What can you do with a Spane Building? More than you ever dreamed!
Spane Buildings recently completed this reroof for the Coast Guard Station in Bellingham, WA.
The materials for the roof were manufactured by Nu-Ray Metals. The roof features an 18 inch, 24 gauge panel, with a special Kynar coastal guard paint, that will hold up to the roughest weather, and maintain it’s great look for years to come.
Back in August we shared a video of a Spane Buildings reroof on Camano Island. It was a residential reroof, using PABCO Paramount Advantage Laminated Shingles. I took another trip out there this week to see how the roof was holding up after the first few rain storms of the season. When I saw how well the roof was holding up, I was astounded. Check it out:
Even though there was some debris from surrounding trees, the new PABCO roof was as good as new.
We recently finished this beautiful re-roof for Margo in Woodinville, WA. Margo was so pleased with her experience with Spane Buildings, she wrote the following:
A good contractor has competent employees. A great contractor has competent employees who practice their craft at a level above and beyond those who are merely good. These are the employees who show commitment to the job. Jim Spane is a great contractor.
We recently finished this custom motorcycle garage for Mike on Whidbey Island! Completely customized to what Mike was looking for, we are really proud of this one!
Mike said it was always his dream to have a motorcycle shop and a wood shop together. Now he has it.
What does your dream workshop look like? Does it have a full living space including an entertainment room, an office, a kitchen, custom kids play areas, and bedrooms? How about a full movie theater? How about an elevator? Most of you probably didn’t think such things were possible! I know I didn’t! At least until I visited “The Barn” on Orcas Island.
Last week I took a trip out to Orcas Island with Jim Spane, to look at this beautiful shop built by Spane Buildings. The purpose of our trip was to get some video of the building, and to visit with the owner Bill Wulff. When we first got out there, I was blown away by the property. The Barn is set down in a large clearing. It was completely surrounded by trees, and at first glance, it looked more like a kids’ dream play area than a man cave.