We are excited to share this invitation to our Exclusive New Home Tour.
December 15th, 2018, 11:00am – 3:00pm
48126 Coal Trail
Stop by, enjoy some refreshments and find out more about building a Custom Post Frame Home. It’s a great option for anyone planning a new home on their rural acreage property. Post Frame Homes take advantage of modern building design and post structure construction to deliver a cost effective, versatile, durable, and sustainable home without sacrificing quality or features.
At this exclusive new home tour you will see one of our completed custom Remuda homes, ready for the new owners to enjoyand build lasting memories in for decades to come. The custom bungalow will wow you the moment you walk through the door. The front foyer with our standard 9’ ceilings ushers you into a beautiful open concept great room lit up by expansive vaulted windows. The lavish kitchen and functional dining room are sure to leave an impression. In this layout you will see an spacious master suite with a 4-piece ensuite washroom and walk-in closet. The home also boasts 2 spacious additional bedrooms, an office, mudroom and so much more.
Stop by December 15th, 2018, 11:00am – 3:00pm and see the limitless options when building a post frame home.
Remuda Building is proud to offer Post Frame Homes. The building industry is constantly growing and evolving, and we’re staying ahead of the curve.For more information about your next acreage home go to Residential Buildings.
Post frame homes are a great option for anyone planning a new home on their rural or acreage property. Almost any design and look, both inside and out, can be achieved with versatility of post frame construction.
Post frame homes take advantage of modern building design and post structure construction to deliver versatile, durable and sustainable homes in a cost-effective manner, without sacrificing quality, features or structural integrity.
For more information about Remuda’s Alberta Post Frame Homes contact us today at 403-651-4304!
To view more of our post-frame building projects in Alberta visit our galleries.
We are now offering Perma-Columns as an option to your post frame building!
Perma-Columns are a precast concrete column that keep the wood out of the ground, ensuring the best foundation for your building. Perma-Columns act as an extension of the wood post so that only material that comes in contact with the soil is concrete. This eliminates the chance of rot.
Perma-Columns are the first product to combine the economy of post frame construction with the durability of a concrete foundation.
We have so many pole frame building construction options! We are not going to build you into a box. From porches, to interior mezzanines and framing, to concrete and eavestroughing, to grade guard to perma-column, we will do whatever it takes to make your post frame building process manageable. We know everyone has a different style, tastes, and needs, so why should you have to build within set parameters? We work with you to make your custom visions a reality.
What works best for my building? There is a ton of options for large entry doors, and sometimes it tough to decide what works best for different applications. Well we have tried to simplify it somewhat with a quick breakdown of the pros and cons of overhead, slider, and bi-fold doors.
Works great for all buildings types; Farm Shops, Barns, Oil & Gas Buildings, Farm Storage, Acreage Shops & Riding Arenas
Available in widths ranging from 6’ to more than 24’ wide
Remote control or chain hoist option
Glass panel option lets a ton of natural light into the building
Best for Farm Shop, Farm Storage, Aircraft Hangars
Doors can span up to 90’ & full height access to the building
Can also be insulated & provide a great seal
Remote control options
Requires access to power
Best for Barns, Riding Arenas and Cold Storage Buildings
Jon Schouten has worked with Remuda for almost 2 years now so we decided it’s time for everyone to get to know him a little better. After tying him to his office chair, we finally had a chance for him to answer some questions.
My hometown is…
I was born in Surrey B.C. but later moved to Yarrow B.C. for a few years before landing in Calgary, AB. Alberta has been my home for almost 20 years.
I went to BCIT for my first 2 years of electrical school and then competed my 3rd, 4th and Masters level at SAIT in Calgary along with a number of different courses in Sales, Marketing and Management.
I started working at 4 Star Electric and was there for 17 years, working my way up from apprentice electrician to site foreman, service manager and finally company trainer.
I love working at Remuda because…
We really do have a great all around team – from management to the crew members in the field! Many of our customers have said this as well which makes my job a lot easier and the customers experience more enjoyable. I enjoy helping a client put together the plans for their building, working on a solution that will work for them. I want all customers to be completely satisfied with their buildings.
People would say…
I’m knowledgeable, efficient and seek to serve the customer well. My kids and wife would probably say I’m a bit of a perfectionist but I like to see things done properly and right the first time.
When I’m not working, I’m probably
Hanging out with my beautiful wife and 3 kids. We enjoy getting out to the mountains on my quad, camping, going to church and spending time with friends.
– Jon Schouten, Sales Representative
Whether you work with horses for a living or just love to get out and ride anytime of the year, an indoor horse riding arena is a fantastic addition to any property. Indoor riding arenas protect you from blowing snow in the winter or pouring rain in the spring. No longer would you have to think about the forecast before planning a riding session. Riding arena construction is not something to be taken lightly, it is a substantial investment and should be considered carefully. Remuda Building has the ability to take you through the process with countless options, great value, and superior construction.
Leasing equipment, vehicles, and trailers is something that happens often in today’s world and can make a lot of financial sense, especially in a business environment.
What a lot of people don’t know is that leasing options for the agricultural community extends to buildings as well. Most people don’t realize that leasing a new barn, shop or storage building is just as easy as financing and while interest rates may be slightly higher than regular loans, a couple key benefits may make leasing the right option for you!
Quick and painless: Rates are based on your credit rating and the approval process tends to be faster than that of a bank.
The entire cost of the building could be tax deductible: Rather than just the interest portion of a purchase payment, the entire yearly cost of the building could be written off against your income.
Save your cash: No traditional down payments help preserve your cash reserves and frees up space on your Operating Loans or Line of Credit for other farm expenses.
Our sales team can point you towards a leasing company that can fit your needs, and support you through the buying process. Call us today to make your building dreams a reality.
There is nothing more picturesque than a well-established farm site with the original hip roof barn standing tall. These old barns are a distinct part of our history and come with a host of good memories. With that in mind it can be difficult to part with a barn when repairs and maintenance are no longer feasible.
When it’s time for a new farm building it’s great to know that there are options for preserving that distinct barn feel. One of our recent customers decided a gambrel truss on a new 40’ x 60’ barn was a great way to keep the traditional look but last for the future generations of his growing family. An overhang flare and a widows peak were added to the roof system and the vaulted truss system allowed for overhead doors that would still fit the tractor. The 4’ x 8’ sliding doors give quick access to move cattle in and out. Overall this barn was a great mix of form and functionality.