If you’re new to pole buildings, you may have lots of questions about the design and installation of your structure, including how to keep the inside warm enough for your needs. Get some common questions about pole building heating answered here so your building is ready to withstand cold weather when it arrives.
What Kind of Heating System Works with a Pole Building?
Because they are so versatile, pole buildings are compatible with several types of heating systems. These include heat pumps, radiant heat, wood stoves, pellet stoves and furnaces. You may also be able to connect your building to solar panels for a renewable source of energy.
How Should I Decide?
The best way to select an effective heating system for your structure is to consider its square footage and purpose. Other factors to think about include how much and what kind of insulation will be added, as well as what kind of gas or electric service will be available at your building site. The needs of someone using their building as a storage shed or workshop vary widely from someone using one as a residence.
Who Can Give You Reliable Advice?
Talk to your pole building expert team for their insight and experience. Builders who have completed a range of projects for commercial, industrial and residential customers can guide you on the ease of installation, affordability, maintenance and longevity of the different heating system options you have.
Have More Questions About Pole Building Heating in Spokane?
C & S Construction offers customers a wide range of pole buildings for agricultural, industrial, commercial and residential purposes. We’re proud to be a full-service contractor who takes your project from planning through completion, including optional features like lean-to additions, pole building heating, windows and cupolas. If you need a contractor specializing in pole building construction, contact us today.
Complete Pole Building Heating, Windows and Add-Ons for Spokane Customers
Serving customers from Pullman to Bonners Ferry and Wenatchee to Western Montana, including Spokane, Coeur D’Alene, Cheney, Pullman, Sandpoint, Wallace & the surrounding area since 1998