Delivering and Leveling the 12 x 12 Lofted Barn
We found out that there is a long wait right now if you order anything. And every time we looked, there were fewer available.
And I was kinda over talking about and looking at sheds. We bought the 12 x 12 LP Lofted Barn. The cash price was $3969.00. It came with the double doors, one window and 3-tier shelves.
We were very close, so they were able to deliver it right away.
The barn looks a lot bigger. 12 x 12 is pretty big.
They backed it in by the house.
That’s the spot where we are putting it. There are no windows on this wall. Our bedroom is on the other side of the wall.
The trailer can go in literally any direction. Even up and down and tilting at angles.
It is nearly all done with a remote control.
It is a Hand held Multi-Function Radio Remote Control Transmitter made by Mobile Machine Control Transmitters.
Mobile Machine Control Transmitters T110C Hand held Multi-Function Radio Remote Control Transmitter
An easy-to-use FHSS weatherproof remote control with 10 button / 20 function controls and three shift functions for momentary, non-latched and latched controls. It features three configuration modes to control power up and shut down, can be easily recharged and features an impact resistant plastic exterior designed for demanding industrial environments.
They can work on all kinds of different trucks. This is probably the same remote control that the cement truck guys were using.
He went pretty fast, Just eased the barn right into it’s spot.
Cliff had measured ahead of time and put in some block to show about where we want it.
Even as big as the thing is, he was able to get it really close to the wall. You can see the level in this photo, too. The next thing he did is to measure and level for the block.
He lifted the barn with the trailer to get block up under the middle of the barn.
Block comes in a lot of different sizes. They used the different thicknesses to level up the barn.
They made sure each block was level and dug out a little to level the ground under them.
This jack can hold the whole barn up on a corner.
See how it is sliding off the block in the back? Once they had the front block all level and under it, they jacked up the back and straightened these block.
They had some wood shims for a couple of places.
Cliff checked before they left. All level on the inside.