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Tour this barn home located on a secluded property in Iowa. Built as a second home, the open concept and screened in porch are perfect for family gatherings.
A retired couple needed a new horse barn, and knew a wood barn was the only option for them. After their great experience with Sand Creek Post & Beam, they came back for a larger storage barn for antiques, and finally a garden shed turned into a playhouse for the grandkids. Multiple wood barns add character and style to their acreage, and the grandkids can’t wait to come back after each visit!
Situated on a small private lake, this barn home is the perfect getaway for a Nebraska family. The unmistakeable barn style and unique character make this lake house stand out from the crowd. View aerial footage of this weekend retreat and start building ideas for your dream barn or barn home!
A local family turns a barn kit into a drive through coffee shop. The unique uses of a Sand Creek Post & Beam barn continue to amaze us. This video highlights Miss Molly’s, known for roasting their own beans and offering a wide variety of cold and hot coffee. Learn more about their story, and get ideas for your very own dream barn. The possibilities are truly endless.
A wide variety of doors including single & double sliders, single & double swinging, dutch doors, and walk-out doors are available. We can also custom design a door to your specific dimensions.
The Sand Creek Post & Beam system is the perfect blend of customization with pre-manufacturing. We take each customer’s one-of-a-kind custom barn design and pre-build the complete frame as well as handcraft each window, door and cupola in one of our plant facilities. Every barn kit and accessory is made following rigorous quality control standards to ensure a superior product.
Sand Creek Post & Beam Authentic Barn Windows are made by our skilled craftsmen and replicate the detail, warmth, and charm found in historic barns.
A Sand Creek Post & Beam Prairie Carriage House was just the barn this couple was looking to add to their Hill Country acreage. The historic design, big timbers and rustic feel simply couldn't be achieved by a metal building. Wanting it to last for generations, this video shows just how much a barn means to our customers.
Watch this mini-documentary on what inspired the founders of Sand Creek Post & Beam, Jule Goeller and Len Dickinson to start their company. Jule and Len also explain the barn building process from the cutting and milling of the timbers, to the fabrication process, and finally the barn raising. We wrap up this video by sharing brief conversations with three customers who talk about their reasons for wanting their own barn.
In this Sand Creek Post & Beam video you get to experience a virtual walk through of a barn designed for one of our clients. You experience how the interior of the barn will look once it is completed, including a virtual walk up the stairs to the loft area. This video gives you an accurate representation of the structure of the barn, how the bents will look and even where interior light fixtures can be placed.
This is the dedication of the Deanna Rose Children's Farmstead. Watch the children walk through the barn with a look of wonder in their eyes. Board members and visitors talk about how much they enjoy the look and feel of an authentic post and beam wood barn. You will get a true idea of the scale of this barn when you see the aerial view of the structure.
Listen as Tom Beutler describes why he chose to build a Sand Creek Post & Beam barn on his property. Used for storage, a place for the kids to play, and most importantly, a place for the band to practice. This Ponderosa Country Barn has a half loft and two 12' lean-tos. As Tom said, "Everybody loves a barn ... and I have my very own barn."
Our barns are built using rough-cut full dimension lumber, so you actually get a 2" x 6" that measures 2 inches by 6 inches! Our in-house design staff provides custom plans for each barn. All barns are pre-build in one of our production facilities before they are shipped to the job site, helping to eliminate any potential problems with the erection of the frame.
It's amazing to watch the heavy equipment used to properly harvest standing timbers in South Dakota. Nothing is done by hand, one machine has an operator that selects individual trees and cuts them down while another removes the limbs and prepares the trunks to be loaded on a truck for delivery to the sawmill. Once at the mill, machines remove the bark from the tree trunks and process them into timbers and boards used to build Sand Creek Post & Beam barns around the country. It's quite a journey.
A Sand Creek dealer describes what types of Sand Creek Post & Beam barns are being built in Texas. He gives insight into what makes a post & beam structure unique and what the advantages are for the customer. Unlike traditional timber framing, we use steel plates to connect the timbers and pre-drill each joint so it is both very strong and easy to re-assemble at the job site.
Mark Gilbert of Lone Wolf Guitars decided to build a Sand Creek Post & Beam barn for his shop. This barn was built at over 9,200 foot elevation in the Colorado Rockies. Mark liked the fact that he could build any interior walls he wanted himself, giving him total flexibility for the interior design. He was also able to insulate the outside of the structure and leave the interior timber structure exposed, retaining the beauty of the timbers for all to see. Sand Creek worked closely with Mark to give him the structure he dreamed of and took an active part in designing. Oh, and by the way, the acoustics aren't too bad either.
Mike Penny, from Texas, talks about his love for the land and his desire to build an authentic Sand Creek Post & Beam wood barn. He chose Sand Creek to build his barn after doing extensive research and reviewing our web site and product catalog. Mike decided to take the features of two barns and combine them in a unique way to fit his needs. This barn allows him to store his equipment plus provide livable space for weekend guests. The 400 square foot covered porch is perfect for relaxing in the evenings. This barn is now a family legacy that will outlast several generations.
Len Dickinson, co-founder of Sand Creek Post & Beam, is an expert guest on the RFD-TV "LIVE" show. Excerpts of the hour long show were used to create this five minute video. Len talks about the unique qualities of our barns with over 500 sold and no two exactly the same. Our barn kits make it easier to assemble the timber structure at the job site and also make your barn more cost effective. All of our kits use full-dimension rough cut timbers supplied by small mills that produce quality wood products.
Enjoy the beauty of this Montana property and the Sand Creek Post and Beam barn turned into a home. Julie Vandewark walks you through her barn home and shares her journey from being a satisfied customer to becoming an authorized dealer for Sand Creek. Her home is both rustic and beautiful, perfectly suited to her family's lifestyle and the mountain landscape. If you ever wanted to see what a barn home really looks like, this video will open your eyes.
Listen to beautiful background music as you watch barn images to match. This brief video shows you the variety of barn styles we can build for you. These barns are just a few of the Featured Projects we have on the Sand Creek Post & Beam web site. You will be amazed at how much creativity and passion goes into these Features Projects.
Sand Creek Post and Beam partners with the Ponca Area Sports Complex to create something not seen at most high school football and track fields - a barn!