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Open pole barns, also known as roof-only pole barns or three-sided pole barns, provide a cost-effective solution for sheltering equipment, livestock, and more. Custom Pole Barn Design Tool

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Keen’s Buildings offers Installed Pole Barns

Discover the ultimate pole barn solution for all your storage and shelter needs with Keen’s Buildings! Our expertise lies in crafting top-quality Engineered Pole Barns that are perfect for a wide range of applications. Whether you’re looking for an enclosed pole barn to protect your valuable farm equipment, or an open pole barn that is comfortable for your horses, or versatile storage for your trucks, campers, travel trailers, and RVs, Keen’s Buildings has you covered with tones of pole barns for sale. Our Pole Barns are also ideal for creating stylish and functional pool houses, additional residential storage space, vehicle covers, and so much more. Call us today to speak with one of our knowledgeable associates about your Pole Barn requirements. Join countless satisfied customers who have already experienced the Keen’s Buildings difference, and ask about having your new pole barn installed for you, or about our pole barn kits.

Pole Barn Building Services Include:

  • Pole Barn Building Design
  • Pole Barn Building Engineering
  • Pole Barn Delivery
  • DYI Pole Barn Kit Delivery (Optional)
  • Pole Barn Building Installation
  • Pole Barn Concrete Work (Optional)
  • Pole Barn Financing ($0 Down Financing Options)
  • Pole Barn Site Work/Ground Preparation (Optional)
  • Engineered to meet Florida Wind Codes

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    Types of Pole Barns

    Pole barns come in various types, each designed to cater to specific needs and preferences. Each type of pole barn has its advantages and is customizable to suit your specific requirements. Whether you need a basic shelter for equipment, a fully enclosed storage space, or a combination of both, pole barns provide a flexible and cost-effective solution for a variety of applications. Here’s an overview of three common types of pole barns:

    Open Pole Barns

    Open pole barns, also known as roof-only pole barns or three-sided pole barns, provide a cost-effective solution for sheltering equipment, livestock, and more. These barns typically consist of sturdy support posts, a roof structure, and three open sides. Open pole barns offer protection from the elements like rain, sun, and snow while allowing easy access and ventilation. They are versatile and often used for agricultural purposes, equipment storage, and as run-in shelters for livestock.

    Enclosed Pole Barns

    Enclosed pole barns are fully enclosed structures with walls and a roof, providing complete protection against the elements and added security for your belongings. These barns offer enhanced privacy and security, making them suitable for storing valuable equipment, tools, or for use as workshops, garages, or even residential spaces. Enclosed pole barns can be customized with doors, windows, insulation, and electrical systems to meet various needs.

    Enclosed Pole Barns with Lean-To

    Enclosed pole barns with lean-tos combine the features of an enclosed structure with the added convenience of a lean-to extension. A lean-to is an additional roofed area attached to the main barn, typically with one open side. It can be used for various purposes, such as covered storage for vehicles, equipment, or as a shaded space for outdoor activities. This configuration offers versatility, allowing you to have secure, enclosed storage space along with accessible, partially covered storage or workspace.

    Pole Barn Sizes

    Pole barns come in a range of sizes to accommodate various needs and purposes:

    Small Pole Barns (20’x20′ to 30’x40′): Small pole barns are perfect for homeowners and farmers looking to store garden equipment, tools, and small machinery. They can also be converted into cozy workshops, hobby spaces, or even compact animal shelters for livestock or poultry.

    Medium-Sized Pole Barns (40’x60′ to 60’x80′): Medium-sized pole barns offer more substantial storage and workspace options. They are often used as two or three-car garages, spacious workshops, or as a combination of storage and working areas for larger farming equipment, making them versatile for both residential and agricultural purposes.

    Large Pole Barns (80’x100′ and above): Large pole barns are ideal for heavy-duty agricultural and commercial applications. They can accommodate multiple vehicles, large machinery, and ample storage space for crops, hay, or livestock. Large pole barns are also suitable for indoor riding arenas, warehouses, or industrial storage facilities.

    Custom Pole Barn Sizes: The beauty of pole barns lies in their flexibility. They can be customized to meet specific size requirements and tailored to suit unique purposes. Custom pole barns are used for various applications, such as airplane hangars, retail spaces, equestrian centers, and more. The possibilities are endless when it comes to designing a pole barn that perfectly fits your needs.

    Still, trying to decide on a pole barn size?

    When determining the ideal size for your Pole Barn, it’s crucial to consider several key factors that can greatly influence your decision. First and foremost, consider your specific needs and the intended purpose of the structure. Assess the available space on your property and your budget constraints as well. It’s also wise to contemplate any potential future expansion plans and how well the selected size can accommodate those aspirations. Additionally, be mindful of local climate conditions, building codes, and permit requirements, as these can play a pivotal role in your decision-making process. By carefully evaluating these factors, you can confidently make an informed choice that aligns perfectly with your unique needs and circumstances.

    Whether you require a compact storage solution or a sprawling commercial facility, pole barns offer unparalleled adaptability to cater to your spatial and functional requirements. This versatility has made them a favored choice across a diverse range of applications and sizes.

    Size Options

    12′ Wide Pole Barns
    • 12×12
    • 12×24
    • 12×36
    • 12×48
    • 12×60
    • 12×72
    • 12×84
    • 12×96
    14′ Wide Pole Barns
    • 14×12
    • 14×24
    • 14×36
    • 14×48
    • 14×60
    • 14×72
    • 14×84
    • 14×96
    • 14×108
    16′ Wide Pole Barns
    • 16×12
    • 16×24
    • 16×36
    • 16×48
    • 16×60
    • 16×72
    • 16×84
    • 16×96
    • 16×108
    • 16×120
    18′ Wide Pole Barns
    • 18×12
    • 18×24
    • 18×36
    • 18×48
    • 18×60
    • 18×72
    • 18×84
    • 18×96
    • 18×108
    • 18×120
    • 18×132
    20′ Wide Pole Barns
    • 20×12
    • 20×24
    • 20×36
    • 20×48
    • 20×60
    • 20×72
    • 20×84
    • 20×96
    • 20×108
    • 20×120
    • 20×132
    • 20×144
    22′ Wide Pole Barns
    • 22×12
    • 22×24
    • 22×36
    • 22×48
    • 22×60
    • 22×72
    • 22×84
    • 22×96
    • 22×108
    • 22×120
    • 22×132
    • 22×144
    • 22×156
    24′ Wide Pole Barns
    • 24×12
    • 24×24
    • 24×36
    • 24×48
    • 24×60
    • 24×72
    • 24×84
    • 24×96
    • 24×108
    • 24×120
    • 24×132
    • 24×144
    • 24×156
    • 24×168
    26′ Wide Pole Barns
    • 26×12
    • 26×24
    • 26×36
    • 26×48
    • 26×60
    • 26×72
    • 26×84
    • 26×96
    • 26×108
    • 26×120
    • 26×132
    • 26×144
    • 26×156
    • 26×168
    • 26×180
    28′ Wide Pole Barns
    • 28×12
    • 28×24
    • 28×36
    • 28×48
    • 28×60
    • 28×72
    • 28×84
    • 28×96
    • 28×108
    • 28×120
    • 28×132
    • 28×144
    • 28×156
    • 28×168
    • 28×180
    • 28×192
    30′ Wide Pole Barns
    • 30×12
    • 30×24
    • 30×36
    • 30×48
    • 30×60
    • 30×72
    • 30×84
    • 30×96
    • 30×108
    • 30×120
    • 30×132
    • 30×144
    • 30×156
    • 30×168
    • 30×180
    • 30×192
    32′ Wide Pole Barns
    • 32×12
    • 32×24
    • 32×36
    • 32×48
    • 32×60
    • 32×72
    • 32×84
    • 32×96
    • 32×108
    • 32×120
    • 32×132
    • 32×144
    • 32×156
    • 32×168
    • 32×180
    • 32×192
    34′ Wide Pole Barns
    • 34×12
    • 34×24
    • 34×36
    • 34×48
    • 34×60
    • 34×72
    • 34×84
    • 34×96
    • 34×108
    • 34×120
    • 34×132
    • 34×144
    • 34×156
    • 34×168
    • 34×180
    • 34×192
    36′ Wide Pole Barns
    • 36×12
    • 36×24
    • 36×36
    • 36×48
    • 36×60
    • 36×72
    • 36×84
    • 36×96
    • 36×108
    • 36×120
    • 36×132
    • 36×144
    • 36×156
    • 36×168
    • 36×180
    • 36×192
    38′ Wide Pole Barns
    • 38×12
    • 38×24
    • 38×36
    • 38×48
    • 38×60
    • 38×72
    • 38×84
    • 38×96
    • 38×108
    • 38×120
    • 38×132
    • 38×144
    • 38×156
    • 38×168
    • 38×180
    • 38×192
    40′ Wide Pole Barns
    • 40×12
    • 40×24
    • 40×36
    • 40×48
    • 40×60
    • 40×72
    • 40×84
    • 40×96
    • 40×108
    • 40×120
    • 40×132
    • 40×144
    • 40×156
    • 40×168
    • 40×180
    • 40×192
    42′ Wide Pole Barns
    • 42×12
    • 42×24
    • 42×36
    • 42×48
    • 42×60
    • 42×72
    • 42×84
    • 42×96
    • 42×108
    • 42×120
    • 42×132
    • 42×144
    • 42×156
    • 42×168
    • 42×180
    • 42×192
    44′ Wide Pole Barns
    • 44×12
    • 44×24
    • 44×36
    • 44×48
    • 44×60
    • 44×72
    • 44×84
    • 44×96
    • 44×108
    • 44×120
    • 44×132
    • 44×144
    • 44×156
    • 44×168
    • 44×180
    • 44×192
    46′ Wide Pole Barns
    • 46×12
    • 46×24
    • 46×36
    • 46×48
    • 46×60
    • 46×72
    • 46×84
    • 46×96
    • 46×108
    • 46×120
    • 46×132
    • 46×144
    • 46×156
    • 46×168
    • 46×180
    • 46×192
    48′ Wide Pole Barns
    • 48×12
    • 48×24
    • 48×36
    • 48×48
    • 48×60
    • 48×72
    • 48×84
    • 48×96
    • 48×108
    • 48×120
    • 48×132
    • 48×144
    • 48×156
    • 48×168
    • 48×180
    • 48×192
    50′ Wide Pole Barns
    • 50×12
    • 50×24
    • 50×36
    • 50×48
    • 50×60
    • 50×72
    • 50×84
    • 50×96
    • 50×108
    • 50×120
    • 50×132
    • 50×144
    • 50×156
    • 50×168
    • 50×180
    • 50×192

    Pole Barn Structures

    Pole Barn Posts

    Pole barns rely on sturdy, reliable poles (sometimes referred to as pole barn legs or wood legs) as their core structural elements, and two commonly used sizes are 6×6 and 8×8 poles. The 6×6 poles are known for their versatility and strength, making them a popular choice for smaller to medium-sized pole barns. They provide excellent support for the structure and are especially well-suited for applications like storage sheds, workshops, or garages. On the other hand, the robust 8×8 poles offer even greater load-bearing capacity, making them ideal for larger and heavier-duty pole barns. These poles are the go-to choice for pole barns used in agriculture, housing livestock, or storing substantial machinery and equipment. Whether you opt for 6×6 or 8×8 poles, their durability and stability form the foundation of a reliable and long-lasting pole barn structure.

    Pole Barn Trusses

    Keen’s Buildings uses metal web trusses which are essential components in modern pole barn construction, these pole barn trusses are known for their exceptional strength and versatility. These trusses consist of a network of metal webs and chords, meticulously engineered to distribute weight and provide structural support. One of the key advantages of metal web trusses is their lightweight design, which allows for greater flexibility in creating wide-open, unobstructed spaces within the pole barn. This not only maximizes storage and workspace but also makes them an excellent choice for various applications, from agricultural storage to commercial buildings. Furthermore, metal web trusses are highly resistant to corrosion and weathering, ensuring long-term durability and minimal maintenance requirements. In pole barn construction, these trusses play a vital role in ensuring the integrity and reliability of the entire structure, making them a popular choice for those seeking a robust and efficient solution for their building needs.

    Pole Barn Metal Roof

    Pole barns with Galvalume metal roofs are a winning combination of durability and performance. Galvalume, a specialized coating of zinc and aluminum, offers exceptional corrosion resistance and longevity, making it an ideal choice for roofing material. These metal roofs not only stand up to the harshest weather conditions but also require minimal maintenance over their extended lifespan. Galvalume’s reflective properties help in maintaining a comfortable temperature within the barn, reducing energy costs. Additionally, the sleek appearance of Galvalume metal roofs adds a touch of modern aesthetics to pole barn structures. Whether you’re using your pole barn for agricultural, storage, or commercial purposes, a Galvalume metal roof ensures that your investment remains protected and looking sharp for years to come.

    Pole Barn Financing

    Keen’s offers a range of financing options including $0 Down financing, financing up to $100,000 Dollars and multiple term length options. Call our pole barn design team or complete our online pole barn financing application to start your financing process today.

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    Delivered & Installed Pole Barns

    Pole Barns from Keen’s buildings are engineered by experts in the industry and can be delivered, erected, and installed or shipped as a DIY Kit. The team at Keen’s buildings provides different pre-engineered metal buildings and helps you with building design, customizations, delivery, and installation.

    Why Buy Pole Barns from Keen’s Buildings?

    Whether you’re looking to protect your vehicles, create additional storage space, or expand your property’s functionality, Keen’s Buildings has the perfect solution for you. Our pole barns are built to last and can be tailored to your exact specifications. Plus, our carports, sheds, pole barns, steel buildings and garages are designed to withstand the elements, keeping your investments safe and secure.

    Keen’s is the #1 Trusted Metal Building Distributor in the Southeast

    • Over 75,000 Buildings Installed
    • Only Pay a Deposit
    • Free Delivery & Installation
    • Direct oversight of manufacturing & installation
    • Largest Steel Building Provider in the Southeast
    • Engineered Plans Provided for Permitting
    • Established in 1999
    • 5 Star Reputation in Google, Facebook & other platforms
    • Deposit is all that is required to start the process
    • Established Relationships with the Largest Lenders in the Nation
    • $0 Down Financing Options Available
    • 7 Locations to Visit (including 2 Super Centers)

    Don’t miss out on the opportunity to enhance your property and simplify your life with Keen’s Buildings. Contact us today to discuss your project, explore our financing options, and experience the superior quality and service that sets us apart. Let us help you bring your vision to life!

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