6 Fancy & Functional Metal Ag Buildings
Thinking about adding a metal ag building to your property? Get inspired with these industry-leading examples Metal ag buildings in the Midwest aren’t the cold, dark, and stuffy structures of the past. Today these economical buildings can include fancy features like hydraulic overhead doors, brick or stone wainscoting, cupolas with dramatic interior lighting, and even…Read More
Pole Buildings vs. Stick-Built Construction
A question we get a lot is – What is the difference between post-frame construction and stick-built? It’s important to know the difference before starting your next building project. At Greiner Buildings, we specialize in post-frame construction, and we can go on and on about the many benefits of using this method for your next…Read More
3 Popular Uses for Pole Barns in the Agricultural Industry
You see pole barns on almost every farm in the Midwest, but what exactly are they being used for? Read on to find out.Read More
How to Build a Steel Building that Will Stay Warm in Winter
There are a number of energy-efficient solutions that can make your pole building feel as warm and welcoming as any other traditional home or workplace in the Midwest.Read More
5 Amazing Pole Barn Houses (with Interior Photos)
Many of these modern pole barn homes give traditional homes a run for their money in terms of style and functionality.Read More
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