Barn Aid #1: Barn Foundations. Analyzes major problems of stone, concrete and concrete block foundations and shows how to remedy them. Includes a checklist for investigating foundation repairs and a guide for estimating costs.
Barn Aid #2: New Spaces for Old Places. Describes how to increase clearspan space inside older barns by replacing posts and beams with trusses. Includes drawings and cost estimates.
Barn Aid #3: Barn Exteriors and Painting. Information on common siding problems and repair, preparing your barn for painting and getting the best possible paint job.
Barn Aid #4: Barn Roofs. How to repair and replace roofing on historic barns.
National Park Service Preservation Brief 20: The Preservation of Historic Barns
Washington State Department of Archaeology & Historic Preservation Barn Roof Replacement Guide
Goodman, Jennifer and Bill Kimball. Protecting Older and Historic Barns through Barn Preservation Programs. Washington, DC: National Trust for Historic Preservation, n.d.
Humstone, Mary. Barn Again! A Guide to Rehabilitation of Older Farm Buildings. Des Moines, IA: Meredith Corporation and the National Trust for Historic Preservation, 1988.
Humstone, Mary M. and Dexter W. Johnson. Using Old Farm Buildings. Washington, DC: National Trust for Historic Preservation, n.d.
Klamkin, Charles. Barns: Their History, Preservation and Restoration. New York: Hawthorn, 1973.