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  • A Corvette Storage Pole Building in Canastota, NY

    Recently we completed a simple gable tie-in structure for a client in Canastota, New York. This post frame storage building was designed for personal storage, as well as a hobby shop. Most importantly, it was to include a lift for the client’s most prized possession: a Chevy Corvette. Thanks to cost-effective pole building techniques, we

  • A Post Frame Garage Project in Frederick, MD

    Recently, the Conestoga Buildings team completed a post frame garage project in Frederick, Maryland. As an accomplished post-frame builder, we’ve built a wide variety of garages in Maryland for vehicles, storage and more. Read on to learn about this particular project. The project began when our client realized she was running out of room to

  • Revitalize Your Garage Floor

    If you’ve recently (or not so recently) built or designed a garage building, you probably want a few tips on the best way to approach periodic maintenance. Or perhaps your building is long-overdue for a completely new look and you’re considering a full-scale storage building makeover. Fortunately, the ease-of-assembly that comes attendant with a pole

  • 5 Common Dangers in the Garage (And How to Handle Them)

    Here at Conestoga Buildings we’ve had to account for, plan for, mitigate and prevent a number of dangers and hazards building pole barn garages throughout the years. The design and build processes each present a number of unique challenges all their own, but there’s just as much to be mindful of when it comes to

  • Overhead Door Options for Your Garage

    Whether you’re planning to design and construct a new garage building, or update an existing structure, Conestoga Buildings can help you upgrade your residential or commercial property – from design styles and colors to composites and performance. With a foundation in a range of classic design options, your perfect overhead door is just a consultation

  • Making the Most of Limited Space

    Your garage space can get overcrowded easily. You’ve got vehicles, tools, trash cans, bins, scrap wood and lumber, paint buckets, more tools – the list goes on. It’s impressive enough that you can maneuver through the clutter at all, let alone locate that old hammer you’re sure you remember seeing on the corner shelf. You

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