Post and Beam 2-Story Barn
The quintessential New England barn, built using authentic post & beam construction with the most precise mortise & tenon joinery available today. One step inside and you will be moved by the artistry and details. With sweeping arched braces and extra large timbers, the Carriage Barn is nostalgically beautiful, leaving a lasting impression.
The Most Intricate Joinery
And the most beautiful. Every timber is machined using our state of the art CNC timber processor for industry-leading precision. We even house our mortise & tenon connections, creating extra solid joinery. Every barn goes through a rigorous structural analysis by our in-house structural engineer to ensure the utmost structural soundness. The result is a stronger, beautifully intricate timber frame that is a pleasure to look at.
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2 Stories of Possibilities
With a 3' knee wall above second floor, providing a massive upstairs space. The larger 8x8 posts, 8x12 beams, & dovetailed 4x8 floor joists below combine with the 8x8 top plates & 4x8 timber rafters above to create a second floor & roof system so strong, you’re only limited by ... well, nothing!
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Quality Built by Our Carpenters
Plus turn-key service. We do it all, from site work to foundation, construction to roofing, siding, doors and windows, so you can enjoy the process. Family owned since 1984, we have over three decades of building experience. And speaking of experience, our goal is to give you the best experience possible from start to finish.
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See more Pictures
And be inspired. A picture is worth a thousand words. Browse our Carriage Barn photo gallery and get ideas for your next project. When you see something you like, make note of the picture number and contact us. We’ll get you more information and help refine your ideas.
We know timber framing is a lost art. But we appreciate it, we appreciate the trade, we appreciate it as craftspeople ourselves, and we’re trying to keep the tradition alive.
— Everett Skinner IV, P.E.