The Cook Lofted Barn is the perfect shed for anyone who needs vertical space to store larger items. Our number one selling shed provides plenty of overhead storage room and along with the Lofted Garage has the most cubic space of our building styles.
Raised Loft Height
Upgrade to heavy duty floor
The heavy duty floor includes 3/4″ treated decking and floor joists 12″ on center with a weight limit of 65 lbs. per sq. ft. The heavy duty floor is standard on all garage style buildings.
Shutters and Flowerbox
Shutters are offered in 9” x 36” and Flowerboxes are offered in 24”
Door Options and Placement
Doors can be placed on any side of building
Additional doors can be added in the following sizes:
- 36” single door
- 48” single door
- 68” double doors
- 82” double doors
- 36″ x 72″ Steel Door with Window
Various Window Size Options
Available sizes include:
- 24” x 36” Standard Window
- Octagon Window (Not available in all states)
Choice of Window Placement
Overhead Door Package
Not available in all states
8 Ft Wide
8′ x 12′
10 Ft Wide
10′ x 10′
10′ x 12′
10′ x 14′
10′ x 16′
10′ x 20′
12 Ft Wide
12′ x 12′
12′ x 14′
12′ x 16′
12′ x 20′
12′ x 24′
12′ x 28′
12′ x 32′
Choose the 8-foot Lofted Barn for medium storage needs with plenty of loft space for boxes. Or it can be easily converted into a hunting cabin.
Select the 10-foot Lofted Barn for medium storage needs or to convert into a hobby space or workshop.
Pick the 12-foot Lofted Barn for storing large items like furniture or vehicles.
Standard Dimensions and Specifications
The peak of the 12′ wide building is about 11’6″
The overhead storage is about 3′ 6″ at the peak
The interior sidewall height is 6′ 3 ″
Eight-foot wide buildings have a 48″ single door with a 47″ opening
Ten-foot wide buildings have 68″ double doors with a 66″ opening
Twelve-foot wide buildings have 82″ double doors with a 80″ opening
Twelve-foot wide buildings are measured eave to eave.
The standard floor includes 5/8″ treated decking and floor joists 16″ on center with a weight limit of 40 lbs. per sq. ft.
The loft floor can be raised 6″ for an additional cost of $100. This will reduce the available loft space
There is no discount for the removal of the loft floor
A 36″ x 72″ steel door can only be added on the gable ends of the building
If this doesn’t look like the right style for you, check out the Garden Shed instead.