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Answered: Have barn beam, need 3 tenons............

You gotta cut tenons, guy. They fit into mortises, and you gotta cut those too. That is old fashioned wood working so let me turn you on to where I got the info.

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I also have a bunk bed set from Barn Door...I can maybe help you by giving you all the sizes of screws and bolts that you need.

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Not sure when you posted this, but I think I have this type of furniture with a desk.

Answered: Steel Buildings Barns

Metal is a good choice in building barns. But the length depends on what material you will be using; metal requires the closer distance in order to make sure that it doesn't bend, but wood is limited to the length of the board.

Answered: How can I get rid of birds in my barn, they have made a big mess! Thanks

Birds in barns can be a hassle. Try netting the desired area in order to force the birds to relocate. If that does not work consider trying an outdoor sound deterrent, such as the Bird Chase Super Sonic, from Absolute Bird Control. This product emits distress calls and will frighten the birds ...

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You can check it with a level. Open the door to the spot where it starts to open by itself, set your level against the edge of the door on the knob side. You will be able see if the door is plumb. Also check the wall on the hinge side and see how plumb that is... if it is not plumb and the door was ...

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