If you are looking to find a barn that has a unique look which is also able to endure severe weather conditions, then look no further. Seneca Barns, offered by ShedBuy, are designed to be structurally robust and provide your farm animals a good living environment while giving your property an attractive appearance.
Seneca barns, like Carolina barns, have A-framed roof structures and are available in both Boxed Eave and Vertical Roofing style. This type of barns are divided into three sections and the main central aisle is more elevated than the side aisles, similar to Carolina barns. But they differ from Carolina barns in that the roof of the Seneca barn is continuous. The drop-off from the main aisle to the lean-tos is not noticeable from the exterior. This is what gives these barns that very distinctive look. In case of Boxed Eave Seneca barns, the barns contain side eave trims.Vertical style roofs have additional ridge cap to prevent leakage. The side and central braces along with hat channels add structural integrity to the entire framework of these barns.
We engineer our Seneca barns to withstand the sustained assault from farm animals and still maintain their structural strength and aesthetic. The Boxed Eave style of these barns can easily weather moderate climatic conditions, occasional rainfalls, and snowfalls. Similarly, the Vertical roofing style can effectively resist heavy rain and snow or strong winds without much wear and tear.
Seneca Barns: Specifications and Additional Features
Seneca barns have the same range of customization options as the other barns that we offer. You can customize a standard Seneca barn with the available options and add the additional features to design a barn that is custom-made to your requirements. Our team of professionals is dedicated to providing you the best guidance to help you purchase the right product.
Seneca barns that we have in our stock supply have standard lengths ranging from …… feet to …… feet. The width of the central aisle usually varies from the width of the side aisles. The separation of these aisles provides separate spaces for various purposes inside a single barn structure. The width of the central aisles of barns we have in our stock range from ……. feet to ……. feet and that of the side aisle range from …… feet to ……. feet. The height of the legs of the central aisle as well as the side aisles of these metal barns can be adjusted according to your order. The standard height of the barns in our supply varies from ……. feet to ……. feet.
There are 14 choices of colors in our color scheme from which you can choose colors for the trim and panels that compliment the style of your property. We also offer additional features like the addition of side and end panels to completely or partially enclose the central or the side aisles as per the amount of coverage that you need. Enclosing the aisles provides a layer of added security and protection to your animals and machinery. You can also choose to install openings like garage doors, walk-in doors, and windows or choose to have frame- outs to install your own openings at a later time. When you decide to install openings for your barn, you will also get to choose their placement and number.
Pros of Seneca Barn
- A- framed structure that blends in with the architecture of a traditional house but also provides a unique look compared to Carolina barns.
- Long life span, durable and structurally robust.
- Customization options for the sizes, heights, colors and additional features for the barn to fit your needs.
- Vertical Seneca barn with the vertical orientation of the roof panels requires low maintenance and cleaning since debris, dirt or water slide right off the panels instead of accumulating. This means the barn stays in its original condition for a long time.
Cons of Seneca Barn
- Both the Boxed Eave and Vertical style Seneca barns have a higher price tag than the Regular Horse barns.
- The Boxed Eave Seneca barn will require a bit of cleaning and maintenance to clear off the debris accumulated in the ridges of the horizontal panels to prevent early rusting of the panels.