Post-frame construction makes use of a unique combination of sturdy posts and heavy-duty roof trusses, which are directly connected. This construction method, combined with the steel panel roofs and siding that most post-frame buildings use, makes for an exceptionally strong building. Most post frame buildings last anywhere between 40-60 years and longer. Great for storing large equipment and or anything that requires large space. In general, post-frame construction is a faster building option. It requires fewer materials, less labor, and minimal excavation, which all add up to a considerably faster build time. Since most post-frame buildings make use of metal paneled roofing and siding, this also adds to the speed of the build.