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    Looking for recomendations in Central NJ for Pole Barn company design/ install

    My wife and I are ready to bite the bullet and finally build a pole barn. The Shelterlogic porta sheds are a little tiresome to deal with getting things in and out. I am looking for a dealer/designer and installer in the Central NJ area. I already reached out to Morton up in Phillpsburg and a rep is going to come down in the next week or two to look at our land and hear our needs. We are thinking 30x50 or 40 x 50. Want to back the fifth wheel RV in so one bay door is going to need to be 10x14 for sure unless we do some kind of lean to on the side of the barn and semi enclose it and have a roll to the side door to make the front look attractive.
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    Get the largest you can. You never have to much room. Good luck remember it's only money
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    Quote Originally Posted by 96PSD View Post
    My wife and I are ready to bite the bullet and finally build a pole barn. The Shelterlogic porta sheds are a little tiresome to deal with getting things in and out. I am looking for a dealer/designer and installer in the Central NJ area. I already reached out to Morton up in Phillpsburg and a rep is going to come down in the next week or two to look at our land and hear our needs. We are thinking 30x50 or 40 x 50. Want to back the fifth wheel RV in so one bay door is going to need to be 10x14 for sure unless we do some kind of lean to on the side of the barn and semi enclose it and have a roll to the side door to make the front look attractive.
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    Get the largest you can. You never have to much room. Good luck remember it's only money
    I agree, the bigger the better. You'll be glad you did in short order. That is what I did and have never regretted it.
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    Try these folks.

    Pole Barn Kits | DIY Pole Barns

    They seem reasonable and have contractors in all areas of the country.


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    Size

    I have learned that width is as important if not more so then length gives better accessibility to items further in
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    I am not sure If they are in your area but I used Conestoga. They did us really good. As everyone else said, if you have the property go as big as your budget allows. If I had one thing to do over it was to order the unit with insulation already on the steel. At least in the area you plan on working in.
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    Now that we are serious about building one I cracked out the graph paper and scale rule and started to draw in my wish list. We want to try and put our fifth wheel RV 8x40 +slides out so call it 12x40. My dually pickup 10x25, I have a pre-fab 12x12 enclosed room for an office , Then there is the 1025r with all its toys, Not to mention wanting a loft to unload my basement and garage of seasonal stuff. Then there is my carpentry shop equipment for home improvement projects. Yeah, fun puzzle game.

    Thinking of doing a sliding door in the side for the RV to back in along the back wall of the garage. Been doing google images a lot for idea.
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    heres a few pics of my Morton, 36x56 with a 10x56 porch. 6/12 pitch on the building and 4/12 on the porch.
    still have landscaping to finish, but its getting there.


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    Morton

    Quote Originally Posted by Donnie C View Post
    heres a few pics of my Morton, 36x56 with a 10x56 porch. 6/12 pitch on the building and 4/12 on the porch.
    still have landscaping to finish, but its getting there.


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    Morton does build a nice building. I don't think I've ever heard a complaint about quality from a Morton owner. I have heard some wishes about price, but not quality so I guess it's the old story of getting it fast, getting it good, or getting it cheap. You can have any two of the three. . .

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