Precision Barn Builders, LLC

Barn Plans

Barn Building is our business. 

Therefore, we listen to what you describe as your needs and styles to which you are attracted.  This allows us to exchange information with you about cost and options.  With very few exceptions (like elaborate barn wedding venues), having an architectual plan or even rough sketch is absolutely not necessary.  We think and breathe barns and can see your barn in our minds just by your telling us about the rooms you need and how you intend to use the barn.  If you've left out any important details - we'll know to ask you about them.  The first step is easy.  Complete our Barn Survey

Your 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 Lumpkin, Hall, Banks, Jackson, Oconee, Newton, Forsyth, Dawson, White, Habersham and Lumpkin.  These include the towns of Gainesville, Dahlonega, Toccoa, Athens, Watkinsville, Hoschton, Covington, Conyers, Cumming, North Alpharetta, Dawsonville, Cleveland, Sautee, Clarkesville and Dahlonega.

Contact Precision Barn Builders, LLC to discuss your barn ideas and finalize your design.

Oftentimes, customers have some idea of their barn desires because they have seen a barn that seems close to what they desire.  Or, perhaps they have pictures of barns they like.  If you are fine-tuning your barn vision, one of the smartest things to do is look around our site and see which features of which barns seem to fit you best.  Don't necessarily look for "the perfect barn plan" to fit your needs.  Yes, you may find it - but, it's more likely that your perfect barn is "close, but not identical" to a barn you've visited or one you can find on our website or another website.  Keep this in mind as you fine-tune:

1.  Prioritize first your floor plan and how you want your barn to "function":  what types of rooms do you need and locaton of those rooms?  (Like tractor storage or a tack room or a wash rack or stalls....)

2.  Then, after you know what you want on the main floor of your barn and in the loft (if you want an upstairs) ponder "the look" of your barn.  If you want to live in the upstairs of your barn or have huge amounts of storage, then the gambrel style may be right for you.  As far as monitor or gable options, that's usually an esthetic preference - if your preferred look doesn't jive with how you want it to function, we'll problem solve it with you. 

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3.  What goes on the sides and roof of your barn is easy to decide and very much based on personal style choices and personal tastes.  For example, on the exact same barn, one customer may want metal siding and another one may want old fashioned board and batt.  One customer may want a metal roof and the other may want shingle.  No biggee!  Don't look at any barn's esthetics (outside treatment and color) and say, "Oh, that's not the right barn for me."  The esthetics are easy to change from barn to barn and often don't affect function.  Your bigger and most important first step is deciding on the floor plan and function.

To help you get your cart behind your horse, we've designed our barn survey.  By completing the BARN SURVEY we can help you find your perfect barn for your building budget.