Advantages of a Garage in North Carolina

If you are a homeowner in North Carolina, then you should probably consider adding a garage to your home. There are many different types of garages that you can choose from. A good garage has many benefits which you will definitely like. One of the most important advantages of owning a garage is the security it provides for your cars, bikes and other things you may want to store here. A car that is parked in a garage is safe from burglars, car thieves other common criminals. The car will also be protected from extreme weather and this ensures it stays in good condition much longer.

 
There are many options available to homeowners when it comes to choosing suitable North Carolina garages. One option that is very popular with residents lately is the modular garage. This type of garage is also known as a prefabricated garage and is normally manufactured at a factory elsewhere and assembled on site. There are many benefits of this and one is that the costs of putting up the garage are drastically cut. You will see considerable savings when you choose a prefabricated garage compared to a regular garage. Another benefit is the speed at which these can be designed and erected.

 
If you are considering a modular garage for your North Carolina home, then you have many options to choose from. These garages come in many different designs including a single-story one-car garage, single-story two-car garage or a double-story two-car garage. If you choose a good garage company you can have one of the best NC garages installed on your property in the shortest time possible. Such a firm is able to provide some of the best North Carolina garages available in the market today. A modern, impressive and presentable modular garage offers a great alternative to regular garages. It is easy to install, looks great and takes less time to put up compared to regular garages.

 
As a homeowner, you will not be limited in the choice of garage as there is a wide variety of designs to choose from. You will be able to choose the colors, siding and shingles of your garage, the kind of roof you prefer as well as the location of the garage door and windows. Other options also available include insulated floors, overhead doors with glass, a steel door, larger windows and so on. Once these decisions have been made, the garage will then be delivered and set up within a period of about four weeks.

 
There are many benefits of having a modern garage at home. NC garages offer their owners plenty of benefits such as safe storage of the family cars. The garage can also be used to store appliances, bikes, lawn mowers, tools and other equipment. Whenever a vehicle is parked in a garage, it is protected from harsh weather such as snow, storms and the scorching sun. If the garage is fitted with shelves and hooks, many other items can be stores here including children’s toys, outdoor camping equipment, roller skates and so on. Any extra space can be used as a work area for home repairs, a play area or just some lounging space. A good garage is definitely a welcome addition to any home. It offers many benefits including extra storage space and additional value to the home.

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Contractors Add Profits with Modular Garages and Storage Sheds

If you are a builder or a building contractor using a prefabricated garage can add considerable profits.

 A modular garage will help you complete a building or construction project faster than if you went for a traditional or built-in garage shed. This also   appeals to homeowners, especially if they wanted a quality building without adding substantially to the project budget. Another big selling point is the time on-site. After site preparation modular garages take very little time for assembly and installation, this also means that it is easy for a builder to incorporate a modular garage in an ongoing construction project making minimum use of their time and resources.

 All clients will appreciate it when the builder offers to add a garage at convenient prices and in little time. The modular structures have become a popular phenomenon nationwide, which means that the top manufacturers are already building a lot of these structures and have the requisite knowledge and the skills to construct high performance buildings. The materials used of are highest quality, which means that the builders will never need to worry about the quality and sustainability of the garage or storage building, and as long as he is ordering from an established manufacturer, his reputation as a builder and a professional will remain safe.

 As regards the costs of the structure, modular buildings in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Virginia. etc., can normally be installed at a fraction of a cost of building on-site structures. One reason for this is the manufacturers of modular buildings receive orders at bulk and are thus able to offer easier prices to their customers. The builder will have to add the transportation costs to the cost of the structure, but even then modular structures remain a more cost-effective option. Moreover, even in case of on-site construction, the builders may oftentimes need to transport in certain materials from afar- something which again drums up the overall cost of the project. There is also no waste materials involved in case of modular structures, which again contributes to lower costs of the project. However, the biggest profit advantage with the builders is that they need to spend very little time on the project (and still earn the same kind of money), and can utilize this saved time on his other projects.

  The structures are delivered complete to the site and the builder will not need to hire any electricians, joiners, or wet trades for the installation. Moreover, there is no need to build too strong foundations for these structures, which again translates in saved money. Even when compared to a block-built structure, modular garages and storage sheds will have better structural integrity and higher levels of draughts and air tightness. Due to versatility in designs and styles, these modular garages are easy to integrate with different styles of new and existing homes and they can even be erected in places which are hard to get to.  

  Another big advantage to homeowners is the ability to modify the inside of their new build just as easily as with conventional construction. And unlike traditional garages and storage buildings is that many can be move or relocated at a later time. These are just some of the benefits of a modular garage that a building contractor can present to his clients. Moreover, most of these products will come with comprehensive a warranty, so even if a garage receives any damage at a later date, the builder will not need to spend any money out of his pocket for the repair. These modular structures are delivered to North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia.

 

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Clean Stalls, Healthy Horses

Clean Stalls, Healthy Horses

Just as we humans do not enjoy living in dirty and unhealthy habitats and want our living quarters to be clean and dirt-free, similarly animals prefer clean, fresh and odor-free confines. An unclean stall makes for an ungainly environment and can prove to be hazardous to the health of the horses. The heavy ammonia odor from the animals’ feces and urine can lead to respiratory problems for them. The breathing problems may also occur from accumulation of dust particles from hay, mat, and bedding. Hay and fecal debris may also contaminate the water source, especially if it is not properly placed. Soiled floors or bedding, moreover, can lead to thrush and other hoof ailments.

Therefore, keeping your horse barn clean equals to helping your horses stay healthy and in good shape. No matter whether you use a modular horse barn or a built-in one, you must always take proper care to see that the stalls are clean, fresh, and the overall conditions are healthy for the animals. Proper barn ventilation is one important aspect here. Proper ventilation will take care of the unpleasant odors inside the stalls and will prevent excessive ammonia accumulation. If your barn has the facility of cross-ventilation such as if you can open the opposite doors or windows of the barn, you should always make good use of it. If one is planning to order a modular horse barn, cross-ventilating facilities is therefore one of the factors that an owner should keep in mind.

In regard to ventilation, it is also important to remember that even in winters, one should ventilate the stalls for some time daily. This is just as true for horse sheds or barns in states like North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, or Virginia. – places which may experience more or less harsh weather in the colder months. Unless there is a storm outside or the temperature is well below the freezing level, ventilate the barn daily and if necessary, put blankets over the animals.

The fact of cleanliness must also be borne in mind when one chooses the flooring material for the barn. No matter where your barn is located, for instance, at some place in Tennessee, or Virginia, or Georgia, or somewhere in North Carolina, or South Carolina, keep this in mind that the concrete is one of the poorest choices when it comes to barn floors. They do not drain well, are cold in the winter, and are hard on the animals’ hooves. Instead, try using something which will have a little give for the hooves. This is especially important if you are taking the horses out regularly for equestrian exercises. Equestrian workouts, for example, when you are taking them out for long riding sessions, are hard on the legs and the hooves of them, so a little give on the floor will make for extra comfort and help them relax easily. This is why stall mats, or clay/dirt floors are seen as a better choice than concrete. Mats are better preferred since one faces fewer cleaning hazards with the mats, whereas earthen floors can absorb urine odor and become muddy or dirty easily. Wood floors are also a good choice especially in terms of cleanliness of the barn. They facilitate better drainage as the urine can ooze down through the floor cracks, and wood floors are also easier to keep clean and dust-free. However, maintenance and repair of wood floors are costly– something the barn owners should consider before investing in wood flooring.

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Modular Barns and Garages: Profit Advantages for Building Contractors

Satisfy the customer, save time and increase profit. What if you could offer a garage, make extra profit and not use your time and resources?

Modular barns, garages and modular storage sheds come with their definite set of advantages both for the barn owners and the building contractors. As long as the farm in question has adequate site access, the modular barns can be assembled and installed in no more than two to three days. So, if time is a factor, a modular barn would be the most advantageous and cost-effective solution for a barn owner. The building contractors can also offer modular sheds at easier prices as compared to custom or full monitor barns. The modular sections are built in bulk and therefore cost much less in materials and construction. These allow the contractors to offer easy prices to customers.

Another benefit with these modular structures is that they can be used for any number of purposes- for example, raising livestock, storage, or as a garage, or even for residential purposes. This allows the contractors to create a larger base of customers and expand the range of services offered.

For example, if a contractor is building a house for a client and the latter also wants to build a barn or a garage, the contractor can complete the entire project on his own and would not need to hire a separate service of a subcontractor to finish the job. There is also very little labor costs involved in the installation of the barns. In case of built-on-site or stick built barns, or even for custom or monitor barns, it may take weeks or more to build the structure. On the other hand, installation of a modular shed calls for minimum labor requirements. The contractor can order a modular barn directly from a dealer or a manufacturer of this kind of barn models and a small crew will be able to perform the assembly job in a very short time.

However, the contractor will need to take into account the site preparation costs. Building or the assembly of a barn may often involve site preparation. For example, the rocky or uneven grounds will need to be adequately leveled before the installation. If one or more trees come in the way of the installation, they will need to be removed, too. These activities will increase the overall expense of the project, and the time required for the completion of the same. However, since this applies both to modular as well as stick built barns, the contractors may as well go for modular sheds as for the other kinds. However, since cranes will be used for the installation of the modular structures, the contractors will have to account for any overhead obstacle such as billboards, signs, power lines, etc. But generally one won’t need to spend any huge costs to work around these obstacles. On the other hand, site preparation for stick built barns may require more elaborate digging or leveling work, meaning increased expenses again.

One also thinks that he will have a very limited set of choices regarding designs and materials when it comes to modular or storage sheds. However, this is not necessarily true. Modular garages today come in a variety of styles and options. You get to choose the number of swing or siding doors you want, the width of the center aisle and the number of stalls (in case of modular horse barns), as well as the kind of exterior finish you want for your barn.  Same is true with garages. The building contractors benefit by time on site, less site preparation and cost.  Consider the idea of modular barns and the benefits they bring.

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Georgia Horse Barns and Storage Sheds and Winter Preparation

When looking to prepare modular horse barns and storage sheds for the coming winter months, one should pay foremost attention to the following things:
• Winterizing the water system for the barn
• Keeping the shed and barn draft-free and well-insulated
• Storing adequate supplies of hay and feed for the horses

Most regions in Georgia do not experience severe winters. However, some places in the northern part of the state, and especially those located on the foothills, do record heavy rain and snowfall in winter. However, no matter what part of the state one is living in, one should do the proper prep work to sufficiently protect the barn, the shed, and the horses from any kind of inclement weather?

When it comes to a horse barn, or modular horse barns, if you are living south of the state, you may not have to invest in heated water tanks or expensive heating units to prepare for the cold months. However, those living in northern Georgia, where areas can experience snow and rain, may need adequate and elaborate preparation for the winter.

The very first thing you should do is to stock up on adequate supplies of hay and feed for the winter. One should also make sure that one is using mouse-proof feed storage. Mo matter whether we are talking modular horse barn or storage sheds, it is necessary to keep the structures free of the rodents. As the weather gets colder, the rodents have a tendency to invade the sheds and they can carry fatal disease for horses and can cause damage to storage equipment. Using pest control is a good idea to keep the rodents at bay during the colder months.

One should also caulk up all drafts in walls and the windows. In places where the winter is harsh, one may also put rubber strips on the floor over the gravel or the stone dust to keep the horses warm. Whether or not you will need to use blankets for the horses again depends on the place the barn is situated. The natural coats of the horses grow long and thick as the outside temperature dips. So, they do not suffer so much from cold as we humans do. A blanket might be necessary if you are taking them out at night. Otherwise, use blankets only if the winter is really cold.

Ventilation is another thing to pay attention to. It is okay to keep all windows and doors shut for a storage shed. However, in case of a horse barn, one should normally provide for some passage for fresh air to pass through. Otherwise, the horses stand the risk of suffering from respiratory ailments.

Finally, you should properly winterize the water system for the barns. Wrap-around insulation is often very effective for insulating above-ground piping. To keep the water buckets from freezing overnight, one can use heating components that can be attached to the side of the buckets. As for sheds and the storage, weather stripping the doors of the sheds is often a good idea. Ensuring that the electrical wiring and equipment for the barns and the sheds are in proper order should also be on the list of your prep work.

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Popular Horse Breeds in Tennessee

There’s something that is intricately fascinating with all the different Tennessee horses. Maybe it’s tied to their culture and rich history as much as they are to their provenance. Of course no other breed stands out than one which claims an entire state’s name as its own. The world renowned Tennessee Walking Horse which traces its origins in Virginia, stands majestically and strides at the forefront of all the others. Historically, its gait and movement is like silk flowing through the Tennessee farmlands and eventually captivating countless thousands with its regal appearance. Today it is a recreational horse that endears many beginner horse riders with its amiable and patient demeanor. Most of all, its most striking characteristic is the relative comfort of the ride it provides. Proud with an average height of 13 HH to 17 HH, some can be as heavy as 1200 pounds. So when getting modular horse barns for this breed, choose wisely as their space requirements could be quite significant.

Many Tennessee horse barns are also filled with the Saddlebred breed. With regards to height, they are as tall as their Tennessee Walking Horse counterparts averaging about 15 HH to 16 HH and weigh as much as 1200 pounds too. Their foundation is also rich dating back to the late 1800s where they are mostly known as the proud mounts of officers during the Civil War. It has the distinction of being called the “world’s most beautiful horse” most likely because of its long arched neck. The breed has figured in several Hollywood movies. Likewise, choose spacious modular horse barns for this very popular breed.

Of course no list of popular breeds in Tennessee would be complete without the ever famous Mustang. Free spirited and powerful, it is one of the few horses that are distinguished as feral. That is, they have once been domesticated but have broken free and run wild. Now you may be asking, “If they’re feral, how come they’re popular?” These particularly exceptional horses are under the care of the US Bureau of Land Management where they are sometimes offered for adoption. Go to numerous horse related trading websites and you will find that they are indeed one of the most sought after breeds not just in Tennessee but in Western America. With that said, it would be a challenging endeavor to see a Mustang inside delivered modular barns.

Among the more notable and very much sought after Tennessee horses is one of the oldest breeds, the Arabian. Not quite as tall as their Tennessean counterparts, their lineage is remarkable for their flexibility and endurance. In fact, documents show that their origin in the Arabian Peninsula was borne not just out of necessity but of pride and respect. They were so prized that it was fairly common for families back then to keep these horses inside the tents of their masters so they won’t be stolen. Fast forward to today and they have the distinction of being one of the more amiable breeds. So much so that it is fairly common to find one in many Tennessee horse barns. Standing at an average of 14.1 HH to 15.1 HH, this breed should be easy to get inside delivered modular barns.

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Delivered Horse Barns in Virginia

In Virginia, there are two categories of horse owners. The first category owns a horse as a pet and the second keeps horses for business purposes. Presently, there are multiple breeds of horses available for both categories of owners. The most common of these breeds include Thoroughbreds, Quarter Horses, Tennessee Walkers, and Arabians.

Horse rearing has become a lucrative business in Virginia. In order to be successful in horse rearing, some factors should be put into consideration. These factors include feeding the animal, sheltering the animal and a continual improvement on the quality of the barns.

As a business person, you have to adopt different strategies from a person keeping horses as pets. Since you have a big horse operation, appropriate boarding facility should be acquired. The horse should be treated with special care. It is important that you prepare in advance on how to care for the horse before purchasing one. Having acquired the breeds of your choice, you have to consider options that will present you a reduction of cost and allow you to maintain high quality and healthy horses. What you need is to acquire the Modular horse barns.

What are Modular barns?

These are custom designed and delivered horse barns. They are designed to form different shapes and sizes to fit the required budget. You therefore won’t be stressed by floor planning and additional space for things like equipment and feed. It is an ideal horse shelter for business persons and non-business individuals who are rearing horses on a strict budget.

What Advantage Does Modular Horse Barns have?

Your ultimate objective as a horse owner is to maintain your dream horse at the lowest cost possible. Irrespective of the budget, you desire to keep your horses comfortable, ensure that they are of high quality and remain healthy. With Modular horse barns, this objective becomes attainable. These barns offer the following:1. The burns are perfectly designed to fit the required budget2. They are cost effective3. They are easy to maintain in good condition

When considering a modular barn, it is always advisable to have delivered horse barns brought to where you need it. A modular barn is built to withstand the stress that it might be subjected to during delivery and set up. It gives room for various model options for you as a horse owner. For residents of Virginia seeking for the perfect “Keywords: Virginia horse barns,” the ideal option is the modular horse barn.

“Keywords: Virginia horse barns,” – especially modular delivered horse barns. – have relived all horse owners in Virginia the stress of having to begin building a barn from scratch. It reduces the period that the construction crew will spent on your site as it is reliable and a ready made sturdy building.

One of the arguments of some horse owners is the cost of a modular barn. This argument is not valid when one considers the cost of site preparation and other related cost; it comes down to almost the same cost of building a stick built horse barn. However, the advantage is in the end value of the barn. Besides the fact that the construction crew will not spend more than a day on site; what you get is a high quality barn on a site well prepared for it. The end product is a barn that will last for many years.

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Virginia Is For Horses

Virginia may well have the strongest claim of any state in America to the title, “Horse Country.” The state’s love affair with horses dates back to the year 1610, when the first non-native horses were brought to the new colonies. One of the most famous studs ever to dwell in Virginia horse barns was Janus – a sire whose bloodline equine historians consider to be instrumental in the development of the American Quarter Horse.

Later, the Thoroughbred line was introduced from England with the arrival of Bulle Rock in 1730. Diomed, a prolific runner in England (the horse finished out of the money only once in his 19 starts), retired to stud in Virginia in 1798 and was so active that he is considered by some to be “The Father of the American Thoroughbred.” When he died in 1808, reports stated that “there was as much mourning over his demise as there was over the death of George Washington.”

Another significant contribution by Virginia’s horses has been in military service. Several hundred thousand of the state’s horses – known for their endurance and stamina – served in the military, often dying in battle. Two horses with famous owners are laid to rest in Lexington, VA: Traveler, who served General Robert E. Lee, and Little Sorrel, the mount of General Thomas Jonathan “Stonewall” Jackson.

Perhaps Virginia’s most famous equine resident was Secretariat, the Triple Crown winner who was foaled at one of the most successful Virginia horse barns, The Meadow in Caroline County, Virginia. Secretariat set records in all three of the famous races – the Kentucky Derby, the Preakness, and the Belmont Stakes – which still stand today.

Virginia breeders and horse owners cover the spectrum of breeds in their daily business. Appaloosa, Arabian, Paint, Palomino, Mustang, and even Tennessee Walking horses can be found in Virginia horse barns and on its farms. Miniature horses, ponies, and mules reflect the diversity of Virginia’s equine industry, as well as “specialty” breeds like Brabant Belgians, Oldenburg, and Selle Français. Though not quite “A to Z”, other breeds include American Cream to Welsh Pony – and many others in between!

The economic impact of Virginia’s horse industry is enormous – more than $1 billion is spent annually, with more than 20,000 jobs provided in caring, grooming, feeding, training, transporting, and providing equipment and land for over 170,000 horses. Virginia modular barns and Virginia delivered modular barns are among the significant developments in the growing need for sheltering horses. The ability to have ready-made, Virginia modular barns and Virginia delivered modular barns on site has proven to be a positive economic factor for many farms.

It is estimated that more than 800,000 spectators enjoy the more than 700 events sponsored in Virginia each year. Over 285 public access riding trails makes Virginia a top destination for riders. While equine events such as dressage, racing, polo, and all-around competitions are popular, recreational and trail riding is the number one use for Virginia’s horses.

One of the newest areas that takes advantage of the power of horses is therapeutic riding. Horseback riding and other related activities for individuals with disabilities – those with mental and physical impairments, learning disabilites, or impediments to hearing, vision, and speech – is a fast-growing element of Virginia’s horse culture. Cost-effetive use of Virginia modular barns and Virginia delivered modular barns will help to keep that trend increasing.

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What Are the Most Popular Equestrian Activities in Virginia?

The great state of Virginia is famous for many things, not the least of which is a rich history and culture of equestrian activities. That may be why many visitors remark upon the number of horse barns that are scattered all over the Virginia countryside.

Some of these Virginia horse barns may be classic buildings that have been maintained for centuries, but many are new modular horse barns that have been recently purchased because of their functionality, affordability, and durability. Because many of these Virginia modular barns have been designed to be attractive and functional, it might be hard to tell the difference between a traditional shed and a delivered modular barn!

Horse Shows

If you are a horse breeder or merely an excited spectator, you have probably heard of the many local horse shows. Show facilities, such as Fox Chase Farms, give owners a chance to show off their equine breeding and training ability. Events include both hunter and jumper shows. The facility also offers the “Parade of Breeds” show and regularly scheduled riding demonstrations for guests.

The Classic Sport of Polo

Polo is a classic and exciting sports event that has always been popular in the state, and is gaining popularity all around the country. In fact, games of polo have been documented going back 2,000 years and it has certainly always been part of the culture of this area.

 VIPolo is the largest polo club in the Virginia and Washington, DC area. It is a full service facility that offers polo six days a week. You can watch matches during the week and all day on the week-end. Spectators are always welcome at this large facility. Not only can you view the club’s schedule so you can watch an exciting polo match, you can also visit this facility to learn to play the game yourself.

You do not need to own your own horse or have any prior experience and there are even private and group lessons for kids. Children’s lessons help introduce kids to horsemanship skills and this classic game.

Horseback Riding Along Scenic Trails

Of course, many people simply enjoy riding their horses for exercise and pleasure. Find riding lessons, boarding stables with contemporary and classic Virginia horse barns, scenic views, and much more scattered all over the state. Along with plenty of scenic riding trails, you can also find stables which will allow you to rent out a horse for the day and some even offer guided tours.

Housing Your Horses

If you plan to keep your own horses in this state, you may be interested in purchasing Virginia delivered modular barns. These provide an efficient, fast, and affordable solution if you are just setting up your own stable or want to expand your old one.

These Virginia modular barns are functional, but also really attractive. Your guests may believe you purchased a classic ranch with a well-maintained older set of barns, when you have really just made the smart decision to purchase new Virginia delivered modular barns with safe and modern construction.

You can find an equine housing solution for almost any need. Choices range from small open sheds to large enclosed buildings. If you need to house one valuable horse or an entire stable full of valuable horses, these Virginia delivered modular barns can be delivered and set up when you need them.

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Protecting Your Horse Barn or Storage Shed

Water is the leading cause of damage to wood and wood structures. For outdoor wood products to last they need to be protected from the elements.  This holds true for everything from a garden chair to a large barn and that is what we are looking at today wood barns and storage sheds.

Start with a good cleaning. If the building is either old or has not been stained in a long time the surface will need a good cleaning. The best way to accomplish this is with a pressure washer. In many places these can be rented locally and they would be able to recommend the best cleaning chemicals for your situation. Be sure whatever you use it is environmentally safe for us and your animals.

This is a good time talk about what equipment you will need. Start with a ladder. If your building is tall or multi story you will need an extension ladder. Even if you just have a garden shed at the very least you may need a step ladder. The recommended method of application is with a sprayer, you can rent one of these at the same place you got the pressure washer. If you go the manual way you will need brushes, rollers and pans. I can tell you from experience that if you have any roughness to the exterior siding at all you will want to use a sprayer.

The stain. What you will use will depend on what is already on your building. If this is a first time then you will have a choice of oil base, latex base or water base stains. For health and environmental reasons most are moving toward the newer water based stains. This should be a consideration if you have a horse barn or animals. You can get all of these products in clear or a wide range of colors.

 If your barn or storage building has been stained in the past you will need to determine if it was an oil or latex base, as a general rule you can put water base over oil base but you can’t put oil over water base. Latex will go over water based but not over oil.  For best results no matter which you choose it is a good idea to use that sprayer and to do two coats. The first will be absorbed by the siding and the second coat will seal the wood. If you use a good quality product you can get away with re-staining every 3 years or so depending on climate.

 Depending on the size of your storage building or barn this task can be over whelming. A small shed may take a day and larger barns can be a multi-day project. You will need to be comfortable with working with and around ladders. Remember to exercise all the proper safety procedures when working with the power equipment and water and wear a respirator when spraying.

For some of us this may be a little daunting so there is always Google and you can search for a qualified contractor in your area that can help you. Checking with your local modular barn dealer would be a good idea they could recommend qualified people in your area. Either way if you want your wood barn or storage building to last you need to protect the exterior.

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