Commonly Asked Questions about Our Equestrian Projects with Our Answers
No. Everything we design with the intention to build ourselves.
Yes. We’re happy to work with the client’s architect or engineer.
It depends on their discipline. Whether they are dressage or hunter jumpers. A full size dressage ring is 20×60 meters and hunters and jumpers are usually a bit wider.
Generally, we cover areas from Maryland to Maine. However, we’re not opposed to travel farther for special projects.
We cater to all budgets and all equestrians, from high-end luxurious stables to your two-stall budget backyard barns. Additionally, Old Town Barns can beat our competitor’s pricing. No other company can build a barn better, faster, and cheaper than we can. We’re the best barn builders around, just ask our clients.
We are design builders. Generally we act as a general contractor and the sole responsible party for every aspect of the construction project. Additionally, our own crews do all the frame-to-finish work and carpentry, and we subcontract other trades. We are happy to work at whatever level of involvement the client is comfortable with.
Yes. Some of our indoor arenas are steel frame.
We build our equestrian projects better, faster, and cheaper than anyone else. Every detail, no matter how big or small, is carefully thought out. We have been doing this for over 3 decades. As a result, we have fine-tuned our process.
Please contact us to learn more about how we can work with you on your project.