2 Story 1 Car Garages

The Barn Raiser – the ORIGINAL supplier of Amish-built, hinged-roof, pre-fab 2 story buildings and garages; giving you 2 floors of storage space. We designed this innovative raised roof system along with our Amish builder in 2006. Since then, we’ve been busy improving them, making them roomier, adding more options like full length dormers, awnings, attached carports, and more. We can customize the upper level floor system to be a half loft or even delete it all together so you can get the height you need for your car lift or any other need. The beauty of this type of building is the fast turn around and the fast install. No lengthy on-site construction or procrastinating contractors to deal with! You just need to obtain the proper permits and have the site accessible and prepared. We will do the rest!

The single-wide 2 story buildings measure 17′ from ground to peak. The standard roof pitch is 14:12 (AF) and the standard roofing is a 29 gauge metal o/ purlins. The bottom floor offers 8′ of head room throughout while the top floor offers 8′ of head room down the middle. The A-frame style building roof slopes on both sides in the upper level; there is still plenty of useable space up there but the Gambrel style will give you the most upper level space if that’s what you’re after. This building can be a storage building or a garage. The storage building comes standard with 2-24×36 vertical slider windows on the main floor, 2- 24×36 vertical slider windows on the 2nd floor, a ‘U’ style staircase leading to the 2nd floor and 1 set of 6’x6′ double doors. Want to use it as a garage instead? We’ll build it with a 9’x7′ insulated steel overhead door and upgrade the plywood floor to a heavy duty reinforced floor (or choose FLOORLESS*) and change the double doors to a standard single side entry door. Use your imagination! Finish off the interior and use it as a hunting cabin, studio or office.

Sidings available: LP SmartSide Clapboard, Vinyl, Board & Batten pine, Cedar T&G & Cedar Clapboard; built with or without a wooden floor. The Floorless option requires a concrete slab.