Get a horse barn that is practical and aesthetically pleasing with all your desired components in one well-constructed structure.
There was a time when horses were essential to transportation and agriculture. These days, it is more common that horses are kept for sport or enjoyment. Perhaps you or one of your family members likes to ride horses, or maybe you participate in competitive activities with your horses. Whatever your reason for having horses, you need a safe and comfortable place to keep them. You need a horse barn.
A well-designed horse barn is more than just a stable. In fact, the more you have been around horses, the more you probably realize the various components that go into a well-laid-out, well-equipped horse barn. You will want elements that aid in the feeding of your horses, as well as caring for them and keeping them comfortable in a variety of seasons and weather conditions.
You will need places for cleaning and brushing the horses and storing tack, as well as enough space for visits from the veterinarian or farrier. You will also need space for the horses to rest, open areas for practice or pleasure riding and training, and more.
Get a horse barn in Goldsboro, North Carolina that is practical and aesthetically pleasing with all your desired components in one well-constructed structure when you rely on us at Carolina Bay Construction. From concept to completion, we will deliver a well-constructed horse barn that meets your needs, while staying on your timeframe and honoring your budgetary constrictions.
We are proud to be a local, family-owned business. We are fully licensed, bonded, and insured, so you can feel confident in getting the results you desire. Contact us with questions or for an estimate.
At Carolina Bay Construction, we construct horse barns for customers in Goldsboro, Smithfield, Wilson, Jacksonville, New Bern, Morehead City, and Emerald Isle, North Carolina, as well as throughout Wayne County, Bladen County, Craven County, Greene County, Pitt County, Beaufort County, Duplin County, and Tyrrell County.