Building a Multi-use Barn for Garage, Animals, Workshop, Studio

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Williamson Pub., 1994 - House & Home - 221 pages
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Let John Wagner, walk you step-by-step through the planning, costing, and building of a 30' x 24' multi-use barn. Here, Wagner includes advice and sketches for adapting this barn for garage, carpenter's shop, artist's studio, apartment, or garden/animal outbuilding

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Building a multi-use barn for garage, animals, workshop, studio

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As a guide for dreamers as well as those who are "ready-to-build,'' this concise yet detailed overview of the construction of a large out-building will serve both beginning and experienced builders ... Read full review

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This was a great book and I learned alot. I have since passed it along to someone else for the use. Read full review


Where do you put the barn?
A square and level foundation for your barn
Framing is fun Sawing boards pounding

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About the author (1994)

John D. Wagner has more than 20 years of experience writing about the construction industry. His articles have appeared in such magazines as Builder, Fine Woodworking, The Journal of Light Construction, Popular Science, and Today's Homeowner. He is the author of Creative Homeowner's bestselling Ultimate Guide to House Framing and the Ultimate Guide to Barns, Sheds and Outbuildings. He lives in Vermont.

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