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veronica2368
Mar. 27, 2012, 10:25 PM
Hi all
Im wondering if anyone has any experience with buying a stall kit to put together yourself. You buy the frame work already made and then you buy the tongue and groove boards to put in yourself. We looked at a company called Triton, that makes these kinds of kits.

Wondering if anyone has any experience with doing this themselves, or something like it. We are considering remodeling our old bank barn. It had stalls once upon a time, but now all that's left are the outside stall doors and a grave floor. It has
No internal framework anymore.So we would have a bit of work to do.

Any help or advice would be great!
Thanks, Veronica

veronica2368
Mar. 27, 2012, 10:26 PM
Ummm that was a gravel floor. Lol

NBChoice
Mar. 27, 2012, 11:00 PM
I don't have any experience with that because we only bought stall fronts and built the sides on our own with wood, but I just wanted to say that Triton is a great company.
We bought all of our stall fronts from them a year ago and they had excellent customer service. Always very kind and helpful and replied quickly to e-mails/phone calls. Plus they threw in a few blanket bars for us just because we sent them pics of the finished product.

pds
Mar. 30, 2012, 12:01 AM
I used Priefert stalls in the barn we built in WI. Easy to put up and I liked how the stall doors latched. They are spring loaded and were one hand easy open and close. http://www.priefert.com/ProductGroup/horse-equipment-49/horse-stalls-21/premier-stalls-388/premier-stall-fronts-1501/

On the barn we just built I used Triton Stall doors and grills. I decided to go with them this time because the are zinc treated and I paid extra to have powder coated in a custom color. The Prieferts are just powder coated.

My Priefert stall project photos from about 5 yrs ago:
http://www.facebook.com/media/albums/?id=560024836#!/media/set/?set=a.6608989836.9016.560024836&type=3

My Triton stall project photos from this year:
http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150693675964837.420704.560024836&type=1

hiddenbrooknb
Mar. 30, 2012, 02:44 AM
Look at Noble Panels. They offer a line with nice V openings so the horses can stick their heads out and they look quite nice. They are also well priced.