Mobile Stables, delivered and installed in Staffordshire

12ft x 24ft consisting of 2 x 12×12 Stables on galvanized steel skids

*Height to eaves 2350mm
*Height to apex 3050mm
*Standard overhang 950mm
*Framework 100mm x 50mm (4”x2”) pressure treated
*Weatherboard cladding 15mm x 125mm pressure treated
*Roof joists 125mm x 50mm P.A.R pressure treated
*Black onduline (Steel and fibre cement roofing systems also available) 
*Galvanised ridge capping
*Bottom doors complete with galvanised furniture including 250mm deep chew strip
*Kick-boards 1.2 high in 11mm OSB

These mobile stables are also available in our shiplap cladding

Shiplap cladding is a smooth timber that butts together whereas the weatherboard cladding overlaps slightly and is a more rough sawn in appearance for a more rustic look.

All timbers used are pressure treated . Pressure treated timber is produced by forcing a chemical preservative into the wood. The timber is placed into a pressure treatment tank where the treatment is applied with pressure. This penetrates deep into the timber, which makes the timber more durable, and able to withstand exposure to the elements and moisture. The treatment extends the lifespan of the wood, making it more cost effective in the long run over untreated timber. For more details on the pressure treatment process visit