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Today's barns can serve many functions at White Horse Construction

WHITE HORSE CONSTRUCTION advises buyers to decide for whom are they building.

White Horse bank barnsIt is said that “form follows function” creates extraordinary architecture, but when it comes to today’s barns there is far more than meets the eye.

Beyond the rectangular boxes of four walls and a roof lies history and imagination.

Although we sometimes view barns according to their function; i.e. housing livestock, cattle and horses, equipment, fodder, and often grain, there is far more that goes into a good barn.

White Horse interiorToday’s barns can serve many more functions than those mentioned, as they are used for residences, social gatherings, sporting events, wedding venues, restaurants, etc.

The barns we see today, that have lasted two centuries or more, are ones that were built well, leaving their counterparts literally in the dust, they are no longer around to compare.

We are not much different from our ancestors of 200 plus years ago; we can choose to build a barn to last for our lifetime only or for generations to come.

White Horse garagesSimeon Stoltzfus of White Horse Construction say it this way; “When deciding on the design and method used to build a new Barn of today, decide who you are building for; will your barn be a structure for the future to be handed down to subsequent generations, an investment adding to your estate and legacy, a time capsule for the future?”

When imagining your next Barn, choose value over expediency, legacy over economy, and integrity and honesty over the ordinary.

For maore information about Wite Horse Construction, call 610-593-5559.

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