Pole buildings are an ideal option for anyone who wants the ability to customize their new space to their precise needs.
From overall building styles to a wide range of accessories, there’s practically no limit to the ways that you can personalize your pole building, and a bump out is one option that’s both stylish and functional.
If you’re looking for a way to set your pole building apart or to add a little extra space, read on to learn if a bump out is right for you.
What Exactly Is A Bump Out?
A bump out is essentially just a design choice that makes one end of the building longer than the other.
Exactly as the name implies, a portion of the end wall will “bump out” from the rest, creating a bit of variation in the surface of the pole building.
What Is The Point of A Bump Out?
There are two main reasons you might consider a bump out for your pole building: you want to give your building a unique design, or you want a little extra space in one portion of the building.
A bump out can add visual depth and appeal to the overall design of a building.
Rather than simply opting for a flat end wall at the front of your pole building, you can give it an immediate boost in aesthetic appeal by including a bump out, without changing anything else.
Beyond just looking great, a bump out can also serve a functional purpose. The owner of the pictured pole barn wanted to include a horse stall that was 4’ longer than the rest.
In order to accommodate the extra space, a bump out was necessary. As a result, there was additional room inside the building for a larger stall, and the pole barn also took on an even more unique look.
Planning The Pole Building of Your Dreams
Whether you’re more design-focused or practical, there’s a good chance that a bump out could be the perfect addition to your pole building for a simple yet impactful boost.
Whatever you’re envisioning for your new pole building, it’s important that you have an experienced team supporting you along the way. For help choosing the right style and accessories for your building, contact us to get started on the planning process!