We will travel up to an hour and half from Republic, MO. We do not service any part of Arkansas because of the state contractor license requirement. We do service the N.E. edge of Oklahoma and S.E. edge Kansas.
80% of our work is in the Greene county and Christian county area, I'm very familiar with there codes.
We have been in business since 2014, I personally have been building post-frame buildings for 11 years, about 250-300 buildings in 11 years
We use laminated columns, Post-Protector on columns, 2x8 treated base board, 2x6 wall girts 2'oc, Double 2x12 ledgers, trusses 4' or 5' on center, 2x4 roof purlins 2'oc, and lots of bracing.
This is very import part of any structure but so many companies locally skip it to cut cost. What we do to prevent our building from settling ever is after we dig our holes 18" round, then tamp them very hard with a metal tamper and we place a pre-made concrete footing that is 4" thick and 16" round. Once this is in place when then can set the columns.
Every Greenhaw building comes standard with up lift protection, we want to make sure you building can stand up very high winds. Our up lift protection consist of a piece of 1/2" rebar thru the bottom of the columns with 2 bags of concrete poured around it for ultimate holding power.
When I build anything, I want it to be strong and last. Post-Protectors gives me the peace of mind that my laminated columns will last for ever being buried into the ground. Post-Protectors are a composite sleeve that slides over the columns to protect it from soil, water and fungus contact. Eliminating these the columns will last for hundreds of years.
Yes our trusses are manufacture at a truss plant, this insures you are getting a truss that is designed to your specific building. Trusses come standard with a 25lb snow load and 105mph wind load.
We only offer 2 types of insulation,
First one is our 3" vinyl backed fiberglass insulation R-10, I do not offer double bubble or any other cheap useless insulation. In my option if a customers wants a insulated building it should be insulated, not with some bubble insulation.
Second one is spray foam, how ever when I use spray foam on my buildings, I first put down house wrap between the metal so the foam never touches the metal. This will ensure we don't effect the warranty of the metal and if ever need to you can change a sheet of metal.
House wrap: House wrap is not an insulation but we do over it to our customers if they do plan on one day spray foaming, Batt insulating, or just building a Barndominium. All Barndominium's and Shouse's need to have a house wrap to stop moisture and help with wind/air.
We can pour 4" or 6" slabs, Monolithic, footings and 8" concrete stem walls. Our concrete slabs are 4,000 psi with 2'oc rebar 1/2", Micro fiber for added strength and gravel/base rock for drainage. All slabs have a 6ml vapor barrier to help with the moisture coming from the ground into the concrete and causing condensation. If we are pouring a monolithic or footing slab our footing are over the 18" frost line for southern Missouri to prevent heaving or concrete moving (This is standard for stud-frame construction).
Yes we do offer ground work/prep but if you wish to take care of this your self pad needs to be within a couple inch's of level for me and concrete. If we were to responsible for the ground prep for the new building we like to have it done way before we start the building process 3 months would be preferred. Now how we prep our pad is first remove the grass and 4" of topsoil, we set all this in one big pile then when were done with the building/project we spread it all around the building as a finish grading. After we remove the top layer we start bringing in fill dirt or some cases base rock. As we bring in fill were going to do it in layers and compact it with the skid steer and plate compactor until we reach the desired height. If we are lifting the pad up a few feet our sides will have a 3 to 1 ratio slope, so for every foot up, slope needs to start 3' out, this is for code Greene/Christian County. Also for code Greene/Christian County any fill needs to have a compaction test done to insure it will handle the concrete and building. I like to have the pads set as long as possible before we start so the natural weather/rain will help compact the pad as well.
We don't require anything at all if you want us to take care of everything from start to finish. Now you are more than welcome to do as much as you would like to handle before we start the project like getting ground grade level with in a cupule of inch's and permits.
I handle getting all permits for any county that requires one prior to starting a project.