We offer a variety of garage doors, from a 6x6 up to a 14x14 size door. Our roll up garage doors can be placed on either the ends of your building or even on the sides, provided there is enough clearance. We will work with you to ensure that you have the exact garage doors you need to make moving equipment and livestock simple. Nothing is worse than realizing you don’t have enough clearance after the fact, so be sure to spend some time considering everything you plan to store inside your metal barn.
All of our metal buildings are customizable to include windows. Our windows are available in 24x36, 30x30 and 30x36 options. Several windows may installed throughout the structure. Windows are a great addition if you plan to do any work in the space. Natural light can make all the difference as you spend time working in your barn.
Walk-in doors are available in 36x80, which is standard residential room door size. These can be placed on either end or on the sides of your stricture depending on leg height. Each door comes with its own set of keys for added security. The addition of walk-in doors makes it simple to visit livestock or pop between jobs on the farm. Talk to us about the options available for your specific structure style.
Corner Braces are constructed of galvanized steel. They are U-shaped braces and are available in either 2 or 3 feet long. We recommend adding 2' braces to buildings up to 8' tall (leg height), and over 9' we recommend using 3' braces on every leg (the posts or columns that join the base to the roof and provide the height of the building) to strengthen the metal barn even more.
All of our metal buildings can be insulated at an additional cost. To do this, a layer of insulation is placed between metal sheeting that constructs the walls. It is a good idea to insulate your metal horse barn at the time of construction if it is something you think you may eventually do. This will make the process the most cost-effective and simple. For colder climates, this is a must.
Externally, walls can be added to make a covered entryway into your barn or create a lean-to carport on the side of your metal horse garage. Internally, if you want to partition off parts of your barn, walls can be erected as long as the legs and base allow, which will depend on your chosen design.
Typically the main doorways are left open on large horse barns. If you do this on one or more of the building's sections, you can frame out the doorways in a contrasting color for a more traditional farm look.