Using a Pole Barn as a Garage


Weather can take a toll on vehicles in any season. Cold temperatures can cause vehicles not to start, summer sun can fade paint, and moisture from rain, snow, and ice can cause paint to peel and possibly lead to mechanical problems. If you don’t have space to store your vehicles in a garage attached to your house, consider building a pole barn on your property to keep them safe.

Pole barns offer sturdy construction that can stand up to even harsh weather. Pole barns can protect vehicles from heavy rain, snow, hail, wind, and harsh sunlight. With a pole barn, your vehicles can be shielded from the elements year-round.

Pole barns are made from quality materials. They are constructed with wooden poles and metal siding and roofs that are built to last. With such solid construction, you won’t have to worry about severe weather damaging the building and your valuable vehicles.

You can choose from pole barns in a variety of sizes to suit your needs. Whether you need to store one car, a pair of trucks, or several vehicles, you can find a pole barn that is the right size. You can also customize your pole barn with one or more large doors to make it easy to move vehicles in and out of the building.

If you need extra storage space for vehicles, a pole barn is your best option. With quality construction, a variety of sizes, and potential for customization, you are sure to be able to find a pole barn that is right for your needs.

When you are ready contact CHA Pole Barns to talk about your pole barn project.


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Contracting with CHA since December 2009, to have two very large buildings constructed at our farm. We have personally referred several friends, relatives and neighbors to use them and we have never heard anything but praise for their workmanship and hard work. Our experience with CHA has shown us that they are most honest, reputable building company we have contracted. Their staff is very hard working, polite and very conscientious about their work. They got the job done on time, work tirelessly and waste no time while working. At the end of the day they clean up the job site and put all their tools and equipment away leaving the job site spotless.

Carin Guelich