Post frame construction provides optimal efficiency in the design and use of interior spaces. Almost any interior finished look can be achieved using post-frame designs.
Long-span trusses create large building open areas without the need for interior load-bearing walls. Post-frame buildings may accommodate clear-spans in excess of 100 feet. This provides a large, open floor plan. With post frame – if you chose to rearrange the floor plan – you do not have to tear down interior walls that may be structurally necessary in other types of buildings.
Post frame also accommodates high sidewalls. This allows ample space for vaulted ceilings and high overhead for commercial structures, as well as auditoriums and religious or social gathering places.
"Nailers" and other means for affixing interior finishes to non-wood-framed structures are optional for post frame. Below are examples of interior designs found in post-frame buildings.