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Owning a horse or a few horses is a common past time in the United States and other parts of the world. Taking good care of your horses is as important as taking good care of your children. The decision to build a horse barn should not be a spur of the moment decision as it requires careful planning and budgeting to build a barn that will suit the needs of the horse, meet building codes and stay in budget.
Lipton Buildings specializes in horse barns, arenas, horse shelters, vet clinics, equestrian facilities and ranch buildings. We work hard to construct a beautiful, durable and efficient barn that meets your budget.
The weather conditions in the area where you live are one of the most important factors when planning a horse barn. Warmer temperatures probably will not require a totally enclosed area for the horses while colder conditions likely will. Zoning regulations, building codes and the amount of space you have available will be big deciding factors in the type of barn you build however. Because zoning regulations and building codes varies, it’s best to check with the local authorities to find out what will be required.
When planning your horse barn, you’ll want to take into account that horses will need shelter from the weather. A totally enclosed barn with stall space, access to food and water as well as proper ventilation is important. You may also want to include an area for tack storage within the barn, which is recommended. Once you’ve budgeted for what you have planned, obtained the necessary permits and approval, it’s time to get to work building the horse barn.
Call a Lipton Building specialist today and get a free estimate.