Hi Kim. I would just like to thank you, Paul, John Ross and Krzysztof for my lovely shelters, I couldn’t think of a better company to go to. You have all been so efficient and helpful. The horses like the shelters so much that they refuse to go in them as they might spoil them! We will have to think of something else to build now just so we can use you again. Bestest wishes, Kate.
Mobile Field Shelters and Mobile Stables in Scotland (Finance Available)
We are Prime Stables, a family-run business specialising in quality equestrian timber buildings, manufactured to order. We pride ourselves on providing a high-quality service to our customers in Scotland. We are passionate about manufacturing mobile field shelters and mobile stables from the highest quality timber. So, you can provide equestrian buildings for your horses that are secure, long-lasting, and professionally made and installed.
At Prime Stables, we care about animals and their wellbeing and it’s this care that drives us to provide the highest quality mobile structures available.
- Bespoke designs
- No planning required
- Solar lighting available
- Rubber matting
- Finance available
What’s the Difference Between Mobile Field Shelters and Mobile Stables?
The mobile field shelters and mobile field shelters we sell and install for customers in Scotland have the benefit of being movable. However, what’s the difference between our field shelters and stables?
There are some notable differences between mobile field shelters and mobile stables. Let’s start with mobile stables. A mobile stable is a well-ventilated building that has closed stalls for your horses to spend time in. A horse cannot simply wander in and out of a stable when he chooses. You have to let him in and out of the stable. This feature is particularly beneficial if you are trying to control your horse’s diet or you are helping him recover from an injury. The advantage of our mobile stables is that they are secure, long-lasting, and can be moved from place to place.
Mobile Field Shelters
In contrast, the mobile field shelter is designed to provide a safe, warm, and dry space for your horse to spend time in. Mobile field shelters are not completely enclosed, so your horse can wander in and out as he chooses. However, they do provide much-needed shelter when the weather is particularly trying. The main benefit of purchasing a mobile field shelter from us is that it can be moved from place to place according to the weather conditions, drainage, and drain recovery time.
Why Our Mobile Field Shelters and Mobile Stables Are So Popular
One of the main benefits of the mobile field shelters and mobile stables we sell is their movability. All our mobile structures have a steel frame and towing mechanism that allows these stables and field shelters to be easily moved from paddock to paddock. This is ideal for ensuring your horses always have an accessible stable or shelter available, saving you money and avoiding the need to build a new stable in each paddock.
We Pride Ourselves in High-Quality Craftsmanship
High-quality craftsmanship is extremely important to us. We pride ourselves in our high-quality workmanship and work hard to ensure every equestrian building we manufacture is of the highest quality. Our fully trained and expert craftsmen manufacture every mobile field shelter and mobile stable to order. So, if you have any specific requirements, we can accommodate them.
Mobile Field Shelters and Mobile Stables in Scotland
One of the many advantages of purchasing our mobile field shelters and mobile field stables is that typically, you do not require planning permission. This is a significant benefit and can save you a lot of time and money.
The reason our mobile structures do not require planning permission is they are not identified as permanent constructions and they do not require a foundation. For this reason, you can simply call us, and we will do our utmost to have your mobile field shelter and mobile stable manufactured, supplied, and installed within 5 to 15 working days, from receipt to deposit.
The Benefits of Our Mobile Structures in Scotland
- A wide range of sizes available
- You can avoid lengthy planning permission delays
- A cost-effective stabling solution for your horses
- Easily moved and functional
- Requires little or no groundwork or base preparation
- The structures are not permanently situated
- Our mobile field shelters and stables are easy to tow around.
If you are contemplating a mobile field shelter or mobile stable for your property in Scotland, look no further than prime Stables. We have been manufacturing equestrian buildings to the highest standard for over 25 years. Our timber equestrian buildings are built to last and we can work to your requirements. If you would like to find out more, get in touch with us to discuss your requirements.
What Our Clients Say About Us
Dear Sarah. Your chaps did a great job on the stables and we are 100% happy with the installers and the stables. Many thanks and I will recommend you if anyone asks me about the stables. All the best. Adam.
Dear Nikkie. Just a quick note to let you know how delighted we are with the new field shelter and tack room that was delivered today. We are extremely impressed with the quality of the product and the whole process of choosing and purchasing through Prime Stables was very easy due to the care and professionalism you showed. We cannot thank you enough, and will definitely be in touch when we are ready to build our new stables. Thanks again. Jessie (and all the alpacas).
Thank you for your letter and all your kind support and help as a company during a period when I had so many problems with my base. The shelter is well made and the installation went smoothly and efficiently. I will certainly recommend you to anyone looking for stables or shelters… Thank you. Anne Walklate.
Nikkie, could you please pass on my thanks to your team that installed the field shelter for my antique Irish Bog Pony. They turned up on time and worked really hard to install it where I wanted it although the field was sodden and were all extremely polite. Kind regards, Paula Hynes.