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Flexible Interior Options of Post-Frame Design

Flexible Interior Options of Post-Frame Design

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When you think of post frame and design flexibility, your first thoughts may be of exterior characteristics. After all, when it comes to the many benefits of post-frame construction, buildings’ exteriors are often noted for their many interchangeable facades. But just as the exteriors of a post-frame structure are completely adaptable and flexible, the interiors are equally versatile. Post-frame construction can truly optimize the design, use, and look of interior spaces.
Because of the inherent flexibility in post frame, virtually any interior plan can be achieved. Interior design is an important factor in both the utility and the enjoyment of a building. Tenants and guests want a space that functions efficiently, but is also aesthetically pleasing. In fact, the number of options available in post-frame interiors can be an eye-opening surprise for many.
Beautiful, Bountiful Benefits 
The utilization of long-span trusses eliminates the need for load-bearing walls, making post-frame building interiors spacious and free-flowing living areas. The clear spans allow open spaces that can stretch as wide as 100 feet or more. However, width isn’t the only benefit. High sidewalls allow for substantial vertical space, ideal for vaulted ceilings and skylights. It all adds up to large, airy rooms with open, modern appeal, thanks to their generous height and width.
The abundance of usable interior square footage means a sizable amount can be allocated for storage needs. Having ample storage and closet space is important and necessary in a functional building, and today’s post-frame construction offers plenty.
The long stretches of open area afforded by post-frame interiors also allow for larger window spaces. This takes advantage of daylight, which can decrease electric bills and offers true, natural light that highlights interior décor.
Classic Construction Never Goes Out of Style
While post-frame construction is not a new building style, it is enjoying renewed interest thanks to its benefits and beauty. And the interior design flexibility post-frame buildings offer is another reason this architectural style is growing in popularity.
For more information about post-frame construction and to see an extensive photo gallery of wide-ranging types of buildings constructed in the post frame building style, visit


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