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Craftsman Style Pole Barn "Man Cave"
Specifications

Stan Whitaker
32' x 58' x 10'
9100 East ML Ave
Galesburg, MI
Built August 2012

Craftsman Style Pole Barn

Craftsman Style Pole Barn "Man Cave" Specifications

  • 32'wide x 58'long x 10' ceiling height
  • 32' 6/12 Hip Roof Truss System
  • 6 @ 10'wide x 8'high Carriage Style Overhead Doors by Overhead Door of Kalamazoo
  • 2 @ 3068 9 Lite Steel Entry Doors with lock & deadbolt
  • Vinyl Siding Package with 1/2" OSB Wall Sheeting, House Wrap, Azek PVC 3/4" Build-Out Overhead Door Trim & Entry Door Trim. D/4 Vinyl
    Siding & Trim
  • 24" Boxed Overhangs with 6" Aluminum Fascia, CenterVent Vinyl Soffit
  • 12 Recessed Can Light Fixtures in the Boxed Overhangs
  • Shingled Roof with Ice & Water Shield, 15# Roof Felt, Certainteed 30yr Landmark Shingles "Burnt Sienna" and Ridgemaster Ridge Vent
  • Concrete Flatwork with 4" thick floor , aprons and 20'x 34' storage slab
  • Complete Excavation Service including Graveling & Regrading Front Parking Area, and building new Gravel Driveway to Rear 44'wide x 100'Iong Rear Parking Area
  • Interior Finish, Cabinetry, Drywall, Paint, Trim, Insulation, Electrical Service and wiring, Plumbing and HVAC Sub-Contractor Management

 

 

Man Cave

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from another Satisfied Jarvis Builders Customer
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Jarvis Builders Shop Drawings & Plans
Shop Drawings Shop Drawings
Shop Drawings Shop Drawings

 

Man Cave Interior Finish and Electrical Plans
Electrical Shop Drawings
Electrical Shop Drawings

Man Cave Interior Finish and Electrical Specifications

  • Interior Frame Outside walls 2x4 Interior Girters @ 24" o.c. Int. Walls 2x4 stud 16"o.c. Typical. Bath Ceiling @ 8' with a 24" chase above to run plumbing & ducts
  • Insulation 2" Foam Concrete Slab @ the outside wall, Thermal Break @ Overhead Door Openings. Wall Insulation R-19 Batts, Eve Baffles, Ceiling R-40 Blown Cellulose
  • Wall Finish 5/8" Type X Drywall with Light Stomp Texture and Semi-Gloss Paint
  • Ceiling Finish Fabral GR-3 Steel Galvalume Zip Screwed to Trusses, J Channel
  • Overhead Door Openings Azek PVC Jambs & Headers
  • Cabinetry, Counters, Appliances, and Crown Mold Installed
  • Oak Eased Edge Base & Casing Stained and Stain Finished
  • 100 amp Electric Service, 20 amp receptacles, T-8 Fluorescent Wrap Fixtures, Ceiling Fan/Light, Bath Lighting, Heat Lamp, Exhaust Fan/Light, Sewage Ejector Wiring, Furnace Wiring
  • Direct TV Conduit and Coax from the main Home with integrated Wall Station for a wall mounted TV

 

We Provide Shop Drawings & Plans with our Estimates to give our
Customers a Clear Idea of what we Propose to Build for them


Roof Truss Packages are Custom Made for every Pole Barn we Build. This is the general Truss Plan for Stan's Man Cave. Each Truss is Labeled and has a specific location. When the Building is Square and True they turn out like Stan's.

trusses whitaker

 

Rear Sidewall with two 10' x 8' Overhead Doors provide Drive-Thru Ability
44'wide x 100'long Gravel Parking Area, Concrete Storage Slab
Electrical Shop Drawings
Electrical Shop Drawings

 

The Interior Finish in the Man Cave is Underway
Man Cave Man Cave Man Cave

Center Partition Wall separates the Man Cave "Warm" side from the Cold Storage side. The Concrete Floor
was poured in 2 sections with a Foam Thermal Break under the wall to prevent heat loss to the cold side.

 

Man Cave
Man Cave
Man Cave

Concrete Joint from the Floor to the Apron
Notice the Apron "Steps Into the Floor" we do this so the Overhead Door sits on the Apron not the Floor. Water of Snow would
have to go under the door then climb the 3/4" lip to get onto the floor. We pour the floor first. Then 1/2" rebar dowels
are drilled into the floor. The dowels tie the Apron to the Floor to prevent "Heaving"
floor floor

Azek PVC lx6 separates the Warm Floor from the Cold Apron as a Thermal Break to keep the heat
from flowing through the concrete to the outside. I have never seen this done by another Builder.
We don't use the old fashioned expansion joint material as it eventually rots and leaves a gap.

Stan Whitaker with a Cold Drink in the Man Cave
Man Cave Man Cave
Man Cave Man Cave

Man Cave Bath Man Cave Bath

 

 

 

Electrical Service by Jarvis Builders
The Service was recessed into the wall and
finished with a face framed set of Cabinet
Doors to match the Kitchen.

Electrical Panel
Electrical Panel Electrical Panel