Static Field Shelters
Whether it is in the hot sun, cold winds or driving rain, a Prime static field shelter can provide protection for your horses. Available in a variety of standard sizes, from 3.6m x 3.6m to 12m x 3.6m, with one two or three openings.
Manufactured to Order – Variety of Sizes – Secure and Durable
All of our buildings are individually manufactured to order, so we can adapt the sizes and specifications to suit your specific requirements.
Static field shelters do require some groundwork preparation and the most economical option is to use railway sleepers to create a perimeter base for the walls to sit on. Alternatively, a concrete base with a single course of bricks. For each option, on receipt of the deposit, we will provide you with a plan for your ground worker to follow.
Our static field shelters can be installed as stand alone, free-standing buildings or incorporated within your stable block.
Prime Range Stables Specification
Top grade redwood shiplap cladding 16mm x 150mm, fixed with 50mm sheradised ring shank nails.
The frameworks are manufactured with kiln dried timber, 47mm x 75mm. All timber is regularised and strength graded for structural use to C16-C24.
All stables are kickboarded as standard to a height of 1.2m high with exterior grade 12mm WISA Spruce plywood – multiple 5 layered, for structural integrity.
Black Onduline roof with galvanised ridge. Also available in green, brown or red. Standard roof pitch is 15 degrees. Purlins 100mm x 47mm, 125mm x 47mm, 100mm x 100mm. Fitted to Onduline specification.
100mm half round black guttering with 50mm round downpipes are fitted as standard to the front of all buildings. Back guttering is available.
Buildings are treated with an animal friendly preservative product to a golden brown finish before leaving our workshop.
All buildings are 2.2m to the eaves and approximately 2.9m to the ridge, when erected on one course of bricks. Overhang (if included) at 0.9m deep, supplied unlined. Back and end panels come with a weather prevention DPC skirt to eliminate water penetrating the base of the walls. All internal roof trusses are open to aid ventilation.
What Our Clients Say About Us
“ ” Admin Ladies. Just a quick note to say thank you so much for great service! Both in the office & the boys on site have completed a superb project & I’m delighted! Thank you, Su Pedersen
“ ” Hi Sarah Many thanks for our stables and the guys were fantastic. I’ve liked your Facebook page and I’ve sent you some more photos for your page!! The doors are the perfect height for Briagha and Maisie and I thought Briagha in the corner might be in the dark, but the light strips on the roof and the windows have made it nice and bright for her. The bigger box is my spare for a potential Briagha and foal – not next year, but the year after!!! Another little Falabella hopefully! Who knows – I might need you back to build some more stables !! Thanks again. Pauline Young
“ ” Dear Sarah and Natasha, Just to let you know that our horses are now as pleased with the beautiful mobile shelter from Prime Stables as we are – it took them a little while to get used to it especially as the sweet chestnut tree behind it is currently bombing the roof with chestnuts! Thank you all, including the guys who built it and put it up for us. With best wishes, Laria
“ ” Hi Sarah. The guys have just left. I am really pleased.....it is a real quality job. Very nice guys. I kept them supplied with tea every hour or two. Amazing how quickly they put it together!! We had a bit of a problem initially with the slope on the site, but I had ideas on solving tha. We worked together and they implemented a good solution. Thank you again for the way you have fulfilled what we wanted. Very satisfied customer!! Best wishes, John
“ ” Dear Sarah, Many thanks for final paperwork, and I understand Vikki's horse - "Apple" has quickly taken to her new shelter, and Vikki is very happy with the building. I've not see it myself, though I've seen the videos! I've forwarded your email to Vikki, and I'm sure she will also click that Facebook link for you too. Thanks again, and kind regards, George