Europe has wooden cathedrals, the Far East has timber temples, and in North America we have the timber frame barn. Barns are an icon of our early heritage, and to this day timber is still an excellent material for building spacious, enduring, and soul-stirring structures.
TimberHomes has experience building post and beam barns of many shapes and sizes, for many uses and clients. Over the years we’ve honed our processes for planning, estimating, and building barns. So there’s no guesswork involved. Check out our featured projects, where you can see pricing (subject to change based on material costs and design decisions) and various ways we've been able to streamline the raising process,
We love to see raising day become an occasion for our clients to bring friends and family together for the shared purpose of assembling a building that will last for generations. Timber frame barns and sheds lend themselves particularly well to this kind of client involvement. We welcome clients to help with both assembly and enclosure. This speeds the process, strengthens community, and reduces costs for the client.
The timbers, pegs, sheathing, barn doors, trim and flooring in our post and beam barns all come from the woods and sawmills of the Northeast. Sourcing materials locally and supporting the local forestry economy are not only core values at TimberHomes, they’re also part of what makes our buildings fit in so well with the landscape.Meet Our Sawyer
Whether used for keeping animals, as a studio space or workshop, or for storage, a barn is a place for hard work. So it should be a place you love to be. Barns and sheds can be glorious, illuminated spaces when framed in timber and built with care. We build our barns to last centuries, and to inspire the next generation of woodworkers.