I built a 32x48 Pole barn that's partially enclosed. Now I wished I would've went ahead and and closed it all in.
Seems about right. Like I say probably the easiest way to build it as well. Get your pad poured and walls built then pay some buddies beer to help stand the walls. 20' wide you can do the trusses buy yourself but way easier with two.I just did a quote request for stick building a 20'X24'X10' garage. Materials to frame, roof, siding, 1 window, one man door, garage door frame only. $ 6500.
No wiring, insulation, or sheet rock.
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Sure it may not seem like much more but it is an extra 100sq feet. His quote is $13.54 per sqft take away the cost of the doors and windows and he is probably about $10 per sqft for lumber, shingles and siding then the added cost of the pad. It probably runs him an extra $1500.00. All depends on what one wants and how much they want to spend. Bigger is better but it comes with cost, and also size can be restricted by other things than cost as well.20' wide? Kind of odd, I'd probably just go 24x24 at that rate. Not much more money to go higher, and opens up options for a lift in the future if it's 12'.
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