| Can you make horse stalls
in longer lengths than 12 foot?
|| Yes, we can make the stall walls to the
exact size you need. Call us at 1-800-335-1880 for a quote.
| Can I mix painted
modular stalls fronts with mesh side walls?
|| Yes, our stall components can be interchanged
to get the look and strength you need.
| How far apart should
I space the brackets for setting the stall wall against a wood
|| Normally, you can install the brackets
12" from the top of the wall and 12" from the bottom.
| Should I fasten the
frame bottom to the cement floor in my barn?
|| In most cases, this is not necessary as
the brackets lock the stall walls in position.
| What type of stall door rollers
do you use?
|| We use a high strength thermoplastic roller
system for long-life.
| How can I make foaling
stalls that can be removed easily?
|| Our modular system allows you to easily
add and remove stall walls as needed.
| What is my best choice
for not rusting but still have high strength?
|| Our hot-dip zinc coated galvanized components
are a great combination of strength and corrosion resistance.
| Are your mesh horse stalls
|| Absolutely NOT! Our modular galvanized
systems have no welds to give rust a place to start.
| Can the sliding door
be placed on the right of the stall front or do I have to order
|| Our design allows you to set the sliding
door to open from either the right or left.
| Can I order my stall
front with the sliding door in the middle?
|| Your sure can! Give us a call at 1-800-335-1880
| Will your galvanized
stalls work with the new pressure treated lumber? Will they rust
if they contact the new chemical in the wood?
|| We use a hot-dip galvanizing process in
the construction of our products. We do NOT use the electrogalvanization
process some people do which is cheaper to do and inferior in
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