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North Carolina Workshop & Garage Kits

DC Structures is a nationwide barn kit seller that specializes in North Carolina workshop and garage kits. Whether you’re thinking about building a workshop to hone your craft or a garage to store all your outdoor toys and equipment, DC Structures can bring you one step closer to living your passions more fully.

Our kits can be modified as standalone work spaces or hybrid homes. Garages and workshops with upstairs living quarters are an efficient and cost-effective way to blur the lines between work and play. Regardless of your hobbies or specific requests, we can adapt one of our top-of-the-line kits to meet your lifestyle needs.

All DC Structures kits are built to last, drawing on the reliable method of post-and-beam construction. The way we see it, there’s no point in adding a garage or workshop to your property if it’s not going to be around in 40 years. Post-and-beam buildings will remain standing for 100 years or more if given proper attention and maintenance over time, which makes them a much better investment than their pole barn counterparts.

Take a look at our project gallery and digital catalog for a better sense of how we can bring your visions for your North Carolina property to life. We’d love to be your partner in this important life decision.

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Thinking about adding a garage or workshop to your own North Carolina property?

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Testimonials

  • “I'm not that easy to please, but I can tell you DC structures not only met but exceeded my expectations.”
    — Bob Coen—Damascus, OR
  • “Our animals are around us constantly; we are able to have our dogs, horses and cats in one location so we don’t have to be commuting to take care of them.”
    — Jeff Meyer—Fairplay, CO
  • “We've lived on this property for 22 years and it’s a wonderful piece of property with spectacular views. The barn looks like it should have always been here.”
    — Brian Sonnenberg—West Linn, OR