OTHER CAR BARNS
To compliment their massive log home, Steven and Janie choose a 3- Car barn with all gable entry. It was a perfect fit along their circular driveway and easy access for snow removal. Given the fact that the frame would be erected on an Alaskan slab and that they were considering the possibility of finishing off at a later date, stick-framing was the obvious preference. The crew notched in horizontal nailers
for easier and more efficient insulating.
Clients can directly enter into this new home office allowing
Marji both privacy and professionalism for her business. The entry
doubles as a mudroom and enclosed access to the 24' x 24' post and beam
Raised Cape Garage. The vertically-sided barn blended well with the
horizontal cedar clapboard home. Now there is plenty of room upstairs
for personal storage and downstairs for Bill's tools and lawn equipment.
In the upper front gable of this two car barn, Father Carr
and Monsignor West had us install a stained glass window that had been
recovered from an old church. Combined with two picture windows, post
and beam framing, tall sidewalls, barn door light fixtures, extensive
roof overhangs, steam vent, and contrasting trim, this 24' x 28' barn is
indeed our most eclectic structure to date.
Greg and Cory decided on a simple 24' x 20' two-car barn with sliders and woodshed off the rear on a 10-pitch roof, Pull-down stairs, upper level decking, windows in each upper gable for ventilation, and standing seam roofing completed this attractive structure.
Set up with door configurations like the Vermont Barn but opting for lower 8' sidewalls, Richard and Virginia decided on a three-bay Cape with 12/12 pitch to match their new home. With a loft door in the upper gable, three sliders and a side door, entering and exiting their Cape Barn is easy.
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