Live in A Piece of History

Heritage Restorations restores and re-erects historic timber frame buildings from the 18th and 19th centuries including old barns, houses, hand-hewn log cabins and mills. These time-tested, hand-crafted structures are then combined with modern, energy-efficient designs and materials to make beautiful and unique post and beam spaces, barn homes, rustic barn houses and cabins, commercial spaces, wedding and event venues.


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Now Open in New York

We’ve opened a new outlet in Duanesburg, New York, five miles southwest of Albany and 2.5 hours from New York City and Boston. We’re stocking a wide variety of antique wood materials including hand-hewn and sawn beams in all sizes, barn siding: grey, brown and red-crackle barn siding in all widths…


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Design / Build Services

If you have an architect or contractor already, we can work closely with them to assure your dreams become reality. Or our in-house architectural design team and our contracting crew can also undertake your project in part or whole. We have completed hundreds of unique structures around the world in all sizes and styles. No two of our projects are the same.


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Barn Home Showcase

With more than two centuries of stories to tell, these elegant, hand-crafted masterpieces speak of quality, craftsmanship and tradition to all who enter them.

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Available Frames

Combining Old World architectural forms dating back centuries with the virgin forest resources of the New World resulted in handcrafted barns that can never be reproduced again.

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  • We wanted to build a house which symbolized our love for the land. One of the best parts of our barn project was getting to know the Heritage Restorations team members. Each one seemed to share our enthusiasm for the site, design, construction and care for the barn. We worked together to achieve a balance between reclaiming the history of the barn [while using modern] design and construction techniques which promote a comfortable home.

    P. H.
    P. H.Valley Mills, TX
  • We could not be happier or more pleased with our barn and our working relationship. The barn has transformed our business. The project turned out great and now the barn is the number one reason people choose our facility for their functions.

    M.M.Austin, TX
  • The Joiners Trade
    The Joiners Trade
    We just completed another timber framing class here at Ploughshare in which we built a new timber frame of a 24 x 24 building. This is a three-day class that has bit off more than it can chew in three days and which we need to expand to at least five days. The class calls […]
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  • Old World Meets New
    Old World Meets New
    More than any other factor, what differentiated American timber framing from its predecessors in the Old World was when the Old World pioneers came to America, they were confronted with a very different building reality in that the materials they had on hand to build with, namely trees, were vastly different from their experience in […]
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  • Why were so many barns painted red?
    Why were so many barns painted red?
    Many years ago, choices for paints, sealers and other building materials did not exist. Farmers had to be resourceful in finding or making a paint that would protect and seal the wood on their barns. Hundreds of years ago, many farmers would seal their barns with linseed oil, which is an orange-colored oil derived from […]
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