| Living in Florida,
everything rusts badly with the salt air in the coastal area.
What type of horse stalls are best for me?
|| Our aluminum stalls would be your best
choice for highly corrosive enviroments.
| Can I mix and match
different types of stall pieces like galvanized wall pieces with
painted steel grills?
|| Yes, our stall components can be interchanged
to get the look and strength you need.
| Which of your horse
stall grills is the strongest?
|| Our painted steel stall grills are the
strongest as the upper and lower channels are welded to the grill
| Why don't you weld
your galvanized and aluminum grill sections?
|| Rust starts at the welds on almost everything.
To weld our galvanized and aluminum grills would be defeating
of purpose of the corrosive protection of the material itself.
| What type of rollers
do you use in your door hardware kits?
|| We use an enclosed top track to keep dust
and dirt from settling into the track and binding the rollers,
plus a high strength thermoplastic roller system for long-life.
| How can I make foaling
stalls that can be removed easily?
|| Using our wall channels, you can attach
them with the "U" facing each other at each end where
you want your wall and simply slide your lumber into the wall
| What is my best choice
for not rusting but high strength?
|| Our hot-dip zinc coated galvanized steel
stall components are a great combination of strength and corrosion
| Will your support
post horse stalls work for Alpacas? We do not need them to be
as tall as a horse stall normally is.
|| Yes, using our support post style of horse
stalls, you can make the stall front lower than a horse would
need by not using as many boards, this would lower the wall height.
Alpacas are social animals and should not be confined where they
can not see each other.
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