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Contemporary Alternative to Stables

American Barns are a popular alternative to traditional, exterior stabling. Arranged around a central passageway, these buildings make for an efficient working environment for Stud Farms, Liveries and Riding Schools with everything kept under one roof, providing excellent shelter from the year round elements.

Chart Stables offers a superb range of American Barns that we deliver and install at your site, or make available for self-build.

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Main Features Optional Extras
Structure Walls are built with 100mm x 50mm (4” x 2”) pressure treated timber framing spaced at 600mm (2’) centres
Internal Stalls Timber framed, constructed with 100mm x 50mm (4” x 2”) timber and lined with 18mm OS kickboard to 1.2m (4’) high

The upper section is constructed using 20mm galvanised steel bars spaced at 75mm (3”) centres
Guttering Half-round, black guttering and downpipes are fitted to both sides of the building
Kickboards 18mm (¾”) OS kickboards to 1.2m (4’) high Fully lined to eaves if required
Doors Sliding external door

Side hinged stable doors
Stable doors can be fitted to the rear of each Stall

Personal access doors are available
Roof Black Onduline roof sheeting

One clear roof sheet per stall
Underline the Black Onduline roof with 11mm OS Board

Upgrade to coloured Onduline, Onduvilla tiles, felt tiles or Green mineral felt
Windows A choice of windows is available as optional extras including a six-bladed louvered window lined on the inside with heavy-duty galvanised bars or American Barn style top stable doors
Ventilation Two timber louvred ventilation grilles are fitted to each gable end
Barge Boards All in pressure treated, prepared timber, fixed with rust-resisting nails
Anti-Chew Anti-chew strips cap the top of the bottom stable doors, extending 381mm (15") down the front and around the top door opening surround
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