Take a close look at our timber frame mini-barn. What you’re seeing is pure Americana!
Our storage barn features beams and posts with mortise and tenon joints secured by wooden pegs. This timber framing construction method was used for centuries all over the world. The oldest barns in America were built this way, and many of them are still standing after 150 or 200 years.
Admittedly, our barn is not for everyone. But if you’re a discriminating consumer who insists on uncompromised quality, this mini-barn is for you. Every distinguished home should have a Pioneer’s Pride mini-barn on site. It’s virtually indestructible.
This 2600-pound storage barn is 80 square feet on the ground and 10 feet high. Our kit contains everything you need to put it together, including easy-to-follow, step-by-step assembly instructions.
This head-turning barn will capture the attention of your neighbors and captivate their imaginations. They’ll marvel at your carpentry skills. We apologize for making them envious. Sometimes, it can’t be helped.
It is not necessary to treat hemlock wood to withstand the weather, as hemlock wood will weather naturally. However, if you don’t prefer the natural weathered gray color, hemlock can be stained. It entirely depends on the look you wish to achieve. To preserve the original color, a clear stain is recommended. Adding a sealer will enhance the life of the hemlock wood’s appearance. Also, hemlock wood is highly resistance to insects. Stain is not included with purchase.
Pioneer’s Pride™ timber frame kits are Patent Pending.
|Dimensions||120 × 96 × 120 in|
Black, Brown, Green, Red