The Run-In Shed is a convenient addition to any pasture.
- Allowing your horses to go in and out as they please, or keeping equipment, tools, and firewood out of the weather, the Run In Shed is an affordable, efficient barn.
- Metal tow hooks on the corners are standard, allowing you to move this structure to different pastures. Available Sizes: 8x8 to 12x48.
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Questions and Answers
What comes standard on Run-In Shed?
- Metal Reinforced Corners with Tow Hooks
- 4' Solid Oak Kickboard
- Board & Batten Siding
- Your Choice of Lifetime Architectural Shingles or Metal Roof
How are Horse Barns framed?
Woodtex Horse Barns are constructed with a 6”x6” Pressure Treated Base; 4”x4” Solid Southern Yellow Pine (SYP) Posts with 2"x4" SYP Beam Framing; 2”x6” or 2"x10" Headers (depending on horse barn size and style); and 2"x6" Rafters in two story horse barns.
What kind of foundation do I need for my Horse Barn?
Site leveling and foundation preparation is the responsibility of the purchaser. You can do it yourself, although we recommend the use of a professional to ensure a stable, long-lasting surface for your structure. Talk to your Sales Advisor for possible recommended foundation services in your area.
Shed Rows and Run In Sheds may be set on almost any level surface. Woodtex recommends a foundation of 3 to 5 inches of leveled and compacted Stone Dust (a very fine, crushed stone). Any horse barn (including Shed Row and Run In) with an overhang must be set on concrete piers or a concrete slab. Our Hinged Roof and Center Aisle Horse Barns must have a concrete pier foundation or a concrete slab installed.
How will my Horse Barn be delivered and installed?
Because of our prefab construction, delivery and installation of your horse barn is a fairly painless process!
No two deliveries are the same, and the drivers will usually take a look at your site and decide on the best way to access it. Most deliveries are done with Mid Size Trucks and 40' trailer.