American Barns are large timber-built barns housing everything required to stable horses under one roof. Arranged around a well ventilated airy central alley, American barns traditionally include stabling, a tack room, storage for hay and feed, along with areas for grooming in all weathers. Other amenities to consider are wash bays with a solarium and also bathroom facilities.
Our American Barns offer the ultimate in luxury for any equestrian yard. They lend themselves to larger projects, however, can be customised and used for smaller schemes. Just ask us for details and we can map the design to your specifications. We offer a full design, supply and build service and are happy to work with your local contractors.
Cheval Liberté offer the best American Barns for your equestrian requirements. This coupled with our range of internal stabling enables you to comfortably house your horses and conveniently store equipment.
Our barns come in a modular format and can be installed to any size. Hinged or Sliding Barn doors can be installed at both ends to create optimal ventilation and are ideal for use with larger vehicles.
For more information please get in touch with us – we have many years experience of designing, supplying and installing barns of all sizes and styles.
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We offer full installation for all of our equestrian buildings throughout the UK & Europe
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We will send you full details of the groundwork and foundations that are required prior to the construction of the stable or barn. We generally recommend that this work is carried out by a local construction company.
Yes! Our equestrian buildings are manufactured to order and delivered complete, ready for smooth efficient construction on site. We are happy to provide full instructions and support for you, or a local contractor to erect the stable. See our post on Self-build Stable Kits.
The need for planning permission for stables will depend on whether the stables fit within the permitted development criteria of your local area. You may need to contact your local planning authority (LPA).
Read more in our blog post: Do I Need Planning Permission For Stables?
A well-constructed and maintained stable can offer your horse a place of safety that it finds comforting as well as protection from the weather. It also enables you more control of your horses’ diet and their environment. Ultimately the requirement for a stable depends on the preferences and needs of your horse. Read more in our blog post here.
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