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Design - getting your ideas on paper

You will have thought about your ideal stable over a long period of time. Some of us from an early age when we were first fell in love with horse riding. Over the years you will have seen many stables and shelters and thought WOW to a particular design feature. Maybe you'd like more than one adjoining stable. Perhaps a pent or apex roof with a non standard incline or even an offset roof. Larger overhangs are becoming more popular with side screens to protect the stable front from cross winds. Maybe larger doors or removeable internal divides so you can enlarge the stall when your horse is in foal. The variatons are endless.

So you are ready to order your first stable and your head is awash with a jumble of thoughts and ideas. Just keep calm, sit down with a cup of tea or a large glass of Pinot, and randomly write down the things that are important to you - perhaps natural light or adjoining tack room, storage or hay barn. Maybe you would like an electrical feed so you can link up a security camera. Once you have your list in front of you try to sketch your ideas to get a better idea of your vision - you don't have to be a Van Gogh as this is purely to allow you to see how all the things work together.

So now you have a messy list of random horsey stuff and some crazy drawings that only you can understand (just blame the Pinot). All you need to do now is sit back and smile because your work is over.

Next morning just give us a call or send us an email. We will call you and discuss your ideas and provide some additional design ideas. Once you are happy we will send you a technical drawing that you can amble over or show your friends and ask for their comments.

Let us know if you'd likeus to make changes to your design and then when you are happy let us know and we will send you a quote for supply and assembly or, if you are a determined handy person then supply only.

Together we can design your ideal stable that works for you and your horses to be enjoyed for years and years.

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