Construction

Post frame construction refers to building pole barns, pole sheds, steel buildings, metal buildings, and any type of pole building, including pole barns homes.

Pole Barns Make Excellent Storage or Commercial Buildings

By |2019-08-20T11:57:56-05:00August 20th, 2019|Buildings, Construction, Metal Buildings, Minnesota, New Pole Building, Steel Buildings, Texas|

CUSTOM POLE BARNS When you're thinking of constructing a storage building to add to your current home or you would like to develop an inexpensive building for your business, you should better understand what pole barns are. Consider the kinds of costs associated with them and how long these buildings last. Pole buildings are considered

Common and Not So Common Uses for Outbuildings

By |2019-08-09T15:10:44-05:00June 3rd, 2019|Buildings, Construction, Metal Buildings, Minnesota, New Pole Building, Steel Buildings, Texas|

Real estate’s expensive anywhere you go, from Minnesota to Texas. This means you have to look at creating your own space with outbuildings. Homeowners are choosing to create pole barns for some of the more common uses. Then, business owners are getting creative with some of the not-so-common uses with the buildings, too. Storage Galore

Sherman Expands Operations to Texas

By |2019-04-29T15:48:13-05:00April 29th, 2019|Buildings, Construction, Contractor Supplies, New Pole Building, Pole Building Materials, Texas|

Metal Pole Barns by Sherman Pole Buildings in the Republic of Texas SHERMAN POLE BUILDINGS Hey Y'all. Get excited about Texas Pole Barns! With over forty years of success in Minnesota, Sherman Pole Buildings is proud to launch operations in Texas. Our new location is on the east side of San Antonio Texas, and we

A Word from your Cold Weather Friends

By |2019-03-25T13:55:13-05:00November 21st, 2017|Buildings, Construction|

POLE BARNS ARE GREAT Hey there. Remember us? We’re your cold weather friends. Snowblowers, snowmobiles, snow shoes and the like. In other words, we’re your winter survival kit. We stuck with you through ice and snowstorm, sleet and biting cold, and that long, long winter. We were always up for the task on the coldest

Metal has Many Faces

By |2019-03-29T11:33:24-05:00May 11th, 2017|Buildings, Construction, Pole Building Materials|

Metal Pole Buildings Sherman Pole Buildings installs, re-roofs, re-skins, and repairs metal pole buildings. Copper roofs have been around since the Duomo in Italy. And you can tell a copper roof by its colors. Metal roofing can be as varied as coffee flavors – almost. Copper, zinc and titanium are used in some specialized cases while

Keeping Fish and Women Happy

By |2019-01-03T15:40:48-05:00April 17th, 2017|Buildings, Construction|

Austin’s giant koi pond was one of the more popular spots on the water garden tour. Cars and people stacked up to the point where passersby with no knowledge or interest in water gardens were stopping by to check out the commotion. Soon enough all were oohing and aahing about the amazing ponds with spectacular

The Schlumpy Old Men

By |2019-01-03T16:17:08-05:00February 15th, 2017|Buildings, Construction, New Pole Building|

Building a Distribution Center For three consecutive days Bill had stopped at the same coffee shop to pick up a latte. And each day there was the same group of slightly older guys having coffee together. They would wave cheerfully at Bill wishing him a good day. Then on the fourth day, Bill walked into

The Urologist’s New Hobby

By |2019-01-03T16:31:25-05:00January 9th, 2017|Buildings, Construction, New Pole Building|

Industrial Artist Dr. Olson’s jokes always generated loud laughter from those around him. They were funny and he had a knack for timing. But they were the type of jokes that most people preferred to listen to rather than to tell. That’s because Dr. Olson’s jokes were mostly about the anatomical aspect of his work.

The Way to Build a Boat

By |2019-01-03T16:43:51-05:00January 6th, 2017|Buildings, Construction, New Pole Building|

Building for Boat Building It was on a trip to England that Grayson became interested in something called “punting.” Back home in Minnesota, his friends had a great time laughing at the idea of a punt being something that doesn’t relate to football.  In England he had learned that a punt was a boat.  Specifically,