Lofted Barn

Lofted Barn… 11′ tall with 7′ sidewalls

Please Note: If you have questions, please email or call. Questions in the comment area below each page may not be seen on a timely basis…

Treated floor skids.
Treated floor joist spaced 16″ apart.
3/4″ osb floor decking.
2×4 wall studs.
Engineered “smartside” wood siding.
7/16 osb roof decking.
25 yr 3 tab shingles.

 

 

Prices

Prices include all material and labor for on-site construction. Buildings are unpainted.

10×12
10×16
10×20
12×12
12×16
12×20
12×24
$2,195.00
$2,695.00
$3,095.00
$2,595.00
$3,195.00
$3,595.00
$4,195.00

Requirements


Electricity within 100 ft.
Fairly level site.
We do no site excavation.
Buildings are leveled by using shims under the skids.
Please allow 2-3 ft. of clearance around the site perimeter for work access.
It is the customer’s responsibility to secure any and all appropriate building permits and to insure that their new shed is in compliance with any and all local ordinances prior to construction beginning.

Options

 

Window     24×28
Window     24×36
Window     36×36
Window     36×48
Ramp  5′ wide treated wood
Shelf 12-16″ wide per foot
Extra single door
Extra double doors
Steel house door
$120.00
$130.00
$140.00
$150.00
$100.00
$3.00
$65.00
$105.00
$200.00

 

 

9 Responses to Lofted Barn

  1. Faron says:

    Hello!

    I was doing some google searching for barns/small buildings in SW Texas and found you. Wow, you do some amazingly awesome work!

    My question is this. I have a weekend property in Pattison Texas. It’s going to be my future retirement place. It has a small farmhouse on that I’ve been slowly fixing up. It’s also 11 acres, that I’ve been slowly clearing. The next thing I need is a barn. Right now the riding mower is just under a covered lean to and all my tools and weed eater and tiller etc are all inside the house, ha.

    Anyway, before I ramble on with my needs, I guess I just need to see if you’d come out that direction? It’s 126 miles from Austin to the farm. I noticed you went up to Abilene which is further and hoped you might come this direction? Pattison is just North of I-10 and the town of Brookshire (about 8 miles). It’s also about 12 miles from Katy, TX where there are plenty of Home Depot’s and Lowe’s.

    The barn I would need can’t be longer than about 24′ but it can be 16′ or a little wider. I had been looking at Tuff Shed because they seem to be the only thing I can find around here but they make me nervous, ha. I love the hand built nature of what you do (and the quality shows). The lofted barn style is exactly what I’d want.

    Thank you for your time,

    Faron

    • Jerry says:

      Sorry, Pattison would just be too far the wrong direction.
      I live between Austin and Abilene so I dont go very far past Austin.

      Thanks for your interest
      Jerry

  2. Robert Wicks says:

    Hi Jerry!

    We are considering a 12′ x 20′ or a 12′ x 24′ lofted or gable portable building. What is the “clearance” for your doorway? I am 6′ and many models end up being a head banger.

    Do you use 2′ x 6′ floor joists for this size unit?

    Is the peak clearance for the height measured from the inside, or from the ground to the outside of the shed.

    Thanks much,
    Robert

  3. Kim says:

    Do you service haskell, tx?

  4. Bob says:

    When you are building the longer barns like 12×20 or 12×24, how do you frame out the floor? Are you bringing in 20′ and 24′ long boards for the outside rails?

    • Jerry says:

      I laminate 16′ and shorter boards together to create skids ( girder beams ) the full length of the building. Floor joist set on top of the skids spaces 16″ apart. The outside band boards are spliced at a floor joist.

  5. Randy Sandefur says:

    I currently have a metal shed on a 10×10 concrete slab that I want to replace. Can you build a 10×10 large barn on the existing slab? I noticed your smallest is a 10×12. or would an added 2 feet wood deck work to make it 10×12?

    • Jerry says:

      Yes I can build a 10×10 on the slab. Also I could build a 10×12, the skids would simply hang off the slab to support the building.

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