West Virginia is located entirely within the Appalachian region, and because of this, is very mountainous. Located at the intersection of the Mid-Atlantic, Southeast, and Upland South regions, West Virginia has a very diverse population and economy. This diversity extends to its farming and we are equipped to build a wide variety of barns to match.

Barn Homes: A barn home is a house with an exterior designed to be similar in appearance to a barn, perhaps with a small area for animals, storage, or vehicles. Barn homes are great for homeowners who aren't traditional farmers, but want to blend in with West Virginia's historic landscape.

Garages and Shops: These are also built similarly to traditional barns, but rather than spaces for animals, they provide protected parking or a large, sheltered work area. Like barn homes, they are great for blending the modern way of life in with the traditional feel of the community.

Animal barns: These are the barns that have been around for hundreds of years. They provide a place for animals to escape from West Virginia's cold winters and to sleep at night. Storage areas for feed and equipment used to take care of the animals are often added. We can also add a small living area for workers to take a break or even to sleep in at night.

Our barns are not one size fits all. Although they can be divided into categories, each barn is custom built to your exact specifications. Don't worry though, we provide a gallery of previous designs and can assist you as much as you want if you aren't sure exactly what you need. We also don't stop at the barn itself. Typical add-ons include riding areas for horses, outdoor pens for animals, and small storage sheds.

West Virginia's terrain is no trouble for us. We've built barns throughout the country and have much experience adapting our barns to the local landscape. Because we work with you throughout the design process, you'll be sure to get exactly what you need.