Standard Stable Specifications
Wall Construction: 3 x 2 CLS Framework
Spaced at 600mm (2ft) centres.
Framework (Standard 3x2 with 4 x 2 fronts)
4 x 2 Framework (Advised for horses over 14.3)
Cladding: Cladding is 125 x 19mm shiplap treated for long life performance.
Roofing Construction: 4 x 2 CLS roof purlins.
Onduline roofing in black fitted as standard - Onduline roofing sheets have a manufacturers guarantee and are maintenance free. Optional roof finishes, available on request
Height: 2.1 metres to eaves.
3.0 metres to Ridge.
Not including brickwork.
Stable Doors: 82" (2083mm) high x 48" (1200mm) wide x 2/3" thick.
Bottom doors are lined, bottom doors have a galvanised chew strip & drop plate included as standard, heavy duty kickbolts, cabin hooks, brent bolt and heavy duty T-hinges. Top Doors have cabin hooks and brent bolt. (Anti-Chew Legs on openings are Optional)
Kickboards: The internal boarding is lined to 4ft as standard with sterling board.
Tack rooms/feed stores/haybarns are not lined as standard but can be if required at an optional cost.
Overhang: Overhangs are approx 0.90 metres on 12ft stables and approx 2ft on 10ft stables.
Guttering: Can be fitted as an (optional extra).
Talk Grills Or Talk Mesh: Talk grills/mesh can be fitted at an (optional extra).
Bracket: Securing to base with a heavy duty galvanised brackets at an (optional extra)
Windows: Fully opening window as standard with galvanised mesh on the inside. (other options)
Colour: Standard is Dark Oak.
Bases & Access to site: The customer must
provide suitable access for the vehicles to enter site, the vehicles need to get 1.5 metres from base or place of installation. If this is not possible you must make prior arrangements with Stables Direct. We would always recommend if stables are going on a concrete base to sit on 1 row of brick and strapped down. (Brick Plans are sent on ordering, (Strapping optional cost). The vehicles will not go on wet ground incase of damage to vehicles or land, so the customer must organise alternative transport, as if the delivery cannot get to the base on day of delivery the customer will be charged.
BASES & FENCING REQUIREMENTS - If you require a base OR fencing doing please get in touch with Saw Doctors Forestry Ltd who specialise in all forms of equine fencing and groundworks such as arena installation, post and rail fencing, permanent electrified fencing, land drainage and more. (NNorthwest Area)
As you may know, Joe Blackburn - the founder of Saw Doctors - has a long history with the equine industry and showjumping, having spent his entire life around horses. This experience helped him better understand the requirements for equine fencing solutions - a fence that forms: a permanent boundary, will not degrade over time, and most importantly is safe for horses.
We pride ourselves on sourcing and installing the highest quality materials that will stand the test of time, and we are fully equipped to handle even the most demanding of jobs.
We are proud to be the only registered U.K. installer of Voss farming Mustang wire: a premium German electrified fencing system designed with horses in mind. Installed using Scandinavian Pressure impregnated creosoted Octoposts, this forms a safe yet permanent equine fencing system. Joe Blackburn - Managing Director (Saw Doctors Forestry Ltd) Tel: 07808739508 or 01200 400 340 https://www.sawdoctorsforestry.co.uk
All goods remain the property of the Company until paid for in full. A 50% deposit will be taken upon order BACS/Card Outstanding balances needs to be paid the day prior to delivery by 12 noon (no personal cheques on balances. All Payments must be cleared before vehicles unloaded or items collected. If paid through Paypal, there fee will be added. If the customer requires to cancel the order this should be notified 14 working days prior to delivery, whereupon the deposit will be returned in full, provided work has not been started or disruption caused to the working schedule. In any event an administration fee will be added.
If It is the customers responsibility to sort the base where the stables or shelters are being fitted, if stables are going on a concrete base, we would advise having one row of brick laid for the stables to sit on to keep any rain water out. We would recommend strapping the panels to brick work to avoid moving off the brickwork. Customers can do this themselves or we can do this at an optional cost per stable (Please call the office for a quote). We would send a brick plan out once order is placed. They can go onto road plainings and then rubber matting on top of the plainings. If you want a chat of the different options we can go through with you.
All prices and specifications listed on this website effective from 1st April 2019
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