One of the best features of a barndominium, or barn home, is the wide expanse of space on the interior. Today’s open concept living is inherent in this type of design; there are no interior support posts so you have clear site lines from kitchen to living room. Add to this the finish possibilities and you have the making of a great family home, lake front retreat or hunting lodge.
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Are your steel barn designs prefabricated?
Premier uses a systems approach when designing your barn home. We offer custom solutions using standard components. Each building system is custom engineered to suite your needs.
What is included in a steel home solution?
The solution we provide includes all steel framing, bracing, roofing and siding required for the build. Your design will dictate where and what size your framed openings are and the components needed for those are included as well. All fasteners. We design-in all gutters and downspouts. We occasionally include windows and doors although residential styles are best sourced from a local specialty company. Further there are many add-ons you might like to include like overhangs, cupolas, roll-up doors, etc. It truly is a custom solution so the possibilities are endless.
Who will build my home?
We have relationships with many contractors in the southeast and throughout the U.S. who are experienced in erecting metal buildings and providing other turnkey services. When we begin working together to design your home, we will help you chose a contractor who meets your needs and project requirements.
Can I design the interior layout?
Absolutely. Because your steel home is clear span, none of the interior walls will be load-bearing. Working with your architect and contractor, you can create a floorplan that perfectly suites your family’s needs.
Do steel barn homes meet local code requirements?
Yes, we engineer your metal barn home to meet wind and snow load requirements as dictated by county codes or your local coding authority.