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Barndominiums, Shouses & Homes

“I can’t believe we live in a Pole Barn!” was a comment one of our satisfied customers jokingly made after moving into their new post-frame residential home. Once you’re inside a finished Cleary building, you won’t know the difference! Whether you call it a pole barn or post-frame construction, our post-frame residential buildings are custom designed to your specifications so that you have a house that truly feels like home.

Though they’re famously used for agricultural or storage buildings, modern pole barn builders can turn the wood post frame and durable steel siding into almost any building you need. A barndominium, sometimes called a barndo, allows you to enjoy the comfort of a residential home combined with the unique appearance of a barn. A shouse, also known as a shop-house or shome, combines a home and workshop into one.

Consisting of wood post frame construction with a lifetime warranty, Cleary Building Corp. has perfected the construction of pole barns and post-frame buildings. A Cleary Pre-Engineered Structure uses an industry-leading building process to ensure a quality structure that stands the test of time. We put the same attention to detail in new residential constructions as we do an elaborate horse barn and arena or commercial building. Cleary’s Energy Miser option keeps the home comfortable and efficient.

Start building your dream home today with Cleary Building Corp.! Contact us using our online form or give us a call at (800) 373-5550!

  • Save Money
  • Quality On-site Construction
  • Flexible Designs
  • Stronger and More Structural Integrity
  • Easy Future Expansions
  • Variety of Siding and Roofing Options
  • “Energy Efficient” – Lower Heating and Cooling Costs


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  • Where will you locate the house on the site?
  • Where will the sun rise and set?
  • What direction will face the street?
  • How will you access the site?
  • Do you prefer one story or two?
  • Will there be any exposure on the basement/lower level?
  • How do you want room layouts to be done?
  • Consider Traffic flow through the house.
  • How many bedrooms?
  • How many bathrooms do you want and what size?
  • What is the size of your family?
  • How many people will occupy the house at one time?
  • Should there be space consideration for pets?
  • What should the size of the kitchen area be?
  • Should it accommodate a table?
  • What seating space will be available?
  • What size should the pantry be for food storage?
  • Will you have a washer and dryer?
  • Will you have a fireplace or woodstove?
  • Consider the size of the living room.
  • How much furniture will you have?
  • Do you want any decks, patios, or porches? If so, how large?
  • How much garage space will you need?
  • How do you plan on using your garage?
  • What toys do you need to keep protected?

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