The Iconic Utilization
Of Post & Beam

Post and beam barns boast a style that is recognizable  worldwide. They have dotted the countryside in a picturesque manner for decades. This speaks to their durability, timeless style, and practical value.

Roofline & Style Kits

Our kits feature the roofline styles below. Each option provides a unique look that is beneficial in different scenarios. Once the roofline style is selected, we work with customers on customizing the length, width, lean-tos, accessories, upgrades, and more of their kit to ensure it fits their needs and budget.

Raised Center

The Knox Series


The Armstrong Series


The Hutchinson Series

Salt Box

The Grayson Series


The Bandera Series

Barn Basics

Take a detailed look at the components that make up a post and beam barn kit. Click a number to learn about the components.
  1. Bent Framing (6”x6” to 6”x12” fully dimensional are typical, kiln-dried Rough Cut Douglas fir)
  2. Plate Connections (Powder Coated)
  3. Rough Cut Roof Sheathing
  4. Roof Underlayment
  5. Rough Cut Fascia Boards
  6. Board & Batten Siding – Rough Cut Pine (Board – 1”x10”, Batten – 1”x4”)
  7. Pressure Treated Sill Plates
  8. U-Brackets
  9. Girt Wall Framing (2”x6” Pine wall girt framing placed 24” OC with heavy-duty girt screws)
  10. Purlins (4”x6” Douglas fir roof purlins placed 30” OC with heavy-duty purlin screws)
  11. Rough Cut Floor Joists*
  12. Rough Cut Floor Decking*
  13. Loft Doors*
  14. Barn Doors*
  15. Barn Windows*
  16. Foundation – configurations vary
  17. Roofing Materials

* Available as an upgrade/accessory option | Not provided by Legacy. Typical options shown for reference.

Pre-designed Post And Beam Barn Kits

Inspiration comes in all forms, and our pre-designed barn kits are a great way to get started on your post and beam journey. These kits range in size from 792 sq ft to over 2,300 sq ft and are truly a starting point. Each starts as a base model and then we customize it to meet each customers needs. Visit our pre-designed kit page to get a general idea of costs and styles and then contact us to discuss more.

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