Facebook Twitter Email
M-F 8am-6pm EST

Pole Barn Tips

Call Us and Compare

Before you agree to any building purchase, please consider that there will be most likely be building or site permit requirements.

To avoid any unwanted surprises, we invite you contact us for a no cost review of your project.

The Pole Barn Company provides quality solutions at the lowest possible price!


Email Us Now

Financing Available

Find out more about our financing options.

Our Customers

Check out Scott's pole barn in Junction City, KS!

Benefits of a Wood Pole Barn

When it comes to building a pole barn you have several options for materials. Steel, metal and wood are the most popular materials for custom post frame buildings and often it depends on the builder's preference when deciding on the finished product.

Wood has a natural look and feel that fits in well with traditional farm settings and if you want a building that will offer quality and dependability, wood may be best.

When builders get a wood pole barn kit they have everything they need to construct a post frame building that can be used for storing vehicles, farm equipment, livestock and hay. These buildings are designed to last and can stand up to many weather conditions. When you choose wood for your pole barn, you get a durable material that looks great year round.

Some of the benefits to using wood for a pole barn include:

Traditional Look: While metal and steel are known for being strong, neither has the classic look and feel of natural wood. Whether you choose cedar, oak or another type of wood, using strong timber for your pole barn will create a classic look that fits in perfect with farms.

Color Options: Unlike other materials that only come in one color, wood can be stained or painted in a wide variety of shades and finishes to custom match other structures on your farm. You can opt for traditional wood stains such as cherry, mahogany and walnut or go for primary colors including pine green, rust red and steel blue to create a pole barn that looks great.

Weather Treatments: While metal and steel can easily rust from rain and snow, wood can be specially treated to resist water as well as insects, UV light and other outdoor hazards. Treating wood is something any pole barn owner needs to know about since the elements can cause untreated wood to rot in a short period of time. However, when treated and finished properly, your pole barn will last for years and give you a versatile building for your farm.

Check Out More of Our Useful Pole Barn Tips

Click for the BBB Business Review of this Buildings - Pole & Post Frame in Greenville OH Graber Post Buildings NFBA

© 2018 The Pole Barn Company | All Rights Reserved
9989 Pitsburg-Laura Rd. Arcanum, OH 45304 | Phone: 844-213-0034 | Fax: 937-660-4541

Who We Are What You Can Expect Our Supplier Financing Available Recommended Links Pole Barn Tips Contact Us
View Photo Gallery Client Testimonials