Pole Building Services

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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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Indiana Pole Barns

Choosing Pole Barn Colors

Customizing your barn is a fun step in the building process.  With the right color, you can add your own personal touch to the project. There are many options when it comes to choosing your pole barn color.  Whether it’s a traditional red, a neutral to blend in with the surroundings, or contrasting bold with a pop of color, Milmar Pole Buildings can help you find the perfect color combo. Our current top most chosen color combos are dark red with charcoal, stone with brown, and gray against charcoal.  There are 28 colors to choose from in the Alpha metal [More]

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Indiana Pole Barns

Pole Barn Foundation Options

Foundations are essential to any structure.  Without them buildings would not have any stability or be able to stay square and true.  Water causes erosion, while freezing temps and thawing causes the soil level to shift which in turn can cause foundation issues if not laid out professionally.  There are several options from basic to advanced that will provide a more sturdy foundation for your pole barn. When working with Milmar, you can choose from these 5 foundation types to fit your building goals and budget.   6×6 set with concrete cookie pad   This foundation system is the most [More]

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Indiana Pole Barns

Insulation Options

As snow and cold have been hitting the US from Maine to Florida, we hope all are staying warm in their homes.  Insulation plays a vital role in keeping your house and pole barn well heated in the winter. If you want to avoid drafts, consider your insulation options. Be sure the insulation is the correct R-Value.  This is based on the area’s climate.  If you live in a warmer area the R-Value will be lower, but if you live in a cold climate, the R-Value will be higher.  With the right R-Value, you can stay warmer in the winter [More]

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