South Carolina

Custom pole barn kits delivered right to your door anywhere in South Carolina

Whether you’re looking for something residential, commercial, and even agricultural our kits are just what you need. Whatever your dream, Pole Barn Kits can work to fit your specifications and budget. Assisting customers like you with pole barn kits and pole barn plans is what our experienced team has been trained for! We will design your project on our software so you know EXACTLY what you are getting before it is purchased/installed. Most of our standard pole barn kits comply with South Carolina and the State of South Carolina’s minimum Standard Construction Codes for height and safety. Our in-house pole barn specialists are readily available to talk with you about compliance with codes for usage and occupancy. This will differ depending on how you intend to use your pole barn building. Start looking at the images below of pole barn kits in South Carolina to get an idea of where you would like to start. If you have any questions: 

about South Carolina

South Carolina is a southeastern U.S. state known for its shoreline of subtropical beaches and marsh like sea islands. Coastal Charleston is a historic city, defined by pastel-colored houses, Old South plantations and Fort Sumter, where the Civil War’s opening shots were fired. To the north is the Grand Strand, a roughly 60-mile stretch of beachfront known for golf courses and the vacation town Myrtle Beach. The Capital of South Carolina is Columbia and the population is 5.149 million. 

  • Elevation: 350 ft
  • Area: 32,020 mi²
  • Nicknames: The Palmetto State

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common questions asked about South Carolina

South Carolina is known for its beaches, golf courses, and historic districts. It ranks 40th in size and the 23rd in population. Its most influential cities are Charleston, Myrtle Beach, Columbia, Greenville, Spartanburg and Florence.

  1. South Carolina Produces More Peaches than Georgia.
  2. Charleston Is Home to One of the Oldest Trees in the Country.
  3. Barbecue Was Born in South Carolina.
  4. The Legend of the Lizard Man.
  5. The First to Secede.
  6. South Carolina Has a Monkey Colony.
  7. Edgar Allen Poe Was Stationed at Fort Moultrie.

South Carolina designated the peach as official state fruit in 1984. South Carolina ranks second in fresh peach production in the United States (California is first). South Carolina grows over thirty varieties of peaches; they have been grown commercially in South Carolina since the 1860’s.

Shrimp & Grits

Undoubtedly one of South Carolina’s most iconic dishes, shrimp and grits, once a budget-friendly Lowcountry staple, has become a menu darling across the state. Starting with sweet, wild-caught South Carolina shrimp, chefs spin the recipe in countless ways.

Here are 10 celebrities were either born and raised SC or decided to move here: Darius Rucker, Candice Glover, John Mellencamp, James Brown, Chris Rock, Bill Murray, Joe Frazier & Thomas Gibson.

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