Project of the Month: Residential Stud-Frame Building

by Kathy Welk

By Graber Post

Russellville, Missouri

This residential stud-frame building in Missouri is a traditional stick-frame structure using  2 x 6s.  The clean lines and consistent use of metal cladding in Charcoal and Clay, with a perfect linear porch, give this build curb appeal. The white entry and garage door complement the surrounding earth tones, and the cupola finishes off the roof with just the right touch to add personality. RB

THE DETAILS:

Building: Residential

Building Size: 40’ x 45’ x 12’ with 8’ x 25’ x8’ porch

Materials: 

Frame: 2” x 6” Studs

Wall Panels: Martin Metal G-Rib

Roof Panels: Martin Metal Charcoal and Clay G-Rib Ag Panel, 29 gauge

Fasteners: ST Fastening Systems

Trim: Martin Metal 

Doors: Plyco Corp.

Overhead Doors: C.H.I. Overhead

Windows: Quaker

Cupola: MWI Components  

For more information: www.graberpost.com

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