It wouldn't take much effort to build it past code if you did it in the construction stage, meeting foundation requirements would be the real key to it all. I knew a couple that did that, plus there are quite a few machine sheds with living quarters in them too. Originally Posted By Sgt911: OK, when I mean pole barn, I mean 6x6 treated poles sunk in the ground and then framed up. In Texas, no problem. In Michigan you'll need a lot of inulation and a big heater to keep the pipes and the occupants from freezing up in the winter.
One of the pole structure builders here in PA had advertized pole type houses in recent years.
Originally Posted By ChickenDaddy: My buddy at work built one and lives in it with his family.
Over 20 years ago, my family built a pole barn, floored, wired, walled, and windowed one side as a MIL apartment. Metal building closeouts - surplus building inventory, Metal building closeouts and discontinued metal building inventory.


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How would a pole barn need any more insulation than a stick build structure? A stick structure has insulation in the design whereas the pole barns generally don't.
There's a learning curve initially. Actually, the very first one we did a couple decades ago and still have, we used wood framing but that's the only one. Then the remaining is two bay doors and a wide open shop that he parks the RV in and all their toys in. There are electric heaters which wrap around the pipes like blankets which are common in trailer parks up north.
There are electric heaters which wrap around the pipes like blankets which are common in trailer parks up north. Nope you are right when you set girts on the outside of the posts its tough to insulate that's why I suggested going with "commercial girts".


There are electric heaters which wrap around the pipes like blankets which are common in trailer parks up north. It does have a thin layer.
If you look at the second picture youa€™ll see what I mean. I've worked for a pole barn contractor.
If you know up front that you are going to have living space then a "commercial girt" is a way better system than what you showed in your pictures.
Depending on how high you go you may need to bump up to 8x8 posts but that would vary by region and building code as well.
The pole barns around here that were intended to be turned into houses all use commercial girts and I've never heard of one having problems with cold or freezing pipes. This link probably explains commercial girts better than I can.



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