Yankee Barn Homes go up quickly; most often in under two weeks and, many times, faster.
This category includes a broad range of blog posts all pertaining to post and beam building or the post and beam design process. Architectural inspirations, design ideas, tips for building new post and beam homes and additions and more!
Timber Homes can be either Post and Beam or Timber Frame structures. The main difference is…
Should you be considering a build now or in the future, this piece will answer questions, help you understand what happens and when, and “Demystify” the process.
Notwithstanding its name, passive solar design does mean you’re actively harnessing the sun’s energy to a home’s advantage.
These questions will help guide you in the design of your new Yankee Barn home.
Post and Beam Living recently sat down with Kerri Terwilliger, Design Project Manager at Yankee Barn Homes, to discuss what drives cost when building a Yankee Barn.
Have you been loving our small barn house Moose Ridge Lodge and Walden Pond design plans? Then be sure to take a close look at the Huntington Lodge.
The “I Deserve It” phrase describes home design features or rooms that aren’t typically necessary but, once experienced by the homeowner, are must-haves.
Prefab homes have shed their former reputation as makeshift. Yankee Barn Homes utilizes panelized building techniques to build fast, cost-effective yet aesthetically pleasing, long-term housing.
By its very nature, Yankee Barn Homes’ post and beam prefab construction adapts naturally to green building. The company has worked hard at developing creative ways to allow buyers efficiency without compromising the comforts of a traditional home.