Precision Barn Builders, LLC
On-Time.  On-Budget.  Straight-Forward.
Pole Barns

When you imagine your barn, what style is right for you?

Precision Barn Builders, LLC. builds custom pole barns:  Monitor-Style, Gambrel Roof, Gable Roof and a variety of versions to suit the owner's desires for function and architectural preference. 

We love quality barns - old, new, rustic, metal, wood, etc...  Enjoy the satisfaction of discovering the type and style of barn you desire rather than having someone tell you what you "should" have.  Enjoy the process of discussing your options, the upsides and downsides to those decisions of which you may not yet be certain.  How?  Give us a call and we'll narrow down the choices to determine your perfect barn plan.  Once we break ground, weeks later - you've got your dream barn built to the highest standards of construction.




Hay Barn
Needing to store some hay?  This Dahlonega Farmer did.  Our hard-working crew constructed this barn in 5 working days.





Board and Batt, Rustic Barn
Tucked on a mountain side, this Cleveland barn owner had the pad graded at the most forgiving side of her mountain property building a rustic, board and batt, old-fashioned pole barn.  Reminding her of her grandfather's farm, her choices included 4 open concrete stalls with half walls and 3/4" mats, dirt aisle,  wash rack, tack room with enclosed bath, large hay doors and large loft for hay storage.

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5 Stall Metal Barn, Office, Loft and More
In Forsyth County, Georgia the owners wanted a metal barn with an extra wide aisle.  The barn's aisle provides extra safety when grand kids are skirting around the horses.  Also, our customers planned to entertain a lot in their barn and it would allow easier mingling in the crowd.  Complete with office, bathroom, loft, tack room and 5 stalls - who would want to spend time at home anymore?

To see more photos of this barn during construction, click here.






Equipment Barn

In Talking Rock, GA the owner of this just constructed equipment shed will have lots of storage space for his heavy equipment and other toys.







Metal roof and sides

Located in Cumming, GA, the owners of this barn chose to pour a full concrete pad, sliding stall fronts, hand-built slider barn doors, hand-built dutch doors for easy access to the pasture, tack room and wash rack.  

To see more photos of this barn during construction, click here.






Workshop and Dog Grooming Barn
Our Hall County, Georgia customers have the most wonderful pups.  So, with their interests in great dogs from nutrition to grooming, along with some man cave space, they designed a dandy pole barn that has an upstairs work area and bathroom.  A small tornado ripped right by the site just as we were finishing... so glad it had the strength gained by a pole barn!




"Winged"  or, Metal Gable Barn with Side Shed
Our Dahlonega  pole barn customer wanted a metal barn with side sheds for equipment and hay storage.  To gain the most function with a lean budget, she chose to pour a partial concrete pad for the barn aisle, wash rack and tack room/bath.  As the horses mainly reside outside, she chose to place stall mats over dirt.  Should she, in the future, desire an alternative floor system like gravel, concrete or rubber pavers, we can provide her requests.  Her other specifications included sky lights, extended front roof line to provide covered shelter, and hand-built sliding front and rear barn doors. 





4 Stall Shed Style Barn with Tack and Wash Rack

Horse barns don't have to have doors on each end!  Our Commerce, GA horse barn customer didn't want a "horse house", she wanted a barn that she could look out and see her brood!  As a fox hunter, she also needed a warm and toasty wash rack ready enough to handle a good bath during any kind of weather.  The extended roof line in front of the rustic stalls provides additional protection to the animals.  The wash rack can be enclosed and has dual exits.  Inside the wash rack, a door leads to her tack room.  
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Metal horse barn with many features

Another metal pole barn located in Lula, GA is well designed for this equestrian family.  Over a full concrete pad, all four stalls face the paddock, and dutch doors, left open during the day, offer shelter for their horses.  Frequently attending horse shows and preferring to tack up in cross ties, this barn features two wash racks, tack room, slider stall fronts and barn "garage" doors in carriage-style design.  Wanting the future option to store hay in a loft, we "stick built" this barn with rafters, rather than using trusses, so that their option remained open.  By the way - Need tack?  Visit our customers on the Helen Highway between Helen and Cleveland at Adams Tack and Feed. Vicki, Larry or Deana will take great care of you.  Additionally, Adams Tack and Feed carries many gift type items so you don't have to drive all the way to Horse Town to find the perfect present.

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Hardi-plank siding, Metal roof Monitor Style-Barn and comfortable apartment/living space.
Welcome to the Red Dust Ranch in Baldwin, Georgia.  Needing a place to live before building their home on their newly purchased land, the Owner's designed a 6 stall Monitor-Style Barn with a full living quarters including bedroom, living room, full kitchen, laundry and bathroom.  Barn features include sliding stall fronts, wash rack, feed room, gravity fed stall watering system, mats over gravel stall floors, and custom designed "H" stall window shutters.  Cedar grain hardi-plank is a popular siding option.  The problems of yester-year with these concrete made boards are gone.  A critter-won't-bite siding option resistant to horse kicks and looks just like wood, it's easy to paint and easy to maintain.

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Large Timbered Party Pavilion and Parking Area

On a peninsula of Lake Sinclair, you might discover a great party going on at Bob's house under his 30' x 36' large timbered pavilion.  Built as a pole barn using much of classic Amish construction methods to join the timbers with pegs, this versatile and fun structure will hosts many events and family memories.

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Hardi-plank farm equipment, RV storage and "man-cave" barn (no horses allowed!)
 
In Talking Rock Georgia, our customer wanted a unique barn design, on a small area of land next to his beautiful home to store and "drive through" a considerably large RV, tractor and other smaller equipment items.  Additionally, this barn features a insulated and full sheet rock interior, bathroom, generous work room/bench area with outside deck, stationary steps to the 2nd floor (inside and outside), shutters and easy-to-work garage doors that coordinate with his home.   And, you can tell from the paint on the garage that we are still deciding on paint colors and the garage doors will be painted to match the shutters.

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Rustic style barn with all the modern features to entertain your friends!

This customer raises the bar for all of us.  Over 60 (and, we'll let you ask how much), our very active and athletic customer enjoys life and inspires us all to live joyfully.  Designing a barn that could accommodate a group of riding friends, she requested (and, got!) RV hook ups outside the barn to accommodate visiting friends with horse campers.  Interior features include a lovely kitchenette, full bath with shower, 12 x 24 tack/bunk house room, gravity fed watering system and open half-wall stall fronts.  One very nice feature includes her ability to create "outside visiting stalls" through the use of secured, gated corral panels under the shed roof sides.  Built over a full concrete pad, our customer enjoys her interior wash rack and 4 interior stalls covered with 3/4" mats.  The barn's extended front roof houses ceiling fans to add comfort in a relaxing cookout area.  The large, swing-out barn doors in dutch-door style is a fun accompaniment to this beautiful barn in Toccoa, GA.

To see more detailed pictures of the interior features of this barn, click here.






Rustic, Basic Barn in Ball Ground, GA for Rescued Animals
Our Ball Ground Pole Barn Customer, Donna has her place reserved in heaven.  She rescues ducks, dogs, horses - and, doesn't ride.  She just believes they have a right on this earth and does her best to make their time comfortable.  Balancing her generosity with a budget and utilizing the thoughtful contributions of a neighbor who supplied the grading and her handy husband, we built the pole barn structure and let Donna and Bob bring water to the barn and turn on the lights.  She used open stalls with swinging gates that could be configured to accommodate various animal guests at a time.  Small storage rooms for feed were placed on pressure treated wood floors to further economize from the more pricey application of concrete.  There is plenty of shelter to make the process of caring for the lucky animals comfortable and enjoyable for the family.  This modest barn gains high points in our mind for greatest dollar savings for highest function... it's all she needs to meet her objective.

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2 Open Stall Barn for fun with the Grand kids
Our Monroe couple wanted a very basic barn to take the grandchildren to when they wanted to ride horses in the pasture.  In commercial construction, our very knowledgeable customer could add additional features to the barn, such as lights or concrete, as he desired in the future.  This is a basic and practical barn that will provide comfort and fun memories in their future.  It's board and batt siding and the open stall fronts have metal caps to prevent cribbing. 

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If you are interested in building a small barn and want to see examples of other small barns, click here.





Quality Matters When You Build a Barn for Generations to Enjoy.

We hope you've enjoyed a quick tour of some of our pole barns.  See learn more about interior options ranging from stall styles to water delivery systems, click here

Regardless of your style and options, you are assured of quality which can be defined by constructing the supports on 2 foot centers.  The only exception to this gold standard are 16" centers when constructing living quarters or 4' per governmental specifications for some hay barns.  It is common in this industry for barn builders to low ball prices by putting much less material in  the barn and brush off your inquiry about whether the barn will sag with, "Well, it's just a barn."  Simply stated, we build in a similar fashion as the Amish and those barns that were built over a century ago and still standing today.  We shop competitively and use the highest grade,of building materials and efficient, conscientious craftsmanship.  If the nail is driven in crooked - the nail comes out.  Bring your construction friends to visit any of our barns - we are proud to show our work.  

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our questions and inquiries are welcomed.  We appreciate the opportunity to meet with you and review your georgia horse barn construction or farm-related project.   Serving many communities of the North Georgia Mountains, we typically work in the Georgia counties of Banks, Jackson, Oconee, Newton,  Lumpkin, Hall, Forsyth, Cobb, Dawson, White, Habersham and Lumpkin.  These include the towns of Rutledge, Toccoa, Athens, Watkinsville, Hoschton, Covington, Conyers, Marietta, Canton, Gainesville, Dahlonega, Cumming, North Alpharetta, Dawsonville, Cleveland, Sautee, Clarkesville and Dahlonega.

Precision Barn Builders, LLC
P. O. Box 786
Dahlonega, GA  30533
(706) 974-1074, Damon Hunt
damon@precisionbarnbuilders.com

Barn Construction Specialists Building to Your Specifications ~ On Time.  On Budget.  Straight-Forward.







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