Carleton Farms has been a part of Snohomish County for 50 years. While the owners have remained the same, their vision has changed over the years. Originally a cow farm, Father and Son owners Reid and Darren Carleton have transformed their farm into the premier special event venue in Snohomish County.
For nearly 75 years, Spane Buildings has led the way in Post Frame Buildings in the Pacific Northwest, creating custom designs and making our customer’s dreams a reality to share with their friends and loved ones.
Rod Kirkwood needed a safe place to store all of his toys. His wife also wanted to add an apartment to accommodate more guests, and have their extended family come stay with them to enjoy the long nights of summer on the water. Kirkwood chose Spane Buildings to customize his dream workshop and residential add-on, and he couldn’t be happier with the end result. Listen to him tell you about his experience working with Spane Buildings. Want to get your building project started? Call us today for a free estimate: 1-800-310-2136.
Kirkwood’s Building Specs:
1,280 square foot Toy Storage (first floor) 40’ W x 32’ H area
Overhead doors = (2) 10’ W x 12’ H and (1) 12’ W x 14’ H
448 square foot Apartment (second floor) with cedar stairs, railings, and view deck
Siding = Cedar shingles
Cedar batts and decorative corbels (knee braces)
Composite roofing with custom roof cupola
Stanwood Self Storage, LLC was started in 1991 by Stan & Yvonne Starkenburg. 24 years later it is still run by the same family. Stanwood Self Storage asked Spane Buildings to build them a custom post frame office building. What did Spane Buildings do? They built this beautiful custom post frame commercial building that needs to be seen to be believed!
What can you do with a Spane Building? More than you ever dreamed!
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.