Ready Buildings can provide you with a package of all
the materials you need to build your dream structure.
Post frame (pole) buildings are easy to build and have the added benefit
of design flexibility.
Even though we’d love to be able to design and build your next project, some of you out there are so darn handy, and really want to make your building with your own hands. We won’t stand in your way. In fact, we’ll assist you by supplying you the materials and support. Your building will be delivered directly to your job site.
We provide everything except the nails. How does that sound?
Well, almost everything…also not included is concrete, excavation and permit services.
Before you make a final decision, please think about the following things:
Erecting a post-frame building (pole building) isn’t as easy as it may look, so to avoid possible frustration, please consider the following before opting to not use Ready Buildings to build your next project:
• Have you built post-frame buildings before? This construction method is very different from residential stud wall construction (which we also do).
• How will you drill your postholes and set the posts? For a fee, Ready Buildings can do this for you. Call us to learn more.
• Do you have an adequate number of trained helpers/employees? You’ll need a crew of at least three people for work to go smoothly.
• Do you have enough available free time to dedicate to building? Depending on the size of your building, it could take several weeks.
• How will you hang the trusses?
• Do you know how to properly chain and brace the framing during construction?
• Do you have, or can you conveniently get, the necessary equipment (e.g., gradalls, lifts, cranes, augurs, etc.)?
If using a local contractor:
• Is the contractor licensed and bonded to perform the work?
• How many post-frame buildings has the contractor built, and of what size and complexity?
• How long has the contractor been in business?
• Will the contractor be able to service your building five or 10 years from now?
• Does the contractor have dedicated crews or employees who handle repairs and warranty work?
• Does the contractor offer a written workmanship and materials warranty?
• Who backs the materials warranty? Will you have to deal with each manufacturer?
• What is the contractor’s safety program? Do the contractor’s workers use fall-protection devices?
• Does the contractor have the necessary equipment (e.g., gradalls, lifts, cranes, augurs, etc.)?
• If you have a critical deadline, can the contractor guarantee to have your project completed in time or agree to pay a penalty?
Look, we are not trying to scare you away from building your own building. All we want is to give you as much information as possible so that you are able to make a decision that’s best for YOU!
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