Whether you need a new garage attached a custom home, or you are in need of a building for your hobby, Foltz Buildings, Inc. has the perfect building options for you.
From airplane hangars to bus garages and industrial buildings, our buildings are designed to surpass the maximum snow and wind requirements of the upper Midwest.
You only want quality materials to safeguard your animals, equipment, and seeds. We construct buildings with engineered design to create the perfect building for you.
We recognize that owning horses is a grand experience, and you wish to create a safe and cozy climate for your horses. Our horse barns are solid, charming, and created to last.
“We are very pleased with the building. The crew did an excellent job. They were very professional in their work. They did an excellent job in construction and had an exceptionally well organized and clean job site. They are to be highly commended. We will recommend your company to any that we can. Thank you very much.”
“Your crew is unbelievably efficient. It seems every move they make you can see the job progressing. This is not the case in many crews. They were personable, kind and very knowledgeable. They serve your company well. I’ll highly recommend a Foltz Building and their crew to anyone. Thank you.”
“I put up a 60′ X 68′ Foltz insulated farm shop. The way Foltz insulates and lines their buildings make them very easy to heat and maintain. I strongly recommend a Foltz Super insulated building to anyone thinking of building.”
“We are very satisfied with our Foltz Building. Excellent quality materials, service and workmanship. Dan and his crew did a super job. We already have and will continue to recommend Foltz to others who are considering a building.”
“I was pleased with the entire process of working with Foltz Buildings – planning, design, materials and construction. This is a building that is well constructed & functional. Thanks for doing a quality job. The crew was well organized and worked hard. I would not hesitate to put up another Foltz Building.”