Question: Can your hardware be purchaed on line via Shopping Cart?
Answer: As of now, we only offer hardware on our eBay store, not on this site. If you want to order direct, please call us.
Question: Do you build barns or garages on-site?
Answer: We do not offer on-site built barns. We have barn plans for sale for some of our buildings. You can find a local builder or we might be able to help you find one.
Question: How can I find out the price for one of your modular barns?
Answer: Modular Aisle Barns might take several days to quote since we have to figure delivery and assembly costs. When you call or email to request a quote, please give us your shipping zip code since our prices largley depend on travel distance. Also, as of now, we do not deliver center aisle modular barns over 200 miles and our barn assembly crew doesn't travel over 200 miles to set them up. In most cases, you'll be working with and ordering modular barn direct from our barn builder.
Question: How long does it take to build an average modular center aisle barn?
Answer: Modular Aisle Barns might take 1-5 days to complete after barn sections and materials are delivered. It all depends on barn size and style.
Question: What choice of roofing do I have?
Answer: We offer asphalt shingles and metal roofs. Different colors available.
Question: How do I go about ordering a barn?
Answer: First, you need to be placed on building schedule (deposit and a signed contract is required). Please give us a call to provide us with your information and to discuss all the pricing and options.
Question: What is your required payment schedule for sheds and barns?
Answer: We have different payment schedules for different barns. Payment schedule depends on cost of barn and how long it takes to build one. For more information, please call.
Question: What is your current lead time?
Answer: Please call us for our current schedule.
Question: Does your company build barns or sheds?
Answer: No, we are not a construction company. Our modular aisle barns and horse sheds are built by small local Amish owned company.
Question: What if I see mold inside of my barn?
Answer: Unfortunately, mold can grow in moist conditions. This can happen from soil moisture getting inside of stalls and accumulating on cold surfaces under certain conditions and temperature. To prevent mold and to keep it under control, make sure your barn is well ventilated and treat surfaces with animal friendly mold control. See Barn Care for more information.
Question: Is there a warranty for your modular barns?
Answer: Our barns are built by a small local Amish company that strives hard to provide high quality and very sturdy built strcutres. And even though our barn builder doesn't provide any warranty, they'll still come out to fix any manufacturer's defect (must notify us of any defect at time of delivery when accepting the barn).
After delivery, please keep in mind that Acts of God are not covered by any warranty and are not considered as manufacturer's defect. Acts of God include, but not limited to damage from wind, fire, flood, hurricane, hail, earthquake, etc. If your building incurs any damage from strong winds, hail, fire or any other act of God, you will need to file claim with your insurance company. Please make sure your building is properly insured to cover the loss or repair of damages.
After delivery, it is your resposibility as a customer to properly maintain the building, keep dirt and vegitation away from the siding, keep barn level, etc. We shall not be responsible for any defect or damage caused by settling of barn when it's not placed on properly prepared foundation or level pad. Aging, fading, weathering or cracking of siding is not considered as a defect and is not covered by any warranty.
Question: Why you don't sell barn doors and horse stalls anymore?
Answer: Since manufacturers that we used to buy doors and horse stalls from, also sell their product at retail prices, it was hard for us to compete with their pricing. For this reason, we have decided to drop these products and instead let you buy direct from manufacturer.
Question: Where can I learn more about barns?
Answer: Please visit Barn Construction Resource Center for more information about different barns.