Equestrian Steel Buildings

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Metal Horse Barns & Stables

If you have horses, your main priority while constructing is to keep them safe in their equestrian building, riding arena, and shelter. You want to have a stylish and durable equestrian. Wooden barns do not last long and carry their own safety risks. You can consider using steel to construct your equestrian barn as it is durable, strong, rot and pest resistant, and economical.

For all your steel needs, you can go to Armstrong Steel that is ideal for commercial, residential, industrial, and agricultural constructions.

Why Choose Armstrong Steel

Armstrong Steel is your best choice for your equestrian facility since you will get custom-made designs for your stable, indoor riding arena, horse shelter and anything else you need for you and your horses. We have the best designers who will listen to your dreams and our engineers will turn them into reality. Feel free to contact us and get your equestrian project started.

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What to Look Out for While Constructing Equestrian Building

When constructing an equestrian building, you need to take the design and safety of your horses into consideration. Horses will spend most of their lives there and they need to be comfortable and safe just like you are at home. Here are some things to look out for during construction:

  • The size of the equestrian that is determined by the usage and number of horses. The daily usage can help determine the amount of space required. If you will have an arena, you will see if the area will be covered and how many people you can accommodate.
  • You also need to figure out the type of building you want.
  • Ventilation is the most important thing when constructing the equestrian as the horses need to have sufficient airflow.
  • You also need to figure out the design of the indoor and outdoor areas. For the interior, you can take the size of the horse and the provisions that need to be stored into consideration. For the exterior, you can consider the riding area and parking space and the turning area for delivery trucks.

Why Use Steel for Your Equestrian

Steel is recommended when constructing your equestrian and you can also use it for additional accessories. By using steel, you ensure that your building can withstand weather changes, will not be affected by pests, and will save your money.

Safety

The safety of your horses is important. Equestrian steel buildings are safe and secure. They are not fire resistant like wooden structures and you will not have to worry about the horse shelter rotting and collapsing any time soon. Steel riding arenas and steel horse arenas are also safe for both horses and spectators. When you have an event, you will not have to worry about the audience stands collapsing due to the excitement. Rowdy horses will also be easily controlled and restrained in the meta horse barns.

Durability

Your equestrian facility needs to be durable and steel will ensure that it can withstand adverse weather conditions together with the normal use. When you choose to have a covered riding arena, you can increase the durability since the area will be better protected. The structures can also be easily relocated without fear of them getting damaged as they can easily be assembled and disassembled.

Minimal maintenance

With steel, you can be sure to spend less time and money on maintenance. As long as the steel equestrian is well constructed, you will not have to handle pests or have to treat the area to prevent rot. All you have to do is ensure that your horses are well fed, groomed and the horse arena is well kept and you are good to go.

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Warranties and Service

Brand Armstrong Steel
Available Products I-Beam Framing: 26 Gauge Sheeting, C-Channel Framing: 26
I-Beam Structural Warranty 50 Years
Add Colors Roof, Trim, Walls
Structural Warranty 50 Years
Paint Warranty 40 Years
Galvalume Roof Warranty 35 Years
Project Manager Included at No Additional Cost

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