Roberts Custom Builders

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BARNS, SHED & OUTBUILDING BUILDER AIRDRIE

Crafting versatile spaces that seamlessly blend functionality and style, our building company creates customized customized outbuildings directly fitted to your needs. Contact Airdrie’s best barns, outbuildings, and shed builder to start your project.

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Outbuildings That Last a Lifetime

Welcome to Roberts Custom Builders, where functionality meets craftsmanship. Explore a diverse range of structures including classic barns exuding rustic charm and modern outdoor offices designed for productivity, all meticulously crafted with quality materials and entirely customizable to suit your unique needs and style preferences. We build garden sheds, storage sheds, backyard sheds and much more.

The Benefits of building an Outbuilding

Increased Space

Outbuildings offer increased space, creating dedicated spaces for hobbies and entertainment.

Animal Comfort

Outbuildings like barns and shelters offer a safe and comfortable environment for livestock and horses, shielding them from harsh weather conditions and providing ample space for rest and relaxation, ensuring their well-being and health.

Increase in Property Value

Adding an outbuilding such as a barn or shed can significantly enhance the value of your property, providing additional functional space that appeals to potential buyers.

Some of Our Outbuilding Services

Here are just a few of the services that we offer for outbuildings.

Barns & Pole Barns

Workshops

Greenhouses

Stables & Hay Storage

Outdoor Offices

Storage Units

Hot Tub Enclosures

YOUR OUTBUILDING PROJECT STEP BY STEP

Building an outbuilding involves several steps, including obtaining permits if required. Here’s a comprehensive list of the typical steps involved. 

Please note that some steps may not required, depending on your outbuilding project. 

Consultation and Planning

  • Determine the purpose, size, and design of the outbuilding. Consider factors such as location, materials, and budget.

Check Local Regulations

  • Research local zoning laws and building codes to ensure compliance. Determine if permits are required for the construction of the outbuilding.

Permitting and Approvals

  • If permits are required, submit the necessary applications to the local building department. This may include zoning permits, construction permits, and possibly environmental permits.

Preparation and Site Work

  • Clear the area where the outbuilding will be constructed. This may involve removing vegetation, leveling the ground, and preparing the foundation (if required).

Frame Construction

  • Construct the frame of the outbuilding using the chosen materials, such as wood, metal, or concrete.

Door, Window & Roof Installation

  • Install the walls and roof of the outbuilding. This may involve framing, sheathing, and installing roofing materials such as shingles, metal panels, or corrugated plastic.
  • Install doors, windows, and any other openings in the outbuilding. Ensure proper sealing and insulation to maintain energy efficiency and weather resistance.

Utilities and Rough-Ins

  • Install plumbing, electrical wiring, and HVAC systems according to the planned layout.
  • Conduct inspections to verify compliance with building codes and safety standards.

Exterior Finishes

  • Apply exterior siding, roofing materials, windows, and doors to weatherproof the building.
  • Ensure that exterior finishes match the existing style of the home for a cohesive appearance.

Interior Finishes

  • Install insulation, drywall, flooring, and trim work inside the building.
  • Paint or wallpaper walls, and install fixtures such as lighting, switches, and outlets.

Final Touches and Inspections

  • Complete any remaining tasks such as landscaping, driveway paving, or installing outdoor amenities.
  • Schedule final inspections to verify that the addition meets all building codes and regulations.

Project Completion and Handover

  • Review the completed addition with the contractor to ensure satisfaction with the work.
  • Obtain any necessary certificates of occupancy or completion from local authorities.
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