Field Shelters Staffordshire

 

Here at Finer Stables we manufacture an extensive range of field shelters available for delivery and installation in the Staffordshire areas.

Every shelter and stable is fully customisable to your  requirements, ensuring you and your animals get the perfect shelter to suit your needs.

Manufactured to the following standard high specification

Specification
*Height to eaves 2235mm (Plus skids)
*Height to apex 3100mm (Plus skids)
*Standard overhang 950mm on all apex roofs
*Framework 75mm x 50mm (3”x2”) pressure treated
*Weatherboard cladding 15mm x 125mm pressure treated
*Shiplap cladding 19mm x 125mm pressure treated
*Kickboards inside 1.2 high 11mm OSB
*Roof joists 125mm x 50mm P.A.R pressure treated
*Black onduline
*Galvanised ridge capping

All field shelters can be made mobile with the addition of our mobile skids

We offer 2 options on skids to allow your  shelter to be mobile

Timber Skids, our timber skids are heavy duty and constructed using 5″ x 3″ pressure treated timber and come complete with galvanised tow eyes.

Galvanised steel skids, they are heavy duty, constructed from 100mm x 50mm box section galvanised steel with tow eyes fitted to enable you to move your field shelters easily.

Field shelters  Staffordshire are available for free delivery

For a fast free no obligation quotation Contact Us

We only use timber from FSC Regulated Forests 

Forests help us more than we think
Forests regulate our climate, clean the air we breathe, and filter the water we drink. They also provide habitat for more than two-thirds of terrestrial wildlife and plants. They are one of our most important resources, offering a renewable supply of the materials and goods we need for a more sustainable future.
Climate change is a defining challenge of our time. One of the most effective ways to combat climate change is with healthy, resilient forests.
Forests help regulate our climate by absorbing and retaining carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. The healthier the forest, the more carbon it can capture and store.
But today, the destruction of forests accounts for at least 10 per cent of annual carbon emissions. When forests are responsibly managed so biodiversity is maintained, the plants and trees within them can extract more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and slow climate change.