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24×36 T-Rex Post and Beam Barn

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Are you looking for a plan that combines living or office space above storage for vehicles or equipment? ? Take a look at this 24×36 T-Rex post and beam barn! If you are not up to cutting traditional mortise and tenon joinery, but want the look and durability of heavy timbers, this may be the plan for you. This plan is designed to utilize T-Rex connectors for a simpler cutting job!

 The ground level is one open space, with two 8×8 columns for support. Three nine-foot openings will give you plenty of access for storage, and there is a separate walk door. A total of six windows on this level will bring in plenty of daylight, yet allow room beneath them for workbenches.

On the second level, a knee wall and the 10 in 12 roof pitch increases the ceiling height at the peak to over thirteen feet, so there is a ton of usable space. And a pair of windows on either end creates great cross-ventilation and daylighting.

This plans set is 32 pages and is formatted for instant download.  It is set up to be printed on 11×17 paper that you can have printed at your neighborhood copy shop. We provide you with 3-D renderings so you can understand what you are building. We also include  elevations and sections of each part of the frame, and individual dimensioned piece drawings showing every cut for the metal connectors. A complete timber and fastener list will make your budgeting and material procurement easier. 

Please Note: As these plans were designed by Connext Post and Beam and not Timber Frame HQ, they are NOT included in the Plan Bundle. They are only available for individual purchase.

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4 thoughts on “24×36 T-Rex Post and Beam Barn”

  1. michael T stewart

    I love the build for many reasons. That would make a great start at my farm for beginning to build my main house. I have a place for it also. One thing I would likely add would be a larger dormer on the south side (opposite the garage doors.

    This would add natural light, plant spaces, warmth and beautiful scenery also.
    Full length built in window seats with alternating bookcases between and on either end.

    great concept!

  2. Hi, Do you supply any foundation details for this building .What is the sill design also can I see from a drawing how the metal connectors work with the timber joints ! ! Thanks Ed

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