12x24 Barn w/Loft and Metal Roof
This building is 12 feet wide and 24 feet long. The inside is
that you can insulate and panel it. It has a double-panel door
for its base configuration. You can order
It is ideal for many different purposes. This building pictured
here was ordered to be a storage building on a farm.
Started construction on 28 June 17.
Completed construction on 11 July 17.
Delivered to Quinter, Kansas on 12 July 17.
Had the holiday and some scorching days during the build.
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Runners laid. Our large building runners are built from a pair of
treated 2x6's for a size of 4x6 inches. These will resist warping
twisting better than a solid beam.
Floor joists attached, and hurricane strips affixed. These are
metal strips that tie the joists to the runners.
Crossmembers and side rails installed. The crossmembers support
the plywood edges. Floor frame is leveled.
Walls standing now. Note the door and window framing. My
best helper is pondering the next step.
Loft frame up.
One wall sided.
Both sides sided and upper end walls framed.
Back wall sided.
Roof sheeting started. The loft makes this part easy.
One half of the roof sheeting completed.
Roof fully sheeted.
Metal panels on the roof. They had gotten some mud on them from
the rain. There is roofing felt sticking out from under the end
of the metal. This is installed to keep the condensation on the
underside of the metal from ruining the wood sheeting.
The front end is finished. Looks great!
Building finished and ready to load. (Note the white metal is
Ready for the trailer.
Heading out for the the delivery.
And now a part of the farm!
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