Yankee Barn Homes understands custom designing and building a home is exciting, yet may be daunting for some. YBH is highly skilled at taking you from conceptualization to build. We have the process down to a fine science. Our in-house team utilizes the latest in computerized programs, allowing for complete design flexibility. While custom building is about personal taste, need and comfort, as well as return on investment, these 6 features from YBH remain key to a successful build.
Build with Yankee Barn Homes
DESIGN – The YBH in-house design team turns your wish list into a three-dimensional reality, culminating in a virtual walk-through of your custom designed home. This unique experience is cost effect as changes are made prior to production.
HIGH R VALUE – Additional insulation is the #1 way to save money. YBH offers high R-values in our True Wall Panels™ (26 up to 38) and True Roof Panels™ (44 to 66) to create exceptional passive energy savings. This translates to low-cost utility expenses. Additional benefit to increased insulation is an extremely quiet house.
FLOOR PLAN FLEXIBILITY – All Yankee Barn homes are custom designs. We offer vast flexibility in floor plans due in part to the post and beam frame (full or partial) and now offer fully panelized builds. Open floor plans are popular for today’s active lifestyle. YBH creates dramatic open floor plans while retaining a sense of traditional character and charm.
ENERGY SAVING WINDOWS – Yankee Barn Homes uses Energy Star Gold Standard window products. These windows, available in a multitude of design and color options, increase the passive energy savings of our homes.
CURB APPEAL – The language your home speaks when you arrive at the front door can range from Wow to something less exciting. The YBH Design Team has years of skilled experience employing strong architectural elements for maximum appeal.
UP FRONT BUDGET PLAN – Yankee Barn’s strength in planning a home translates to increased budget savings. A well-planned project accommodates budget requirements up front and wards off cost over-runs during construction.