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The Beachy Contracting team offers many services for the multi-purpose building.
Metal Frame buildings
Not all buildings fall into the traditional commercial or residential categories. Metal frame buildings have their own needs, depending on the building style, purpose, and usage.
Many people have metal frame buildings to consider. Whether it is a barn, garage or airplane hangar, these buildings house and protect things important to you. A huge part of that protection is the roof. Keeping that roof in peak condition is as important as the roof over your home and deserves the same level of care and consideration.
A few of the types of multi-purpose buildings Beachy Contracting specializes in are:
If your existing roofing system has substantial damage or if the structure itself requires repair, a roof replacement may be the only option. Beachy Contracting is highly qualified to install a new roof on your multi-purpose building. As we use the highest quality materials available, coupled with professional installation, you are guaranteed to get the new roof you deserve.
Maybe you don’t yet have a metal frame building, but are interested in having one built. Beachy Contracting is able to work with you from pouring the building pad to finalizing the finishing touches on the roofing system. With our extensive experience with metal frame buildings, we are here for you from start to finish.
Call Beachy Contracting today and schedule your free consultation to discuss your multi-purpose building needs and see for yourself the difference working with a local full-service contractor makes.
We can be reached at 877-277-0829.
Many roofing needs can be planned and budgeted for in advance. Unfortunately, storm damage is not one of them. When you are hit with a severe storm that causes damage to your home or commercial building, that damage needs to be addressed NOW! Most insurance policies have a time limitation for you to file.
This is a highly stressful time for you, your family, and your employees. Knowing what to expect upfront and the steps to take will go a long way in reducing that stress and getting the tasks accomplished quickly and efficiently. To further reduce that stress, Beachy Contracting offers a FREE hail damage inspection.
Storm Damage Process
Get the roof inspected. Though surface damage may be obvious to the naked eye, it takes an experienced, professional inspection to see underlying damage or risk to your substructure. To ensure nothing is missed, Beachy Contracting uses infrared drone analysis.
Review the written report provided. Use this information to file your claim with your insurance company. We have insurance claims specialists available to assist with this tedious task. Many people have little experience with the intricacies of filing an insurance claim.
Once the claim is filed, an insurance adjuster will be assigned. This individual will generally want to see the damage for themselves. We can meet with the adjuster to ensure no damage is overlooked or undervalued.
The claim is accepted, and a dollar value provided by the insurance company. You have the right to accept the value provided by the insurance company or challenge it, if you feel they have not fully encompassed the scope of the project. The report we provided will include the pricing necessary for the repair or replacement of the damaged roof.
The repair/replacement is scheduled, then completed. Beachy Contracting works diligently to not only make the repairs/replacement using only quality materials and highly skilled craftsmen, but also to minimize intrusiveness into your family or business schedule.
Clean up. No project is really finished until the clean up is done. You should have no evidence of the project except your beautifully restored roof, ready to continue protecting your family or business.
Pole Frame Buildings
Pole frame buildings are common here in the Midwest, particularly with commercial or agricultural businesses. The use of wood poles in this fashion initially emerged in the 1930s as a fast and economic method of getting needed buildings completed more efficiently.
When a pole frame building is planned, the manner of the building layout and materials involved are extremely dependent on the end use. Obviously, a shed to protect the RV may differ in needs than a home to protect your family. Regardless, there are some basic similarities between the two.
The poles utilized require support. In most cases, that support comes in the form of holes dug in the ground at evenly spaced intervals. The poles are placed into the holes for lateral stability, then reinforced with crushed stone, soil, or concrete. Alternatively, the poles can be anchored to a concrete slab.
Depending on the width of the building, interior poles may be utilized for increased strength and stability.
The poles themselves can vary in terms of size and spacing. The most common spacing ranges from 8 to 12 feet apart and the poles can range in size from 4 to 12 inches diameter, on average.
Depending on the application, the area between the poles can be framed with anything from sheet metal panels to full drywall, insulation, and exterior siding.
Benefits of a Pole Frame Building
As with all forms of construction, pole frame buildings offer specific benefits.
he cost of a pole frame building is almost always substantially less than a comparable metal frame building. Also, since a full footer isn’t required, there are less foundation costs than a traditional stick-frame building.
Particularly when compared to a traditional stick-frame building, post frame buildings are sturdier and offer a longer life-span.
Due to the ability to include interior poles as an integrated component of the building design, pole frame buildings easily lend themselves to very large, open buildings, while retaining superb structural integrity and wonderful aesthetics.
Pole frame buildings can be safely and professionally built more quickly than almost any other new construction style.
There are so many other benefits to a pole frame building. Call the pole frame experts at Beachy Contracting for a more extensive list and see how this simple design could be the perfect answer for your new construction needs. We would love to schedule a consultation with you.
We can be reached at 877-277-0829.
Free Hail Damage Inspection
Residential, Commercial, Industrial, Agriculture & Multi-Tenant Roofing Systems.