Metal Equestrian Barn in Midland, Texas
Sunward Steel Buildings, Inc., manufactured and provided this pre-engineered steel building for a customer located in Midland, Texas, in January of 2015.
Currently, the rugged, low-maintenance metal building functions as an equestrian barn, providing a safe dry space to groom and house horses while protecting them from extreme temperatures and the elements. Equal parts attractive and functional, the steel horse barn is easy to clean and maintain, and it is also easily adaptable, should the need arise to add stalls, storage areas or more space for grooming and related efforts.
Safe, Affordable Boarding Solutions for Horses
Sunward Steel designs and fabricates a wide range of steel buildings that accommodate varying equestrian needs, from private horse barns for residential properties to large-scale stables, boarding facilities and riding arenas. All steel equestrian buildings are customizable in terms of insulation, appearance, windows and doors, and the number of stalls, among other areas, and all provide comfortable, multi-season spaces to store animals, feed, tack and related gear or supplies.
This particular steel horse barn is located within the Southern Plains of west Texas, an area known for its oil and gas industry, and falls within the state’s Permian Basin Area. A part of Midland County and the Midland – Odessa, Texas, combined statistical area, the city of Midland sits about halfway between the cities of Fort Worth and El Paso.
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Offering ample curb appeal, this prefabricated metal horse barn boasts a striking, Sahara Tan exterior and a complementing, corrosion-resistant Galvalume roof with Colony Green trim and a 2:12 roof pitch. Comprised of the strongest steel currently available in the American market, the building stands 24’x36’x10’ in size and offers unrivaled strength and durability, giving equestrian enthusiasts peace of mind that their animals will stay safe, secure and protected, regardless of climate conditions.
To help keep rainwater from pooling at the barn’s foundation, the horse barn features a 4” rain gutter across four locations. The metal barn also boasts several customizations added in in compliance with local building codes and in consideration of the region’s typical weather patterns, among them a 4.2-pound snow load and a 90-mph wind speed rating.