While a pole building is a relatively simple construction project, it’s still important to do it right. And if you plan on hiring a contractor to do the work, getting your new pole building scheduled as soon as possible is wise. Here are three important reasons to reach out to your contractor today.
Break Ground Before the Weather Turns
It’s tougher to build in harsh weather, and while it’s not impossible, it does often slow down projects. If you have a specific need for a pole building by a certain date, it’s best to start as early as possible before cold weather arrives.
You May Need Zoning Variances or Permits
Pole building designs can include a wide range of extras, from decorative elements to practical variations for utilities, HVAC and more. Some of these may require zoning variances or permits depending on the building regulations of your community, which adds time to your project.
As with most things, the cost of building materials goes up regularly. And to get the best return on your investment, of course you’ll want to control costs as best you can. One of the best ways to do that is to avoid paying more than you have to, and the longer you wait, the more you can expect to spend.
Planning for a New Pole Building in Sandpoint?
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, radiant in-floor heating, windows and cupolas. See why our customers consistently rate us 5-stars for outstanding service, quick construction and a high-level of available pole building design customizations. Contact us today for all your building construction needs.
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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