Steel Equestrian Buildings
Here at Kit Buildings Direct, we have a range of equestrian buildings available to meet your needs. Whether you’re looking for indoor horse arenas to practise routines, stable buildings to safely and comfortably house any horse breed, or hay barns to improve the quality of your hay, we can offer bespoke buildings for competitive prices.
We can install:
✔ Indoor Equestrian Buildings
✔ American Barns
✔ Equestrian Stables
✔ Hay Barns
We manufacture and install equestrian buildings to high standards across the UK. We ensure that your horses stay happy and healthy, and help you to help them thrive. We understand that horses need comfortable environments to truly flourish, which is why we use high quality, weather-resistant and sustainable steel to construct all of our buildings. Why not take a look at our completed projects to see the kind of standards we hold ourselves to.
We provide our customers with an outstanding service. Our buildings are available throughout the whole of the UK. Contact us now for your free quotation.
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- HIGHEST STANDARDS & DELIVERED ON TIME
- MANUFACTURED IN THE UK
- COMPETITVE PRICES
STEEL FRAMED EQUESTRIAN BUILDINGS
Here at Kit Buildings Direct, we use high-quality steel to manufacture our steel-framed equestrian buildings to house and shelter your equine animals. Known for their excellent durability, and corrosion-resistant properties, steel-framed equestrian buildings are a fantastic choice. We insure to price our buildings competitively to ensure you have the opportunity to experience the benefits of these structures for an affordable cost.
Visit our gallery to view some of our previous projects and the high standards we uphold, and contact us today to start your journey with us. We create bespoke steel-framed equestrian buildings, so no matter how large, no job is too big for us.
Equestrian Building Projects We’ve Completed
Do I need building regulations for stables?
Yes. To build stables on your property, you need permission from your Local Planning Authority. The laws are complex, and there are exceptions for private stables. So it is best to contact them to ensure you adhere to the rules before beginning construction.