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Raised Center Aisle Barns "Steel Frame" / Horse Barn
Quality, Value, Versatility and Appearance
This is the barn or shop you have been looking for.
Raised Center Aisle Barns or Horse Barns as we calls them are another line of product we offer in the steel frame building line. It has a center height of usually 12' and lean-to heights of 8' on the outer eves. These buildings are fully customizable as long as we stay in certain guidelines such as the leans are limited to 12' wide. The center section can be as big as 30' wide and we can accommodate heights up to 16' tall when raising the lean-to heights to match.
These buildings have legs in the center section where the leans attach. Browse through our pictures and get an idea of what you're looking for, or better yet sketch it out on a piece of paper and come by our office.
WE HAVE ONE OF THE ABOVE BUILDINGS ON DISPLAY.
901 N. Mission, Sapulpa Oklahoma.
YOU CAN CALL US AS WELL FOR MORE DETAILS 918-224-4334
RAISED CENTER AISLE BARN OR HORSE BARN
Get a tablet and a pencil you're going to need them to take notes, and sketch or draw a layout or floor plan. It will also help to get a measuring tape of 30' and sometimes a 100' tape would be better.
Measure the area you are going to cover width, length, and height for obstructions. Make a note of these numbers to give to us when you call. Knowing your size is the starting point and most important information to know. We can help advise you once you give us these dimensions. This will be the first thing we ask you when you call.
Measure the width, length, and height of the items that will be going in your garage or steel building. Make sure to allow enough space between two vehicles if you’re parking two or more items side by side to open doors and to walk among them comfortably. Do not forget to leave room for your Snap on tool boxes and Miller welding equipment when measuring. Allow enough room also to place that Harbor Freight Air Compressor in the corner out of the way of doors and such.
Now determine the number and size of your large door openings. Determine their location. And decide if you wish to have installed our less expensive roll up doors, or would like a conventional garage door. Keep in mind if you're going to want to install a door opener a conventional garage door will be your only choice. Also not when putting doors on the eve sides of the buildings you will need 1' taller than the door and we are limited to 14' wide opening. We can install up to a 18' wide door in the gable ends and sometimes not need to go that extra foot in height depends on the width of the building and inside clearance for doors to operate correctly.
Next step is walk through doors and windows. Number of doors and windows and location. Pencil them in on your drawing.
Now if you have the ability, get some stakes and string and will stake it off in the location you're going to build it in, then drive the items inside the staked off area to verify you are going to be able to accommodate them all the items you are going to store and walk about comfortably is one of the best ideas to confirm your needs.
Determine if you're going to construct your building on the ground or concrete. For ground installation consider not only the standard rebar anchors but also using mobile home anchors as well. For concrete we will use concrete expansion anchors no extra charge and we are able usually to take care of your concrete slab needs. If you are attaching to any other substrates like railroad ties, wood deck etc. you will need to supply the attachment hardware when we show up for your application. We can help advise you in the event you're anchoring to other substrate when you call.
Make sure there are no utilities that will be harmed or in the way when building the structure or driving the anchors. In Oklahoma call Okie "811" if you are in doubt. Other states just contact your local utility company they will advise you from there.
Check grade and verify how far off level the area is 1" to 2" will be fine on ground installations the legs are adjustable, see
. for more information about severe grade drops. Determine how you want to level the area beforehand. We have contractors that we can recommend in most cases to help you. All bids are made considering you have a flat and level pad, we never include dirt and site prep in our bids.
Determine the roof style you like. Regular Style for economy, Box Eve for a stylish upgrade, or a Vertical Roof for a weather proof building.
Now put it all on paper and decide if you need more room to grow. In all the years of advising customers and selling buildings I have never heard anyone say they wish they had built a smaller building. But its very seldom a day goes by without these words spoken to me. "
I wish I would have built a bigger building last time
". So you might determine if your area and budget will allow for a bit larger building say 20% for growing room. It's always easier in the beginning and cheaper to do it the first time.
Next determine your
if possible at this point. Roof , trim, walls and if you're going to "color match" as we call it or wainscot the sides. Wainscot is when you see a building that has the first 3' or so a different color than the rest of the wall and usually matches the trim and or roof.
If you are financing determine the method you wish to use; conventional financing with approved credit or rent to own. Let us know which finance option you are looking at and we will advise you from there. See "
"Lease to Own Options"
for more detailed information.
Now it is time to call us and you should have the information we need to help you get that A+ grade. 918-224-4334. You can use our
to get a general idea of cost, but these are only estimates and are not intended to be quotes. For a final to the penny price you must call us. Prices are subject to change at any time without notice.
We Offers Competitive Prices Without Sacrificing Quality