What is a Hoover Building?
Hoover buildings are wood frame buildings, also known as pole or post frame buildings, that use square pressure treated posts as the primary structural members. These posts replace foundations of traditional structures and bear the weight of the building. Post frame buildings use wooden trusses to support roof loads. The post frame buildings are then covered with high tensile steel roof and siding. Post frame buildings are economical, flexible, durable, long-lasting, and attractive in appearance.
Hoover Buildings has been erecting countless post frame buildings since 1972 in various applications which include backyard buildings, garages, horse barns, airplane hangars, shelters, fire stations, restaurants, church buildings, office, RV and camper storage, boat storage, mini warehouses, workshops, agricultural buildings, and an endless variety of other applications.