Size: 4,875 sq. ft.
Architect: Ted Jasinski, Frederick Ward Associates
General Contractor: Paul Risk Construction, Quarryville, Pennsylvania
Roofing Installer: Agpoint Construction Services, Quarryville, Pennsylvania
Windows: Viwinco Windows
Insulation: Owens-Corning R-19
Roof Panels: McElroy Metal Medallion-Lok 16” wide panels with double pencil ribs, standing seam, coated with Sherwin-Williams Fluropon PVDF coating
Walls: Exterior stained 1×12 Rough Sawn Cedar Board and Batten; Interior stained T1-11
Trusses: RigidPly Rafters
Snow Guards: S-5! ColorGard
Additional Details: Custom Amish-made cedar barn doors and cupolas with copper roof
Located in an upscale rural neighborhood in Churchville, Maryland, this high-end, 4,875-sq. ft. post-frame barn features top-of-the-line products, including the retaining wall, exterior siding, custom doors and a 7,500-sq. ft. McElroy Metal Medallion-Lok standing seam roof.
One of the special features is an interior loft that measures 1,880 sq. ft. and overlooks the pasture below. Windowed dormers in the loft area provide plenty of light into the building. The 14’ wide doors accommodate equipment stored in the barn.
The interior of the barn is sided with T-111 clear cedar siding, featuring grooves 8” on center. The T-111 siding is also wrapped around the bottom 4’ of the interior glulam columns. The interior of the windows and doors are all carefully trimmed with the T-111 siding. The exterior siding is 1’ by 12’ #1 cedar board and batten siding.
The charcoal gray roof with PVDF coating features 16” wide panels with double pencil ribs and various pitches, some as steep as 9:12. Copper roofing tops off the cupolas. ColorGard by S-5! snow guard solution is mounted to the roof, penetration-free, complementing the look of the roof with perfect color and finish matching designed to last the life of the roof.