Pole Building Shops

With your own shop building, you can run your own business or work on your hobbies whenever and however you want. Whether your occupation is in metalworking, manufacturing, or auto repair, Hansen Pole Buildings’ shop kits have everything necessary to set you up for success.  Mechanics can plan shop buildings for trucks and cars or woodworkers can create space for large saws and other tools—the possibilities are endless.

Our pole building shops are convenient, cost-effective, and fully customizable. Get a quote for your ideal pole shop today.

What Is a Pole Building Shop?

Pole building shop kits are a fast and affordable way to create dedicated space for any kind of job or hobby that involves working with your hands, specialized tools, and materials like wood or metal. They are both less expensive and easier to build quickly than shops made with traditional construction methods, making them an excellent choice for business owners. Pole shops can be customized to provide insulation, reduce noise, include heating and air conditioning, and more.

How Much Does It Cost to Build a Pole Shop?

The ultimate cost of your pole shop building will depend on the size and your added features, as well as local material costs and design requirements. Prices usually range from $7,000 to $75,000, but you could pay as much as $100,000 for a large or complex pole shop kit.

Regardless of the size you choose or the customizations you add, a pole barn is almost certain to be cheaper to build than a traditional shop building. Pole buildings require fewer materials to complete, and because they’re so easy to put together, labor costs are very low (or virtually nonexistent, if you build them yourself.)

Small, Medium, and Large Pole Building Shop Kits

Before you finalize your pole shop design, you can get a general idea of how much it will cost by choosing a small, medium, or large kit. We have shop floor plans big enough for semi-truck repairs and small enough to create a comfortable workspace in your backyard.

How Much Does a Small Pole Shop Building Cost?

The price range for small pole shops is about $7,000 to $18,000. These are great for personal projects or smaller woodworking and metalworking businesses.

How Much Does a Medium Pole Shop Building Cost?

Medium pole shops cost about $18,200 to $39,100. This size is perfect for midsize businesses or mechanic shop buildings for bikes or other small vehicles.

How Much Does a Large Pole Shop Building Cost?

Large pole building kits range from $36,000 to $88,000, but you might pay up to $100,000 for an especially large or complex kit. Order a large pole shop for working on vehicles or running big operations.

What Does a Pole Shop Building Look Like?

Pole shop buildings can vary depending on the type of work you do. Inside, you will notice the noise reduction qualities that come with our kits. You might also notice the reflective insulation that is used to act as a vapor barrier, keeping all condensation out of your space.

Steel wall panels are a common choice for the inside of pole shop buildings because they are easy to clean. The entry doors can be 3, 4, or 6 feet wide, with a removable astragal for easy access when bringing in large objects.

How Long Does It Take to Build a Pole Shop Building Kit?

Size, design, and added features ultimately determine the time it takes to put a pole building kit together. If you really need to accelerate the process, you can hire a professional to help with construction, but it should still be pretty fast if you build the whole thing yourself.

Where Do I Go to Get a Pole Shop Building Kit?

Start by requesting a quote from Hansen Pole Buildings. We’ll guide you through the process of choosing your ideal features and placing an order. Once your order is placed, we’ll ship your customized pole kit directly to your location.

How Do I Find a Pole Shop Building Contractor Near Me?

We maintain a network of contractors across the country that we would be happy to recommend for your project. You can also search and compare ratings for contractors in your city—any professional should be able to put a pole kit together with no problem.

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