Put MilMar Post Buildings’ unique blend of Amish craftsmanship and professional design and management services to work on your project today. Superior quality at a price you will appreciate.

Residential

Our goal is to provide beautiful, durable post-frame structures (pole buildings) with the maximum square footage per your dollar. We believe that quality is no accident, but the result of high aim, careful execution, and a thorough knowledge of the product.

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Commercial

At MilMar Post Buildings, we provide the professional expertise to both custom design and build your new warehouse or manufacturing facility to meet your specifications. We will construct what you need, at an affordable price meeting all commercial codes.

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Agricultural

With strong roots in the Amish and farming communities of northern Indiana, we have personal experience with equipment storage, livestock barns and horse facilities. MilMarPost Buildings will design and efficiently construct your ideal agricultural structure to meet your needs.

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" I am very pleased with the building that Milmar put together for me, and especially with how they handled the details for me. "

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Blog Posts

Indiana Pole Barns

Pole Barns as Manufacturing Facilities

When most people think of manufacturing facilities, they think of large factories in urban areas, not barns. MilMar offers commercial construction options that allow clients to manufacture products in a pole barn.

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Indiana Pole Barns

6 Ways to Turn an Agricultural Barn Residential

People use barns for all sorts of reasons like storing cattle, hay, cars, their in-laws… wait, what? It’s actually not that uncommon. Using barns for kids back from college, as in-law suites, or simply as a rental space to make some quick cash, are all legitimate uses of the space.

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Indiana Pole Barns

Why Are Barns Red? The History of Barns in America

The red barn is an icon of rural America. These structures are one of the few that are distinctly American, borne from our earliest days in history. We adapted the European barn to serve our extensive livestock and agricultural needs. Today, new and historic barns serve many different purposes.

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