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  1. #21

    Re: Pole Barn

    Very cool indeed!
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    Re: Pole Barn

    Love the coupola
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    Re: Pole Barn

    Looks like much more than a barn!
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    Re: Pole Barn

    It will be more than a barn when I finish. Its going to be my woodworking and repair shop. I've still got a ways to go before I'm finished but I'm planning on putting in a bathroom and central heat & air. The cupola was made by my dad several years ago for a different barn. I never got to put it up then so I used it on this barn. I think it worked out well.

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    Re: Pole Barn

    Its been awhile since I posted an update. I got another section of floor poured and plumbed an air system. I also got a new compressor to supply the air. I've started putting up the walls but haven't decided on what type of siding to use. I'm leaning toward concrete lap siding.

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    Re: Pole Barn

    Nice!
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    Re: Pole Barn

    Looking good! You won't be disappointed with cement board siding. I did Hardipanel on my shop, and did Hardi Plank on my latest rent house. They're quality products.
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    I'm in awe Scott.
    You are crazier than me that's for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottD View Post
    Its been awhile since I posted an update. I got another section of floor poured and plumbed an air system. I also got a new compressor to supply the air. I've started putting up the walls but haven't decided on what type of siding to use. I'm leaning toward concrete lap siding.

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    Hardie siding is really good. You won't be disappointed.
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    Re: Pole Barn

    Just another update. I've got the walls up and working on the doors. I found a wood burning stove and built a hearth area for it.

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