A recent client in West Central, Indiana desired to build a home inexpensively and chose the option of building a post frame structure for their home, but the building supplier did not have the ability to show them how the interior of the structure could be finished. Thus they came to us.
Post structure exterior
Post structure framing view
First floor dollhouse
The owners had done much research and planning, but still needed some help and advice on code, layout, and window/door arrangement. After two meetings with us, the owners approved the layout, and we immediately began creating the construction documentation for their home.
This is the sketchfab model we shared with them after our initial online design presentation.
If post frame construction is a possibility for your future, contact us
to see how we can help you, too, understand your project before you build it.
Master Suite addition, exterior
Over the years, we've had the pleasure of working with hundreds of clients with dozens of contractors. The sad projects are the ones that we've been asked to rescue: those projects where the original architect/designer messed things up so horribly, that the owner fired them, and hired us. These are sad because it could have been so much better the first time around.
The main complaint with these projects, and any project we've seen that goes awry, is a huge lack of communication.