Peak Pole Barns have designed countless pole barns to achieve a variety of goals, and they can walk you through the design process to get the closest building to meet your functional and design requirements.
How To Keep Pests Out Of Your Pole Barn
Homes, storage spaces, and commercial spaces attract pests. Pole barns are no exception. As a pole barn owner, you should take it as a given that your building will be a target for rodents, insects, and other pests. Keeping these household intruders out involves both structural measures and some other methods that are not related to the building itself.
For example, to keep rodents out, you should ensure that doors and windows close and seal properly and are kept carefully shut. Rats and mice have a way of sneaking into even the best-sealed homes. They are survival machines, drawn by the aromas of tasty, nourishing foods. Practice careful food storage methods to prevent rodents from catching a whiff of your wares in the first place. When it comes to flies and other insects, keep those doors and windows sealed and maintain a clean and tidy interior. In the summer months, it might be worthwhile setting up some flytraps, especially in your kitchen and food storage areas.
Tips For Choosing The Best Pole Barn Windows
Windows are an important part of your pole barn structure. Be sure to choose them carefully. Do your research and speak to an expert before deciding which windows to install. To ensure that you get the best windows possible for your pole barn, consider five details: