Full Barn Kits are Back!

 

Have you thought to yourself, “I would sure love to build one of those BarnGeek Barns but I just wish I could get everything I need to build it in one all inclusive kit!”

 

Well, today is your lucky day! We are proud to announce that our classic full wood included barn kits are back! After an over 4 year hiatus we are now offering our FULL barn kits once again!

 

Here is what you get in your barn kit.

 

1. Custom Plans. We design exactly the barn you want, make changes to our stock plans, just remember we are limited by physics… They haven’t quite perfected that Anti-gravity device just yet

2. All the Timbers. Posts, beams, rafters, collar ties, knee braces, king posts, queen posts etc.

3. All the Hardware T plates, Post brackets, RSS screws, bolts, siding and decking screws, door track, and hinges.

4. Girts and Purlins

5. Loft Joists and Decking

6. 1×8 Roof Sheathing

7. Board and Batten Siding

 

And most importantly full support from the BarnGeek. I will do everything I can to make sure your barn build is a success. You don’t have to do this alone, I have been designing barns and helping people bring their barn dreams to life for over 15 years.

 

Options and Extras

 

1. Custom built wooden barn doors

2.Pre built Cupolas

3. Steel Roofing

 

What you will need to provide.

1.Permission, whatever that looks like for you. If you need permits from local building departments, then do that. If you don’t because you are a citizen of a free country, then exercise your right. Either way, it’s up to you.

2. Site Prep and Foundation. While we are in the production phase of your kit, it is a good idea to prepare for when your kit arrives. If the excavation and foundation work are complete then you will be ready to build on day 1.

3. Construction services. Whether you are doing the work yourself or hiring a contractor, you will need to have that scheduled well ahead of time. Contractors can be very busy and may need months to a year advance notice to schedule your build.

4. Anything you don’t order from us. For example If you have a local supplier of Roofing, or you want shingles instead of steel, then that would need to be obtained locally.

We also offer hardware only kits if you want to obtain your lumber from a local sawmill.

 

 This offer is exclusive to members of the Barn Plans Library only. If you need a kit and are not a member you can join now by selecting one of the options below. This is an important first step, membership will give you all the information you need to make your barn build successful.

At this time we can only provide quotes for the Full Barn Kits to members of the Barn Plans Library.

 

If this sounds like just what you are looking for, or if you have questions, drop us a note today [email protected]

 

We do have a limited number of production spots available so If you want to build a barn this year, it would be best to speak up now!

 

All you need to do is send me an email, let me know what size and style you would like, leave me your best method of contact, and we will work up a proposal for your new BarnGeek post and beam barn!

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