The buildings shown on this website were "under roof' in as little as half the time you might normally expect. Amazing? Not really. Each of them, and thousands of others like them, are built around today's most advanced wood- framing technology; Post & Frame Construction. Wood posts function as support columns in an engineered system of strategically integrated wood-framing components; a system that permits construction costs, both time and materials, to be cut in numerous ways.  Quite often, posts are implanted in the ground, eliminating the considerable cost and delay caused by poured foundations that, in many instances, are unnecessary. Site preparation, time and costs are cut to a minimum. On a typical post & frame structure, construction can begin in frozen ground or under any conditions when earth can be penetrated by powered auger. If a concrete slab or frost-wall construction is required, post & frame construction is readily adaptable to those needs as well.  Once posts are in place, the remaining framing components, including those for doors and windows of virtually any dimension, can be installed in record time. Before you know it, framing is complete and ready for roof trusses.  Compare this with the slow, block-by- block erection of masonry walls or the time consumed in bolting together the heavy, hard-to-handle and more costly components of metal frame buildings. It's easy to understand why post & frame construction has rapidly become the method of choice for a wide variety of commercial, agricultural buildings, and even HOMES. The significant savings in construction time and materials means you can have the quality building you want, for less. Think of what that means in terms of dollars saved in financing, both interim and long term. Furthermore, because you move in much sooner, you will start realizing a return on your investment much sooner! When the time comes to expand, your initial choice of post & frame construction will again be amply rewarded. The same features that saved so much time and money during initial construction payoff again when you need to add on. Your addition will be under roof and enclosed more quickly, and at far less cost than if you had originally selected some other construction method. Strong, Durable & Energy Efficient Post & frame technology is recognized as a truly significant advancement in the centuries-old art of wood frame construction. The development of this technology during recent years came about via the application of modern structural engineering principles and stress testing methods. Concurrently; highly effective wood treatment chemicals, both for preventing decay and retarding fire, were also developed. As a result, you can choose post & frame construction for your new building and be fully confident it will have the strength and durability you have every right to expect. An often-overlooked feature of wood is its insulation quality, which is far superior to that of steel or masonry. What's more, the natural "wall cavity" of a post frame building lends itself to the easy installation of a variety of insulation materials. You'll appreciate this fact if you elect to do some of the finish work yourself! .

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©2017 Andrejacks

The buildings shown on this website were "under roof' in as little as half the time you might normally expect. Amazing? Not really. Each of them, and thousands of others like them, are built around today's most advanced wood-framing technology; Post & Frame Construction. Wood posts function as support columns in an engineered system of strategically integrated wood-framing components; a system that permits construction costs, both time and materials, to be cut in numerous ways.  Quite often, posts are implanted in the ground, eliminating the considerable cost and delay caused by poured foundations that, in many instances, are unnecessary. Site preparation, time and costs are cut to a minimum. On a typical post & frame structure, construction can begin in frozen ground or under any conditions when earth can be penetrated by powered auger. If a concrete slab or frost-wall construction is required, post & frame construction is readily adaptable to those needs as well.  Once posts are in place, the remaining framing components, including those for doors and windows of virtually any dimension, can be installed in record time. Before you know it, framing is complete and ready for roof trusses.  Compare this with the slow, block- by- block erection of masonry walls or the time consumed in bolting together the heavy, hard-to-handle and more costly components of metal frame buildings. It's easy to understand why post & frame construction has rapidly become the method of choice for a wide variety of commercial, agricultural buildings, and even HOMES. The significant savings in construction time and materials means you can have the quality building you want, for less. Think of what that means in terms of dollars saved in financing, both interim and long term. Furthermore, because you move in much sooner, you will start realizing a return on your investment much sooner! When the time comes to expand, your initial choice of post & frame construction will again be amply rewarded. The same features that saved so much time and money during initial construction payoff again when you need to add on. Your addition will be under roof and enclosed more quickly, and at far less cost than if you had originally selected some other construction method. Strong, Durable & Energy Efficient Post & frame technology is recognized as a truly significant advancement in the centuries-old art of wood frame construction. The development of this technology during recent years came about via the application of modern structural engineering principles and stress testing methods. Concurrently; highly effective wood treatment chemicals, both for preventing decay and retarding fire, were also developed. As a result, you can choose post & frame construction for your new building and be fully confident it will have the strength and durability you have every right to expect. An often-overlooked feature of wood is its insulation quality, which is far superior to that of steel or masonry. What's more, the natural "wall cavity" of a post frame building lends itself to the easy installation of a variety of insulation materials. You'll appreciate this fact if you elect to do some of the finish work yourself! .
©2017 Andrejacks

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