Pole Barn Plans

Pole barn plans come in every size and style imaginable. So how do you sort through all that variety and find the garage building plans that are right for you? It may seem like a daunting task, but be assured, the Barn Geek is here to help you through it.

Your Ideas

Let’s start with your dreams and ideas. You have particular needs in mind that need to be met. After all that is why you are here isn’t it? You are looking for a plan that meets those needs. One thing I have found after serving many different people with different goals is that every person has unique needs.

Pole Barn Plans For You

If this is true for you, than you have come to the right place. I am here to help you plan the barn that lives in your imagination. You tell me what your needs are and I will help you design that perfect barn that will fulfill those needs. Your barn plan will be customized just for you. There will be no other barn like it, it will be unique and fitted to your personality. When your barn is completed you will be able to look at it and truly say “This is My barn!”

What if you need pole barn plans right now and can’t wait for a custom set?

Your in luck, we now offer several sets of stock pole building plans that are available for instant download. You don’t even have to wait for the mailman!

Below you will see several sets of plans for deeply discounted prices. The reason they are discounted is that these are barns that we have already done. These barns exist in the real world.

Since all the work has already been done you can benefit by having a plan that is proven to be successful. Choose one of the plans to the right that best suits your needs and click on it for more information. You can also read more about these on our barn plans page.

Step 1: Understanding the U Bracket

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