Oregon Pole Barns knows that Gresham residents know the value of a dollar. With the prices of mini storage, horse boarding and RV storage going up, you could get a lifetime of peace of mind owning your own post frame building for what you'd pay for renting in a few short years.
When our Gresham pole barn building customers want the best, you can count on Oregon Pole Barns to provide only the highest quality pole barn building for your needs. Want a carport or mini barn to store your extras? Maybe there is a need to secure your classic car? Homes to RV and boat storage, mini-storage to animal shelters, Gresham, Oregon customers will find that their needs come first in design, materials, and product delivery.
For pole barn buildings Gresham residents can rely that we use the latest engineering techniques to design your building. Ensuring not only stability and durability, but beauty and function for your build. You don't have to sacrifice looks for practicality. Following all building codes specific to your area as per county and state regulations making sure that the plans meet and exceed all requirements.
Choice Grade Materials
Only prime materials make the cut to be considered for our pole building plans. No less than grade 2 Douglas fir provides your building with strength and fortitude to last far beyond the cheapest grade substandard hemlock or hem fir often used by our competition. Superior metal siding gives no less than 40 years of color-fastness and hard working service, ensuring that your building perform just as handsomely for the next generation as it did for you.
Prompt And Timely Service
Tardiness didn't work out in school, and it doesn't pan out in the real world either. At Oregon Pole Barns, no matter the size of the job, punctuality is key. We stand out by treating all customers with respect and courtesy, regardless of project size. You won't be left sitting around for weeks waiting for your purchase. By choosing us, you have our pledge and guarantee to communication and job delivery in a timely manner.
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