"How to Build The Perfect Amish Barn...
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Learn The TRUTH about how To Build The Perfect Traditional Barn You Need, and avoid Costly Mistakes...
In this Interview with John, who has been where you are, built his barn, and is now helping others do the same...
Inside The Barn Plans Library…
Barn Builder #1
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Gets You More Choices For Which Barn Plans Are Best For You…
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Gives You 19+ Incredible Plans To Choose From, Along With Personalized Help And Support…
From: The Barn Geek
I am very excited to finally be able to offer you, My entire library of barn plans! Finally ALL
of our Barn Plans in one place for you to download!
They Built Their Barn in 19 days!
He is Sawing His Own Lumber!
We highly recommend Michigan Heritage Barns. Our project was a bit unusual – a sugar shack for the production of maple syrup. Aaron carefully listened to our needs for barn design and developed a solution that was both effective and affordable.
Aaron provided a well engineered Timber Frame Barn Kit. During the design process he worked with me to custom design exactly what I needed. The materials were all delivered to my site in a timely manner. Any small issues that came up, where quickly dealt with by Aaron himself. I would highly recommend anyone who is looking to build an out-building that truly complements your home, to contact Aaron to discuss the advantages of Timber Framing!
I modified the roofline on the gable plans we purchased to create a salt box. Laid out the first bent today!
It has been a great project and I am very pleased with my barn. Thanks for designing this plan. — Andy
“…the barn stood hurricane Matthew.
When it’s completely finished I’ll be riding out storms in the barn!!”
Traditional Barns Made Easy
In the Barn Plans Library, you will find traditional barn plans, just like they built in centuries past.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could build a great traditional barn with some simple tools and basic know how?
These barns are designed to incorporate simple joinery using modern timber framing screws and some steel plates that are just bolt in place. If you can cut simple angles with a skill saw, drill holes with an auger bit, and twist a wrench then you can build your own post and beam barn with these plans.
In The Barn Plans Library You Get…
How To Videos Make it easy as 1,2,3…
Material Cut Lists….
Free Advice from Those who Have Already Finished….
Email Support for A Limited Time….
Here are some of the plans that are in the Barn Plans Library..
30×40 Gable Barn Plans
36×50 Gable Barn Plans
40×50 Horse Barn Plans
40×60 Gambrel Barn Plans
46×30 Gambrel Barn Plans
42×32 Teton Barn Plans
42×50 Teton Barn Plans
Bank Barn Plans
40×50 Horse Barn Plans
But don’t take my word for it, listen to what others have said…
Here is Andy’s Story…..
A Letter from one of our
Barn Plan Customers.
Thanks. Here’s the short version of how I decided to build this barn.
I found Barngeek web site in the midst of my research to find “the barn” . After retiring in December 2013 I ordered plans for the 30 x 40 gable barn. It took me a while to really commit to getting started as I continued to toy with other designs. Finally, I decided, “what the heck, I can do this.” So, I prepped the rough site that I had originally built with a bulldozer in 2011. I leveled and smoothed the fill dirt with my tractor in July and augured out pier supports. By early August I was ready for concrete and we poured the slab on August 7th.
In the mean while I had shopped for a source of timbers and found a small sawmill in East Texas using Craigslist. I hired a guy to haul it to my ranch and had most of the bent lumber in place by early September. I built the bents pretty much alone during October and November. Then, after lots of hand wringing I decided to seek “professional help” for standing up the bents and putting on the roof. I figured the solo approach clearly was not an option and I doubted that I had enough skilled friends who happened to have a week or so free to help me stand things up. That was the best decision I have made on this project so far. The crew is decking the roof today and it should be in the dry by tonight.
Here are some pictures.
“It has been a great project and I am very pleased with my barn. Thanks for designing this plan.” — Andy
Pouring the slab.
Bents built and ready to raise.
Raising the first bent.
This was the hardest one to place.
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How much does the Barn Plans Library cost?
Call any Timber Frame designer and ask for a quote, you will find that prices range anywhere from $2,000 to $5,000 for each plan!
As a matter of fact the very plans for sale on this page originally cost on average $2,500 each.
That means the original value of these plans were over $30,000!
As you can see these plans will only cost you a mere fraction of the original cost.
How can we offer these plans at such a low price?
The secret is technology.
You see, in the old days plans were drawn up on paper by hand and they were only good for one project. Now, with 3D CAD modeling that same set of plans can be saved, stored digitally, and be used over and over again.
Get Started on Your New Post and Beam Barn Today!
With a few clicks of the mouse you can be on your way to building the new barn you always wanted.
Download your plans today and you can get started right away.
Just think of how great it will feel knowing your going to finally have that barn you have always wanted.
Your friends and family will be amazed at the fact that you did it yourself.
You really can do it! All you need is the tools, and know how that you will find here.