These beauties have the classic gambrel roof style that provides a little piece of Americana right in your own backyard. The gambrel roof originated in America and his since become the picturesque epitome of American rural times and agriculture. The gambrel style is represented in American architecture as early as the late 1600’s, and the oldest known example is Peter Tuft’s house in Medford, Massachusetts. These sheds offer fantastic ways to store your garden tools or outdoor cookware and make a gorgeous addition to your backyard. We provide them cedar, vinyl, and duratemp, and their spacious enough to accommodate a number of uses.

 

High Wall Barn Features

2x4 pressure-treated floor joists 12" on center

3/4" treated tongue and groove LP flooring

2x4 studs 16" on center
(2x6 optional and in larger buildings)

30-year architectural shingles over tar paper

6' 4 1/22" wall height

Barn style trusses with plywood gussets

Rolled ridge vent

2" roof overhangs on water run-off sides

4" roof overhangs on gables

Double door

(2) aluminum windows with shutters

Double 2x4 header above doors

Vented soffits

Diamond door plate

(2) 8x8 gable vents