FLOORs, walls & ceilingS
Taking comfort and safety to new levels.
Good flooring in the horse world is best described as a product or system that reduces the risk of injury from slipping, encourages REM sleep, and provides your horse’s hard-working legs and joints with relief. Some additional characteristics equestrians look for in flooring are potential savings on bedding, ease of cleaning, durability, and overall low maintenance. Knowing what type of flooring to use for your stalls, barn aisles, and wash stalls can be overwhelming. You want your horses to be as comfortable and safe as possible, but you also want to remain within your budget. That’s where our industry experts can really come in handy. Let us worry about the logistics and hard work, so you can get back to doing what you love—which is spending time with your horses.
First, make sure you have a level, firm base; either a concrete or level, well-compacted stone dust base will be appropriate. Next, decide on the comfort level needed, this is typically dependent on how much time your horse will spend in their stall, their age and breed, as well as their discipline or workload. Lastly, consider the type of bedding you will be using and the amount you have to work with. Once these three factors have been determined, we can begin!
THE ULTIMATE IN COMFORT
StableComfort stall mattresses provide unsurpassed comfort through a resilient surface that mimics natural turf!
Horses using StableComfort flooring typically lie down more often and for longer periods of time. This system is a great choice to outfit your barn with in order to relieve overall joint stiffness and as a therapeutic tool to reduce injury rehabilitation time.
This cushy stall flooring can save you money by cutting down your bedding costs by 75%!
CHOOSE FROM OUR WALL AND CEILING COVERINGS TO ACHIEVE A CLEAN LOOK IN YOUR BARN.
Our most economical option, Ribcore is a corrugated material recommended for ceilings in barns and walls where horses can't kick.
Trusscore is recommended for ceilings in barns and walls where horses can't kick. It has a sleek finish and can be installed on top of Puckboard, Tuffboard, or Auraply.
Puckboard is an economical option recommended for the walls of wash stalls, stalls, grooming stalls, and more. It is not typically used on ceilings.
Tuff Board is a slightly more expensive option than Puckboard, but provides additional strength. Like Puckboard, it is recommended for the walls of wash stalls, stalls, grooming stalls, and more. It is not typically used on ceilings.
Very similar to Tuffboard, but slightly more expensive due to being the stronger option. Like Tuff Board and Puckboard, it is recommended for the walls of wash stalls, stalls, grooming stalls, and more. It is not typically used on ceilings.