Know a good barn builder in No. VA?

Know a good barn builder in No. VA?

Post by Laur » Sat, 25 Apr 1998 04:00:00


I need to find a good barn builder to build a small barn in Orange,
VA. I thought I had a line on a guy in PA who employed some Amish guys
(boy, those guys can put up a barn!) but he doesn't want to travel as
far as my farm.

I want a metal barn (read: inexpensive) with insulated roof and nice
pre-fab wood stalls and tack room. I have been thinking about MD or
Barnmaster but I would like to not have to spend quite as much as they
are asking. Know any guys who do good work in the Culpeper,
Fredericksburg, C***tesville, Warrenton area? I guess I could let
my fingers do the walking but I just thought I'd ask . . .

Lauren

 
 
 

Know a good barn builder in No. VA?

Post by Verna J » Sun, 26 Apr 1998 04:00:00

Quote:
>I need to find a good barn builder to build a small barn in Orange,
>VA.

You might check with Equine Development Corporation in Maryland. I live in SE
***ia. They built a metal  indoor arena with insulated roof at a reasonable
price  for me a couple of years ago and I couldn't be more pleased. They also
build barns and sheds and do restorations. Their number is 410-399-0113.

Verna Jan

 
 
 

Know a good barn builder in No. VA?

Post by Diamond Hill Fa » Sun, 26 Apr 1998 04:00:00

Quote:

>I need to find a good barn builder to build a small barn in Orange,
>VA. I thought I had a line on a guy in PA who employed some Amish guys
>(boy, those guys can put up a barn!) but he doesn't want to travel as
>far as my farm.
>I want a metal barn (read: inexpensive) with insulated roof and nice
>pre-fab wood stalls and tack room. I have been thinking about MD or
>Barnmaster but I would like to not have to spend quite as much as they
>are asking. Know any guys who do good work in the Culpeper,
>Fredericksburg, C***tesville, Warrenton area? I guess I could let
>my fingers do the walking but I just thought I'd ask . . .
>Lauren

Lauren,

You might try to get Danny Rota from Warrenton. His company is Gold
Cup and his number is 1-888-465-3287.  He did lots of fencing and a
carport for me a couple of years ago and he recently built a big barn
for a friend of mine in Culpeper. He's a quality builder and is thus
hard to get, but if you're willing to wait a bit you might try him. He
knows horses - his father breeds Arabians. Have you considered having
someone like Morton Buildings putting up the shell and having another
builder finish the inside? By the way, Danny is a sucker for a good
chocolate chip cookie and will almost work for them alone.
Gretchen