Commercial Pole Building Construction
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Commercial Pole Barn Builders in Pennsylvania, Maryland, New Jersey, Delaware, West Virginia, or Virginia

When people hear the term “pole barn,” they typically think of farms. While it is true that pole barns are often used to shelter horses and livestock and to store tractors and other farming equipment, they can be used in many other ways.

Pole barns can be customized for all kinds of commercial purposes. They can be used as warehouses, stores, and municipal buildings. If you are planning to open a business and need to construct a new building, there are several reasons to choose a commercial pole barn.

Building a Commercial Pole Barn Can Save You Money

Hiring an architect to design a building can be expensive. The cost to construct a pole barn is usually much less than the price of constructing a typical new commercial building. You could save several thousand dollars, money that you could put toward growing your business.

Save Money on Energy Bills

Commercial pole barns are more energy-efficient than many other types of commercial buildings. Steel framing can cause the temperature inside the building to fluctuate as the weather changes, which can affect heating and cooling bills. Since a pole barn does not use steel framing, it provides better insulation. That can save you money on your monthly energy bills.

Easily Move Large Vehicles and Equipment in and out

If you are planning to open a business that uses and stores large equipment, such as a warehouse or a commercial garage, you will need large doors to move vehicles and equipment in and out of the building. That can be a problem with some types of construction, but not with a pole barn. The column and truss design of a pole barn does not need as much reinforcement from the walls as a building constructed with stud walls.

Choose the Exterior Look That Suits Your Business

People usually think of steel exteriors on pole barns, but the truth is that many other options are available. The outside of a pole barn can be finished with brick, plaster, or concrete. That can allow you to customize your commercial pole building to give your business the look you want.

Customize the Interior the Way You Want

The interior of a commercial pole building can be customized to suit your needs. Buildings with stud walls need the walls to provide support for the roof. That can make it difficult to remodel without affecting the support of the roof. With a pole barn, clear-span trusses do not need support from the walls. That means you can remove a wall without affecting the overall structure and support of the building.

A commercial pole barn can be finished with all of the utilities you need to operate your business. It can be outfitted with electrical wiring, plumbing, and an HVAC system.

Get a Quote for a Commercial Pole Building in Pennsylvania, Maryland, New Jersey, Delaware, West Virginia, or Virginia

CHA Pole Barns can design and build a pole barn for commercial use. Whether you want to open a store, a warehouse, or another type of business, we can work with you to create a building that will give you everything you are looking for at a lower cost than you would pay to construct a traditional building. Contact CHA Pole Barns today to get a quote for a new commercial pole barn.

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