Then along came the modular stable. Every horse mad kid that wanted a pony could theoretically now have one in their own backyard, if their parents could be talked into converting the precious garden into a paddock. The structures were quick and easy to place, and provided natural insulation with their wood walls.
There are many advantages to a wooden structure over a metal or brick structure. Wood absorbs sound and moisture, which makes the environment drier for the health of your horse and quieter. You don’t have to worry about condensation that metal produces and you and your horse are not subject to noises caused by the creaking of the metal during rapid temperature changes or during high winds
Wooden structures are not just warmer than metal or brick in winter, but also cooler than metal structures during summer months.
Another factor that horse owners don’t always consider, is that a wrongly placed kick from a horse that hits the side of a building fashioned out of metal, will assuredly result in a serious injury to the horse.
I was visiting a neighbor some years ago and he proudly showed me around his brand new metal building. Inside he had placed gates in squares to house the horses for his sales business. The horses were bedded on shavings, and the tin walls formed one wall of their living space. Outside the building, horses grazed in the pasture adjacent to the metal walls.
Needless to say I pointed out the hazard of the proximity of metal to horse hooves and the neighbor thanked me and promptly had a protective wooden wall installed around the interior of the building. However, to this day horses still graze right up to those outside walls. A foolish risk to take but one that sadly many folks overlook until it is too late.
Sliding stall fronts must be supported by an overhead track. Some people familiar with the traditional style horse stall door would argue these can become difficult to slide over time and are plagued with problems. Our track and roller design will not build up with debris as many other track systems do as our sealed bearing rollers require no maintenance. This is the best system on the market for sliding horse stall doors.
Hinged horse stall doors add an elegant look and are very functional horse stalls. This style of horse stall allow for a more open concept design than a sliding stall door. Hinged stall doors make for an elegant appearance, such as that offered by the European horse stall design. As you will see, we can also add the hinged door horse stall design to a more tradition horse stall front.
Hinged horse stall doors need room to swing out into the barn aisle meaning your barn aisle must be fairly wide to allow for proper funtion. This is especially true if you have two rows of stalls directly across from one another.
There is good reason that run-in sheds are made out of wood.
Additionally wood structures are very easy to redesign and manipulate if you want to add on to them, or reconfigure the interior space.
When you consider the design and features of your new barn building, whether you opt for a traditional shed row stableyard or a center aisle barn, it is smart to pay attention to where the barn will be situated and how it is kickboarded and sided.
|Product Name||Luxury Eco Environment Portable Horse Stable Box Easy To Install|
|Main pipe(Square pipe)||50*50mm* 2mm thickness|
|Round pipe||25mm OD|
|U-bar||48mm, 2mm thickness|
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