standard, we want you to be happy. We can do that. Nonetheless, in most cases, 29-gauge steel is the best choice. Don’t pay for an upgrade that you don’t need.
#3 – 4/12 Roof Pitch
Our buildings are carefully designed to meet or exceed requirements, including snow loads and high winds. If you want to keep costs down, we strongly suggest you stick with a standard 4/12 roof pitch. Roofs with higher pitches require multiple modifications that require additional lumber and extra work.
#4 – Choose Standard Lengths
All of our buildings are custom-built according to our clients’ needs. Nonetheless, the materials we purchase come in standard lengths. If you want to make the most of your money, choose from the dimensions on our diagram highlighting common lengths and widths. This will help us make the most of all the materials we purchase for your project.
#5 – Sliding Doors
Did you know that in most cases, sliding doors cost less to build and install than overhead doors? This sometimes varies depending on exact dimensions but generally holds true. Ask your building designer if you can save money by choosing sliding doors.
Do You Need a New Pole Building in Wyoming?
Post-frame construction is an excellent choice for building various structures such as cattle barns, horse barns, garages, and more. A well-built pole barn or garage in Wyoming is durable, cost-efficient, and offers excellent flexibility for any unique requirements you may have.
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We have you covered if you are interested in steel buildings in Wyoming or any other kind of custom pole building in Wyoming.
When you are ready to start, we can work with you to ensure you get exactly the building you want.
To get started, give us a call or go online to receive a free quote on your project.