BARN BUILDERS IN OKLAHOMA
Legacy Barn Company is a Post-Frame Building Construction Company
If you are in the market for a residential garage, horse barn, agricultural building, hay barn, storage building, commercial buildings or a workshop you can customize your building as much as you desire from the size, layout, numerous colors and options. We are located in the heart of the post-frame industry in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.
Monthly Special for September 2019
💥30x40x10 Pole Barn installed with 29 gauge Galvalume metal $8,550!💥
✔️ Pre-Fabricated Engineered Trusses 3/12 pitch with a 115 mph wind load and 20 lb snow load (5’ O/C)
✔️ 5x5 CCA Treated Posts (10’ O/C)
✔️ Posts are buried 3’ in the ground
✔️ 2x4 #3 SYP Roof Purlins (2’ O/C)
✔️ 2x4 #3 SYP Wall Girts (2’ O/C)
✔️ 2x8 SYP Double Top Plates
✔️ 2x6 CCA Treated Bottom Plate
✔️ Rat guard and fascia trim standard
✔️ One 3’ entry door
✔️ One 10’ wide x 8’ tall framed opening
✔️ You can choose your door and opening locations
✔️ You choose your metal and trim colors
• 29 gauge Painted metal upgrade +$650
• One 10x40 porch w/ Galvalume metal +$1,125
• Fully Insulated R 10.7 fiberglass upgrade +$1,700
• One extra door opening +$300
• One 3x4 window +$300
💥Additional options are available!
🔨 DIY kit is available with shipping!
Building does not include:
•Leveled Dirt Pad. This is required before we install the building
•Shipping not included! Ask for a price!
•Overhead doors not included!
•Concrete slab not included! If needed, you install after the building is constructed.
•You must provide the sacked concrete bags to go in post holes for uplift protection from wind
Sale Ends Monday, September 30,2019!
☎️ We are located in Tahlequah, OK. 918.458.0827 Call, text or send us a message for more info!
Our service area to build includes Select areas of Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri and North Texas.
Our DIY kits can be shipped anywhere in the contiguous US within 30 days! Financing is available!
This Special has EXPIRED!
Remember this building is still available for purchase at our standard pricing.
Request your quote today!
Launch of our November Special
•Garage•Workshop•Man Cave•RV Shed•Ag Barn•Hay Storage•Horse Barn•Riding Arena•Boat Storage•
Prices shown to include:
• Labor to Erect where applicable
• Screw attached 29-gauge 40-year warranty painted metal with 18 color choices for additional price
• Rat guard and fascia trim are standard
• One 3’ all steel entry door
• One 10’ wide x max height framed opening
Prices shown do NOT include:
• Shipping of materials – tell us the property address or zip code for a price
• Level dirt pad construction – service not provided
• Concrete slab – Optional, not required for a pole barn. Service not provided.
• Overhead Door – ask about service availability in your area
• 80lb concrete bags for post holes – customer to provide
• Equipment rental when needed – customer to provide
Financing is available!
Other sizes and options available up to 60’ wide and 18′ side wall.
We look forward to hearing from you! God Bless!
20x30x10 (3/12) = $8,055
30x40x10 (3/12) = $10,000
30x50x10 (3/12) = $10,975
30x60x12 (3/12) = $13,240
40x50x10 (3/12) = $14,080
40x60x12 (3/12) = $17,150
40x60x14 (3/12) = $18,150
40x60x16 (3/12) = $21,170 (3 80lb Bags /Post)
40x80x16 (3/12) = $26,530 (3 80lb Bags /Post)
50x80x16 (4/12) = $31,305 (3 80lb Bags /Post)
60x80x16 (3.75/12) = $40,165 (3 80lb Bags /Post)
60x120x16 (3.75/12) = $51,100 (3 80lb Bags /Post)
60x80x18 (3.75/12) = $41,410 (3 80lb Bags /Post)
60x120x18 (3.75/12) = $57,900 (3 80lb Bags /Post)
We are currently serving select areas of Oklahoma,
Kansas, Texas, and Missouri.
Book your free 90 minute design consultation
Families living in barns, barndominiums and post frame homes often say that they have a sense of the simpler times of our ancestors as they labored to get food for their families. Why not have that old fashioned, simple life without the smell of livestock or hay, even if the barn home looks like a horse barn or storage shed on the outside.
Here in Oklahoma, we see various styles of barns, old and new. The reason for this is that our history indicates that many different types of people settled here in the Tahlequah area, from farmers to horse enthusiasts to tradesman and even large families needing extra storage.