About The Barn Yard
The Barn Yard is the definition of exceptionally built. Founded in 1984, we are a third generation family-owned business with quality second to none. Dedicated to customer service, we are now building not only in New England but across the country. With in-house designers and engineers, we are able to maintain a level of quality and exacting standards that have been the bedrock of our company for over 33 years. With our company now in its third generation, we look forward to what the future has in store, with loyal employees and customers to thank for our continuing success.
— The Skinner Family
About Great Country Timber Frames
In 2015, we started our sister company Great Country Timber Frames to serve the timber frame home and commercial project market. Building on a 30-year tradition of hard work and craftsmanship, we designed, engineered, and built our 17,000+ square foot manufacturing and design facility in Ellington, CT in 2015.
Housed within the facility is a state-of-the-art CNC timber processing machine. The CNC machine cuts mortise & tenon joinery with extreme precision. When timbers are joined together with wood connections, as is the case in true timber-framed buildings, the more precise the joinery, the stronger the frame. In an effort to maintain a “green” facility, waste from the machine, including sawdust and wood scraps, are transported via a dust collection system and compressed into bio fuel briquettes called “Timber Pucks.”
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About The Brand
Look for this Brand as our promise of quality materials and workmanship in everything we make.
We value hard work, determination, and commitment. For over 30 years, we’ve built more than buildings. We’ve built trust, value and friendships. We treat you like family.
I wanted to followup to let you know how happy we are with the shed. Just put shelves in this morning and all is rocking.
Guys did a great job of the site prep and then delivery. Will definitely recommend to friends and clients in the future.
— Andrew P., Norwalk CT
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