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1750 barn restoration

comments (0) April 1st, 2011 in Project Gallery
Johnintegrity Johnintegrity, member

The barn is up in the air and ready for excavation
starting repairs on the dam,aged frame 
Ready for another 250 years
The horses will be happy
 Ready to move in
The barn is up in the air and ready for excavationClick To Enlarge

The barn is up in the air and ready for excavation


This is a barn built in 1750 it is an English style barn. the owner had to decide to tear down or save  .  We lifted the building, put in a new foundation and slab we restored the timber  frame and sheathing and put in new horse stalls.  The second floor is a hay loft. We were also able to repair and save the attached silo . the barn is now used as a 9 horse barn 

 

the barn i


Design or Plan used: My own design
posted in: Project Gallery, remodeling, framing, finish carpentry
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