Your friends and family will be amazed by your new post and beam barn.
Your friends, family, and neighbors will come out in droves when they hear you are having a good old fashioned barn raisin’.
You will have peace of mind knowing your barn is built to stand the test of time.
Timber framed buildings have been around for centuries. Since the time of the Vikings timber framing has been the first choice when building a structure that lasts. Throughout Europe you will find barns and buildings using this type of framing that have been around for generations. America is no exception. Take a short drive in the country and your bound to find more than one old timber frame barn.
You will be rewarded with a higher net worth because you have built a barn with real value.
Appraisers are impressed by true quality. They will give more value to a well built post and beam barn than they will to a cheap pole barn. Your barn or barn home will be a space you can really live in. You will know that....
You didn’t compromise.
You got exactly what you wanted.
You didn’t settle for a cookie cutter barn.
Your horses and livestock will thank you for a healthy barn.
Happy horses make happy owners!
No rotten wood for you. You have chosen a barn design that doesn’t allow any wood to touch the ground.
No worries about the weather. Your barn is built with heavy steel plates holding the posts and beams together. Your barn is there to stay.
Imagine all the things you can do with that huge cathedral ceiling and all that loft space.
You have peace of mind knowing that every piece of material in your barn was made in the USA.
Every beam and post was cut right here in the good ole’ USA.
Every steel plate was made by a small US company who pays a fair wage. Not in some overseas sweat shop by some poor overworked, underpaid, and under appreciated worker.
When you are all done you will have a great traditional barn. From a company with traditional values.
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Post and beam barn kits
Feb 20, 18 07:38 AM
We have an 1800's hand hewn timber frame barn ready for salvage/reclamation in Lucerne, IN 46950. Barn is approximately 75x50 with two hay lofts. Lots
Feb 19, 18 09:16 AM
This early 1850’s frame measures 45’x80’. The bent layout is 24’-16’-16’-24’. Large handhewn timbers thru out. Exterior upright are a full size 10”x11”
Feb 19, 18 09:12 AM
This massive barn frame measures a full 46’ wide by 100’ in length. This is an original build (no additions). The bent lay out is 24’-16’-16’-18’-12’-14’.
Feb 19, 18 09:10 AM
This late 1850’s all handhewn barn frame measures 30’x50’. The bent layout is 20’-15’-15’. The frame has nice fullsize 10”x10” handhewn beams. It also
Feb 19, 18 09:09 AM
This barn built in the early 1840’s measures 40’x60’. All the timbers in this barn are a fullsize 12”x12”. On one end is a double stack beam with the lower
Feb 15, 18 02:37 PM
Looking at the pictures on your website it seems most of the new barns are using board & batten siding. Looking at the old barns it looks like just vertical
Feb 15, 18 02:30 PM
I can't find 6x6 full dimension lumber here? Are post anchor brackets available in 5.5'' (finished 6x6)? If so, what is the price? Thanks, Mark
Feb 15, 18 02:18 PM
We have a 100 year old barn on our property that we would like to renovate for our daughters wedding. In total it is a 70' x 75' barn structure. The
Feb 12, 18 02:43 PM
We are looking for someone to disassemble and take-away our circa mid 1800's Dutch Barn located 5 miles outside of historic Cooperstown, NY. SIZE This
Feb 09, 18 10:06 AM
We have an antique barn in Earl Park, IN 47942 that needs to be removed. Size is approximately 38x56. The barn is in very nice condition and has a lot
Feb 08, 18 10:16 AM
We have a Civil War Era (mid-1800's) log barn, with hand hewn log beams, that needs to be removed from farm land in Danville, Indiana 46122. Main barn
Feb 08, 18 10:08 AM
We have an old barn in Haviland, Ohio 45851 that needs to be removed (about 45 minutes from Ft Wayne, Indiana). We are seeking a barn salvage crew who
Feb 02, 18 09:31 AM
I am interested in a 44x72 Horse barn style like your 40x50. I want to add 10 ft covered lean to's on either side making it a 64x72. All open inside
Feb 02, 18 08:41 AM
I have a 28'x60' barn with original portion built in the late 1700's and an addition to the south from the early 1800s. We own a historic home that belonged
Jan 30, 18 06:55 PM
Approx. 1940 2-story bank barn. The cross beams or floor joists are made of beech wood and are 5x5x14. The floor is double layer and is tongue and groove.