If you are building new horse stalls or thinking of re-flooring some existing ones, you have several options when it comes to flooring. You should choose your ideal stall flooring material based on ease of installation, drainage ability, and comfort for your horse. Here's a look at three common stall flooring options, and the advantages and disadvantages of each one.
Concrete floors are rather common in horse barns, and if you're at all handy, you can probably pour a concrete stall floor yourself with ready-mix concrete or simply hire a professional.
Pouring the foundation is a huge step in just about any construction project. Without a solid, level foundation, nothing else can be built. Before you unload the concrete pump truckonto your chosen plot, use these tips to prevent risky mistakes.
Stick To The Plan
When you first decided to start building your own home, you had plans drawn up and approved by your local municipal government. Even if you didn't include exact measurements on the plans themselves, your city's planning agency will still expect you to build exactly what you told them you would -- no more, no less.