U Shape Stable Block
This U shape stable block is a bespoke building was designed for our clients in Buckinghamshire.
*Framework 100mm x 50mm (4”x2”) pressure treated
*Shiplap cladding 19mm x 125mm pressure treated
*Roof joists 125mm x 50mm P.A.R pressure treated
*Apex roof with terracotta box profile tile effect roofing complete with anti condensation treatment.
*Extended overhang, oak post supports and bracing arms
*Full height ply kick boards
*Front louvre windows with grills
*Rear opening top doors complete with chew surrounds
*Gable end vents
*Top and bottom doors complete with chew surrounds
*Front and rear guttering including down pipes
We designed and manufactured this beautiful stable block to suit our customers requirements:
The design includes our extended overhang. The extended over hang protects from the variety of different weather conditions. On this particular design the overhang is underlined in shiplap cladding and finished with 6 x 6 planed all round green oak posts for support and then decorative gallow brackets.
The roofing system is a terracotta tile effect galvanised steel roofing sheets, these are a great roofing solution for almost any building as they offer a lightweight roof.They were also protected against condensation. This roofing system is also available in a expansive range of colours, you can even add insulation if required.
Rear windows are complete with galvanised steel chew surrounds, they were added to help with extra light and ventilation.
The stable interiors are fully lined with hardwood ply, leaving the inside walls with a smoother effect.
Louvre windows to the front elevation of all stables
Central washroom with the addition of a gate, should the washroom be required for other purposes.
Deep galvanised chew strips on all stable doors to eradicate chewing of the timber structure
The ground works, including block paving, were completed by http://www.midlandshorsearenas.co.uk/
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