Foundations: Post-Frame construction can utilize multiple types.

Post frame is a surging building option for both homes and businesses. But before you can erect the building of your dreams, you need to start at the very bottom. The foundation. With wood frame building foundations, there are a variety of options for every build type from stilt buildings to bulk storage facilities. When working with wood frame building foundations there are an abundance of benefits that make post-frame building such an attractive alternative including build speed time, cost, and environmental friendly options. Embed your treated wood directly in the ground. Or use “U” shaped connection brackets and use non-treated wood that is bolted into place. Asphalt and plastic protection sleeves are also useful ways to go. As you can see, with post-frame building foundations your options are limitless.

Learn more about the previously mentioned post-frame foundations options available for your future residential and commercial properties and then use our “Find a Builder” feature and be put in contact with a post-frame builder in your area today!

While most commercial post-frame buildings, whether by code conformance or preference, are bolted onto a reinforced concrete slab or a traditional cast-in-place concrete or masonry block foundation, enhanced column options are also available.

Whatever you choose, you can be confident that post-frame construction will provide a lasting building solution.

Asphalt and Polyethylene

Blow-Molded Plastic

Concrete Column

Concrete Pier

HDPE Plastic Barrier Wood

Polyethylene Post Sleeve and Footing

Treated Wood