What Does it Cost to Build a Barn?

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What Does it Cost to Build a Barn?
Barn (barn image by DeCoste from Fotolia.com)

Barns are useful not only for keeping livestock but for storage too. Tractors, equipment, hay and straw are kept out of the elements and easily accessible through the large sliding doors. From pole barns to steel barns, there are many choices.

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Pole Barn

As of November 2010, the starting price for supplies for a 24-by-22-by-10-foot barn from DIY Pole Barn and Supplies is £3,012, includes a single sliding door and a steel entry door. A 40-by-80-by-14 barn includes a split sliding door and a steel entry door at £9,635. A standard pole barn kit includes all you require to build a barn except tools and labour.

What Does it Cost to Build a Barn?
Pole Barn (Barn image by jhogan from Fotolia.com)

Gable Barn

As of November 2010, Barn Pros has a wide selection of barns to choose from. The Gable Barn base prices start at £12,064 to £57,196. The lowest-priced stall package kits start at £13,812 for a two-stall, 36-by-24-foot barn, including 12-by-12-foot stalls, a wash bay, a tack room with window and a cupola. The complete kits contains everything required, except concrete, nails, roofing and labour.

What Does it Cost to Build a Barn?
Gable Barn (barn image by Cathy Kovarik from Fotolia.com)

Steel Barn

As of November 2010, offering several different sized building kits, Braemar Steel has a base kit starting at £5,427 for a 24-by-30-by-12-foot structure rising to £12,819 for a 50-by-60-by-16-foot building. All buildings include everything required for a basic steel structure, excluding foundation design. The prices are based on shipping from Dallas.

What Does it Cost to Build a Barn?
Steel Barn (barn image by Joann Cooper from Fotolia.com)

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