Contributed by: Jennifer Riley
Once you have a dream in mind, the next thing to do is go to the drawing board. Maybe you're sitting at the local and casual coffee shop when you quickly grab a napkin to jot down your ideas before you lose them. You draw out the roof pitch, the floorpan, and ultimately create a blue print with ink and cloth to present to your builder of choice. Then, you quickly tuck it in your pocket and become rushed by the next phone call, the next meeting, and your overall agenda for the week ahead.
That drawing was your dream. If it were to become a reality, you would be able to house your horses during the heat of the summer or the peak of winter; or maybe it would serve a great purpose and facilitate a quality experience for your customers in the future.
What purpose would your metal building fulfill?
We love it when we receive handwritten notes explaining exactly what you want in a metal building. When you share your story with us and explain what all could be possible once your building is erected, we get excited right along with you.
This barn, "Rancho De Los Arboles" (seen above) was a project most metal building contractors might shake off as an impossible steel structure to build. To construct it with wood, a saw, and a nail gun would be no problem, but to erect this building with it's many minor detailed angles from steel was not for the inexperienced. We humbly offer the expertise of our builders in helping you achieve the look and feel you want.
The Crenshaws have had several jobs completed through AmeriStall and with each job came a creative idea that was carried out by our seasoned team of builders. We don't say this with pride, but simply the confidence in knowing we never back down from a job. We love a challenge.
Photos and specs of our many horse barns, hobby shops, and other steel structures can be found here on our blog or in our video gallery. If you have questions about a project or would like more information, we are happy to walk you through the process.
You can reach us at 1 (888) 234-BARN.