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Before, during, and after a 10’ addition to this pole barn from AGCOR Steel. The beauty of post frame construction is the ability to add-on or enclose later. This barn was built from AGCOR about 2 years ago and was recently extended and enclosed with AGCOR Steel and COR Building Products. #agcorsteel #agcorsteelmetalroofing #residentialbuildingproducts #agriculture #polebarn #corbuildingproducts
Wood Trusses, roofing, and siding by Agcor
Framing by COR Building Products
What colors would you use on this Cottage style house? 3br 2 bath 1530sqft living. COR Building Products
Come see us and COR Building Products at the Annual World Deer Expo in Birmingham!
Why is a post frame barndominium cheaper?
Barndo
Agcor Steel
COR Building Products

For me there are only a couple reasons that would explain the difference in standard residential construction methods and practices vs post frame vs steel frame & apples vs apples on exterior and interior finishes. With that being said, you cannot save much money on a barndo if you want it to be finished with the same type materials as you would a normal house.

The savings comes in the difference in costs on metal sheathing vs hardie, brick, etc... and what it takes from a labor and materials standpoint to get a house ready to accept those wall conditions.

The fact is that we can only compare the costs of the shells of the building ready for Sheetrock because interior framing is the same except for the costs of headers for material purposes. Labor would be the same regardless.

The other cost factor is that a structural steel er****on company has higher Workman comp rates than standard post frame and residential companies. 14-20$ per thousand compared to 32-44$ per thousand. Therefore labor rates are higher.

Site prep= same cost

Foundation

Post frame in ground= less cost= savings due to no perimeter footing. Walls are supported by pier footings on posts in ground.

Post frame on slab = Same cost perimeter footing and rebar reinforcement plus excavation labor.

Steel building= more cost. More concrete. Pier footings, perimeter footings grade beams... excavation labor.

Structural framing materials of diaphragm-

Post frame in ground=less cost than residential.. only because of no osb

Post frame on slab= less cost only because of no osb

Steel frame = more cost- must frame building twice for interior Sheetrock. Exterior steel purlins and exterior stick frame walls.

Structural Shell framing labor-

Post frame in ground= less
Post frame on slab=less
Steel frame= more

First is in the diaphragm of the building itself and the labor and time factor it takes to get an enclosed post frame building blacked in.

For example a 2400 sq ft barndo, framing should take no more than 3-4 days on avg.
Steel framing would take 5-7 days with interior build out. Average framing time to stick build that structure would take 2- weeks..

With a post frame building you also don’t have Osb or plywood sheathing.. now this isn’t always the rule... if you want hardie siding then you would. But for metal panels as a sheeting condition this is the case.

2000sq ft cost breakdown framing and sheeting...

Post frame fully insulated and sheeted with exterior interior wall build out.
2000 x $6.00sq ft= $12,000in labor

Steel frame fully insulated and sheeted with exterior interior wall build out.
2000 x $9.00 sq ft= $18,000 in labor

Stick framed with exterior lathe fully insulated and sheeted and interior wall build out
2000 x 10.00 sq ft= 20,000 in labor

Last but not least is finishing the interior. My perception is that there is no savings in the interior due to the fact that apples vs apples it costs what it costs.

Ultimately at the end of the day you can save somewhere between $10.00 to $15.00 a sq ft on this type of construction. The build process is also faster by 2-3 weeks only due to the first few phases of construction.

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02/21/2022
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02/19/2022

We are striving to be better for our Customers Every day. We aren’t there yet but it is coming. Thanks for your support

12/24/2021

So thankful for our employees who take so much pride in their work… Merry Christmas 🎄🎁

Photos from COR Building Products's post 12/03/2021

Making progress on this beautiful subdivision in Cullman, Al. We are blessed to work with some of the best builders! Framing materials and shingles provided by Cor Building Products. Wood trusses manufactured by AGCOR STEEL

11/24/2021

30x60 pole barn/shop final stages

Wow!!! Check out this garage built with lumber, plywood, and insulation from COR Building Products. Steel trusses by AGCOR Steel and construction by DNA Construction.

Photos from COR Building Products's post 11/20/2021

Posts and purlins on this newly finished pole barn in Hamilton, AL provided by COR Building Products.

Photos from COR Building Products's post 10/20/2021

Metal Roofing and Trusses provided by AGCOR STEEL
Framing provided by COR Building Products

10/15/2021

Metal and Trusses supplied by AGCOR STEEL
Framing by COR Building Products

10/01/2021

Lake house on Smith Lake with Turret Roof… call us for a design and we will connect you with this preferred builder… #buildwithcor

10/01/2021

Wedding Venue in Alpine, Al

Photos from COR Building Products's post 09/23/2021

Show Cattle Barn? Yeah, we can do that

09/09/2021
08/31/2021

Come see COR BUILDING PRODUCTS for your next BUILD…

07/02/2021

Titan shingles by TAMKO
https://player.vimeo.com/video/518182639

Photos from COR Building Products's post 06/03/2021

Lake house build for Georgia Myrex. Materials Supplied by COR Building Products. #building
#buildwithCOR #smithlakealabama #smithlake #corbuildingproducts #JELDWEN #hardieplank #agcor

05/28/2021

New Hats for COR Building Products Customers

Photos from COR Building Products's post 05/26/2021

Summer Sales Ad

03/02/2021

JELD-WEN Virtual Showroom

Can’t beat a Jeld-Wen

02/14/2021

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02/10/2021

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02/07/2021

Current lumber market prices and still there are shortages. Gonna be a new bottom with the markets as strong as they are and supply as inconsistent as it is. We may not see it level out for a while.SYP 1150 a thousand and SPF 1050 per thousand...

02/06/2021

The City of Hanceville is adding a new pavilion to C.W. Day Park

Mayor Kenneth Nail hopes to add a few more pavilions to the park in the future but currently has one new pavilion being constructed. C.W. Day Park has thousands of visitors each year and is host to multiple ball tournaments. Mayor Nail sees the value in having up-to-date facilities to continue attracting visitors. The goal is to add one new pavilion to the park each year for the next few years. The old pavilions are just that, OLD.

02/04/2021

Why is a post frame barndominium cheaper?
Barndo
Agcor Steel
COR Building Products

For me there are only a couple reasons that would explain the difference in standard residential construction methods and practices vs post frame vs steel frame & apples vs apples on exterior and interior finishes. With that being said, you cannot save much money on a barndo if you want it to be finished with the same type materials as you would a normal house.

The savings comes in the difference in costs on metal sheathing vs hardie, brick, etc... and what it takes from a labor and materials standpoint to get a house ready to accept those wall conditions.

The fact is that we can only compare the costs of the shells of the building ready for Sheetrock because interior framing is the same except for the costs of headers for material purposes. Labor would be the same regardless.

The other cost factor is that a structural steel erection company has higher Workman comp rates than standard post frame and residential companies. 14-20$ per thousand compared to 32-44$ per thousand. Therefore labor rates are higher.

Site prep= same cost

Foundation

Post frame in ground= less cost= savings due to no perimeter footing. Walls are supported by pier footings on posts in ground.

Post frame on slab = Same cost perimeter footing and rebar reinforcement plus excavation labor.

Steel building= more cost. More concrete. Pier footings, perimeter footings grade beams... excavation labor.

Structural framing materials of diaphragm-

Post frame in ground=less cost than residential.. only because of no osb

Post frame on slab= less cost only because of no osb

Steel frame = more cost- must frame building twice for interior Sheetrock. Exterior steel purlins and exterior stick frame walls.

Structural Shell framing labor-

Post frame in ground= less
Post frame on slab=less
Steel frame= more

First is in the diaphragm of the building itself and the labor and time factor it takes to get an enclosed post frame building blacked in.

For example a 2400 sq ft barndo, framing should take no more than 3-4 days on avg.
Steel framing would take 5-7 days with interior build out. Average framing time to stick build that structure would take 2- weeks..

With a post frame building you also don’t have Osb or plywood sheathing.. now this isn’t always the rule... if you want hardie siding then you would. But for metal panels as a sheeting condition this is the case.

2000sq ft cost breakdown framing and sheeting...

Post frame fully insulated and sheeted with exterior interior wall build out.
2000 x $6.00sq ft= $12,000in labor

Steel frame fully insulated and sheeted with exterior interior wall build out.
2000 x $9.00 sq ft= $18,000 in labor

Stick framed with exterior lathe fully insulated and sheeted and interior wall build out
2000 x 10.00 sq ft= 20,000 in labor

Last but not least is finishing the interior. My perception is that there is no savings in the interior due to the fact that apples vs apples it costs what it costs.

Ultimately at the end of the day you can save somewhere between $10.00 to $15.00 a sq ft on this type of construction. The build process is also faster by 2-3 weeks only due to the first few phases of construction.

Photos from COR Building Products's post 01/23/2021

Hardy soffit being installed on top of zip system osb for this one.

01/22/2021

COR building products is giving away 50-100$ gift certificates because it is buying season.

We are diversifying our inventory selection and adding 50 unique items to the stores selection.

If you can suggest an item or Vendor that we don’t carry and we decide to add that inventory item or vendor then you will receive a $100.00 gift certificate. You must be the first to mention it on this thread. As we add each item we will recognize the individual who suggested it. Let’s be unique!!!

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01/14/2021

COR BUILDING PRODUCTS Is proud to announce the acquisition of Walkers discount building supply located on 31 south between Cullman and Hanceville. Mike and Shelia walker leave a long legacy behind of running a great business as you can see by the google review ratings below. We hope to continue their great reputation. Please come by and see the guys for all your hardware and building needs. Also just so you know Mike and Reggie aren’t going anywhere but you might just see some more familiar faces if you stop by including Wayne Smith. We are hometown guys with a unique experience in store. Full consultation 3D design and estimating for all your Residential and Pole Barn/Barndo projects. We strive to sell the best products with the greatest return on your investment. Trust us to make sure you get what you pay for. We also have drive through pickup for preplaced phone orders for all of our Covid Concious customers. On-site moffit deliveries as well.

01/14/2021
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