What Does it Cost to Build a Pole Barn for Your Family?

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Pole barns are becoming the newest housing revolution. Naturally, you’d want to know how far in finances you’d go before investing in such a project. Here’s a price breakdown.

1. The Structure

You’ll need to set aside $20,000 to $30,000 to break the ground. Spare an additional $1,000 to $3,500 to set up a solid insulation system.

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With roofing, a typical shingle roof would cost at least $18,000. This also depends on the size of your house. Likewise, exterior siding varies in cost, depending on the type and quality of material you choose and the size of your house.

2. Doors, Windows, HVAC

The cost of windows is subject to their design, number, and size. This is also true for doors, with exterior ones being generally more expensive than interior ones. So, set aside up to $3,500 for all doors. A new HVAC system can run between $6,000 and $12,500.

Spare as much as $10,000 for plumbing installation. A good septic system installation costs between $3,000 and $9,500. Site preparation involves grading the home site. Such services range from $3,000 to $4,000, depending on the size of the home.

4. Electricity and Interior Finishes

Electricity and interior finishes have tentative projections because your choice of quality and light fixtures vary. As these products come in low, mid, and high tiers, choose one that you prefer and best aligns with your budget. There’s something for everyone.


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