Quaker Barns

For quality made sheds in South East Queensland


Quaker Barns will give you extra style and much more head-room if you choose this unique looking shed. Whether you need more height to fit in something tall, or you wish to add a second floor to your garage, the Quaker Barn can be the right choice.

The Quaker Barn boasts wide, open space, starting at a width of 6m and supplied in either vertical or horizontal cladding. These unique designs make the most of upstairs space, making them a practical solution for that holiday block, studio apartment, or alternative living arrangement. These are also widely used as double garages with massive storage capacity.

Large Industrial Quaker Barn

High Gable end walls allow for the use of tall roller doors in the gable part of the building, providing easy access for your truck, boat, horse float, or caravan.

The addition of a lean-to provides extra parking space or somewhere to keep the wood dry.

Colours can be mixed and matched with the use of Colorbond steel.

Quaker Barn with Annexe

Second level can be used as an additional bedroom or rumpus room.

Undercover access offers rain protection.

Windows can be configured for upstairs with ease.

Quaker Barn with Closed-In Lean-to

Bull-nosed verandas available.

Living area and kitchen can be organised for downstairs whilst the enclosed lean-to provides ample room for parking your car.

Second level windows can make the most of sensational views.

Glass sliding doors can be added for that touch of style.

Quaker Barn with Horizontal Cladding

Horizontal cladding can be added to any Quaker barn.

Window position can be adjusted to suit your particular needs.

Quaker Barn with Veranda

Add style to your Quaker Barn with the addition of a balcony. Ideal for relaxing, entertaining, or having a nice outside meal.

Position windows and sliding doors at your discretion.

Colorbond colours can be used to soften the feel of steel.

Quaker Barn with Vertical Cladding

Choice of vertical or horizontal cladding.

Position doors and windows wherever you want.

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Why your next outbuilding should be a Quaker Barn

Outbuildings come in all shapes and sizes, with factors such as use, age and available materials all playing a part in the final product. For contemporary property owners planning to install an outbuilding on their land, there are a number of additional considerations to bear in mind. From the need for enhanced versatility through to space constraints, modern outbuildings often need to tick a different set of boxes to their predecessors. Here we take a look at three key reasons that a growing number of individuals are opting for a Quaker barn as their outbuilding style of choice.

Interested in finding out more about the cost-effective, durable Quaker barns available? Get in touch with our team

Quaker barns are versatile

Arguably one of the most adaptable barn shapes on the market, the joy of a Quaker barn is that it can be used for almost any purpose. The significant height of the building lends itself to storing larger pieces of plant or machinery that wouldn’t fit in a building of standard height. The addition of an extra level offers a great chance to create more rooms or extra storage space. The design of the barn means that very little of the interior space is wasted, and with the opportunity to design in multiple layouts, the barn can be repurposed at a later date to keep pace with changing requirements.

Build high rather than build wide

Land prices are rising, which means acreage is precious! As a Quaker barn is a high building, it’s often possible to end up with a good volume of interior space without the need to use a large amount of land. For space-pressed property owners, or those who want to optimise the value of their property, a Quaker barn can be an excellent investment.

Durable materials and construction for long-lasting performance

Quaker barns can be made out of a wide range of materials, depending on budget and preferences. The material that’s likely to give the greatest longevity is metal. Coated metal, along with suitable thermal and acoustic insulation, offers a number of advantages. These include:

  • Resistance to rain and temperature changes.
  • Resistance to corrosion.
  • Resistance to mold, bacteria and biological degradation.
  • Significant strength.
  • Metal is a relatively lightweight material, minimising unacceptable levels of load on joists and foundations.
  • Great range of colours.
  • Metal barns are quick to build and, if properly constructed and installed, will give decades of useful service.

For all these reasons and more, Quaker barns are usually a good investment to make. Particularly in circumstances where land use and priorities may change over the years, a Quaker barn can be adapted and modified to suit the required purpose. We provide a complete design and consultation service for Quaker barns and a wide selection of other sheds and outbuildings.

Contact our experienced, knowledgeable team to find out more about the buildings we can provide and the benefits that a Quaker barn could bring to your property and business or personal activities.