Oregon Horse Barn Kits
DC Structures is a nationwide barn kit seller that specializes in Oregon horse barn kits. The Oregon ethos of quality craftsmanship and one-on-one customer service permeates every aspect of our streamlined and innovative process. We take our clients’ visions seriously and work tirelessly to turn them into concrete plans and materials packages.
Whether you’re looking for a simple hobby horse barn or a large-scale boarding operation, DC Structures has a kit that can be adapted to meet your specific lifestyle needs. No horse barn project is too big or too small for DC Structures. We’ve designed horse barn kits for a variety of clients, all of which have come to us with unique requirements and aesthetic requests. Our horse barn kits are built to last, and we want to be 100 percent certain that you’re getting exactly what you want.
Rather than cheap pole barns with an expiration date of 40 years or less, we supply quality-crafted post-and-beam packages that will stay standing for the next 100 years if given proper attention over time. Our superior construction style lends itself to dramatically open interiors and rustic exposed timber posts. Browse our project gallery and digital catalog to see the quality difference for yourself.
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Featured Horse Barn Kits In Oregon
Cornelius Horse Barn Kit
Oakridge 36′ | Cornelius, OR
This sustainable apartment barn boasts a number of energy-efficient upgrades that limit the property’s carbon footprint. Adapted from an Oakridge barn home kit, this functional and attractive structure features stalls for both horses and dogs with comfortable upstairs living quarters.
Oregon City Horse Barn Kit
Canyon 80′ | Oregon City, OR
This modified arena with stables kit is the equestrian enthusiast’s dream. With all the necessary amenities for a happy horse home attached to a covered arena for all-weather riding, both horses and caretakers can find something to love with this kit.
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