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Pole Barn Kits

Pole Barn Kits from 84 Lumber will suit your needs. From residential, to commercial, and even agricultural contexts our kits and/or custom design services will get you what you need. Whatever your need, 84 Lumber can work to fit your requirements and budget. Our Associates have years of experience helping customers with pole barn plans and pole barn kits. We also have pole barn custom design services available.

Features

  • Pressure treated posts
  • Treated skirt boards
  • 2"x4" or 2"x6" wall girts per plan
  • Double truss carriers
  • Engineered roof trusses – 48" o.c.
  • 2"x4" roof purlins
  • Painted steel siding & roofing
  • 36" steel insulated service door
  • Sliding or overhead doors per plan
  • Eave overhangs

Options

  • Insulation
  • Drywall
  • Windows
  • Ventilation
  • Shelving
  • Gutter
  • Soffit
  • Fascia
  • Skylights
  • Horse stalls
  • Cupolas
  • Cabinets
SizeDoor ConfigurationProduct Number
24'x32'x10'8' sliding door on end (838-92-99)
24'x40'x10'8' sliding door on end (838-93-99)
30'x40'x8'10' sliding door on end (838-94-99)
30'x40'x10'10' sliding door on end (838-95-99)
30'x40'x12'10' sliding door on end (838-96-99)
40'x64'x12' 15'9" sliding door on end 15' sliding door on side (840-71-99)
40'x80'x12' 15'9" sliding door on end 15' sliding door on side (840-72-99)
48'x64'x12' 15'9" sliding door on end 15' sliding door on side (840-73-99)
48'x80'x12' 15'9" sliding door on end 15' sliding door on side (840-74-99)
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*Due to code restrictions these packages are not available in AZ, CA, FL. NV.

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Pole Barns

Pole barns and pole buildings have a variety of uses for residential, commercial, and agricultural needs. Whatever your need, 84 Lumber can work to fit your requirements and budget. Our Associates have years of experience helping customers with pole barn plans and pole barn kits. We also have pole barn custom design services available.

Features

  • Pressure treated posts
  • Treated skirt boards
  • 2"x4" or 2"x6" wall girts per plan
  • Double truss carriers
  • Engineered roof trusses – 48" o.c.
  • 2"x4" roof purlins
  • Painted steel siding & roofing
  • 36" steel insulated service door
  • Sliding or overhead doors per plan
  • Eave overhangs

Options

  • Insulation
  • Drywall
  • Windows
  • Ventilation
  • Shelving
  • Gutter
  • Soffit
  • Fascia
  • Skylights
  • Horse stalls
  • Cupolas
  • Cabinets

Price List:

These are ballpark prices only.  To receive an exact price request a quote or see your local 84 Lumber store associate.


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SizeDoor ConfigurationProduct Number
24'x32'x10'8' sliding door on end (838-92-99)
24'x40'x10'8' sliding door on end (838-93-99)
30'x40'x8'10' sliding door on end (838-94-99)
30'x40'x10'10' sliding door on end (838-95-99)
30'x40'x12'10' sliding door on end (838-96-99)
40'x64'x12' 15'9" sliding door on end 15' sliding door on side (840-71-99)
40'x80'x12' 15'9" sliding door on end 15' sliding door on side (840-72-99)
48'x64'x12' 15'9" sliding door on end 15' sliding door on side (840-73-99)
48'x80'x12' 15'9" sliding door on end 15' sliding door on side (840-74-99)
Request a Quote

*Due to code restrictions these packages are not available in Florida or California.

Sours: https://84lumbereast2.azurewebsites.net/projects-plans/pole-barns/
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Pole Barn Advice?

Jayhem said:

1.) Is it more cost effective to buy a pole barn kit from one of the box stores or source the materials yourself?

2.) Size: Something around 36x48 would probably be plenty but can I go up to 40x60 for just a bit more cost?

3.) POLES: I have heard that making your own "laminated posts" using layers of 2x6 or 2x8 treated lumber is actually stronger than an equal size single post? True?

4.) Height: I'm thinking 12' ceilings with scissor trusses on 1/3 of the roof in case I ever get a lift in the workshop portion. The problem is the taller I get the more prone to wind damage the barn will be. We get some serious storms!

5.) Overhead doors or sliding barn doors? Which is more cost effective? I will probably want at least 2 large doors on separate wall sides for easy of pulling through the building

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1. Any respectable lumber yard should be able to put a materials bill and basic design together based on your specs. You want funky engineering, thats on you. Basic pole barn, no problem.

2. Yes and no. On the base, its probably 4 more holes & poles, no big deal. The roof is where you're going to pay. Assuming its going to be a truss roof, with the increased span, are you going to be able to get the pitch that you want? If it goes over-width for the truck, transportation could be a problem. All the rest of the roofing gets more expensive as well.

3. Only if you use solid sticks and cross-bolt them. Any joints/laps will cause weak point. IIRC, deflection in a lap-jointed "laminated post" can be up to 3 times as much as a solid, milled post. Not sure if its worth the work, Here in NH, rough-sawn, below-grade-treated 6x6 hemlock is pretty darn cheap...

4. In the garage I'm currently building, our ceilings finish at 11' over 2 bays (attic truss above) and have 7/12 inside pitch scissor trusses over that last bay and work area. By my math, I should be able to get a 1 ton crew cab all the way up on the lift with room to spare.
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5. Also my dilemma. We have 3 10x10 doors in the front and a 4th in the back making the middle bay a pull through. I don't intend on "pulling through" often, but its big enough to get a six-wheel dump truck or a good-sized excavator through if I need it. We're definitely doing overhead doors on the front 3, but the back one is still unknown. It is in our backyard and in the vicinity of the patio and fire-pit, so the wife would like something a little more aesthetically pleasing. It looks like I'm probably going to be building a massive swinging door (maybe in 4 sections instead of 2....) as there is no way to do a slider because of the grade... All I know right now is that 10x10 doors are expensive!

 

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