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Old 07-12-2010, 11:02 PM   #1
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Any ideas on how to finish the interior walls of a pole building?

Drywall is cheap enough, but rather have something durable.
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Old 07-12-2010, 11:17 PM   #2
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I used 7/16 OSB .. Sealed with KILZ and then painted..
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Old 07-12-2010, 11:18 PM   #3
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I used 7/16 OSB. I got when it was cheep and it worked well for what you have to work with in a pole barn. It sucks there is really no good way to finish a pole barn with out spending more than if you just built it the right way the first time.
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Its going to be a 40' x 60' x 12' so stick built would be out of the question/ budget - I was looking at hanging RBoard insulation at first (I know its not allowed by code) then later covering with the thin FRP paneling - but that shit is up there in cost (~$70/ 4x12 panel)
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Old 07-12-2010, 11:29 PM   #5
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we used particle board on the walls and ceiling and covered it with a few heavy coats of paint
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I've done a bunch of garages / pole buildings 4' up with 5/8 osb, then the rest of the way up with 5/8 sheetrock. Saves on cost but keeps the most vulnerable area durable. Also have done osb 8' up on any walls that will have shelves, racks. workbenches ETC. I'll see if I can dig up some pics.
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You might want to consider putting a treated board around the bottom no matter what you use.
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Old 07-12-2010, 11:52 PM   #8
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WHITE metal just like the exterior. Walls and ceiling, over insulation of course.
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Around here where they sell metal you can get what they call flip sheet's . It's the first ten feet off of a coil. They are $10.00 dollar's a sheet here, but they are only ten foot long so you would have to do half and half like grey on bottom white on top with red j channel in the middle would look good. Just a thought !
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I waited around for a deal on Craigslist for plywood at a good price. It finally came around and I saved about 1,300$ on 100 sheets of 1/4" plywood
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I did mine witty osb. On the future I an going to put like 3 or 4 foot of metal at the bottom of the wall to keep the weld splatter away from the wood
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If you figure a stick built vs a pole building cost wise- finished inside/out...there is no difference what so ever, and alot more headache associated with erected, furring out the pole barn to finish off. The ONLY time a pole barn comes out ahead is for bare bones cold storage with tin only on the exterior. Been bidding/building them for decades.

Typically we'll just get "blem" metal for the interiors of pole barns. It's a thinner guage interior metal to begin with, but they supposedly have paint blems or a dent here or there, but in 20 yrs of doing them, have'nt ever found a panel that was "bad" LOL!! go figure
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If you figure a stick built vs a pole building cost wise- finished inside/out...there is no difference what so ever, and alot more headache associated with erected, furring out the pole barn to finish off. The ONLY time a pole barn comes out ahead is for bare bones cold storage with tin only on the exterior. Been bidding/building them for decades.

Typically we'll just get "blem" metal for the interiors of pole barns. It's a thinner guage interior metal to begin with, but they supposedly have paint blems or a dent here or there, but in 20 yrs of doing them, have'nt ever found a panel that was "bad" LOL!! go figure
Are we talking stick built with siding and shingled roof verse Pole barn with metal?
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A mix of both





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Default Re: Finishing Interior of Pole Building

^^^^^ I would think stick built would be the way to go also. but you could always come back and frame walls between the post.
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