12×20 or 12×24 Run-In Shed Q&A
One of our clients, Pam, had a number of questions about our large, portable Run-In Sheds, aka Horse Barns. She had great questions that turned into an educational Q&A, so we thought we’d share that email exchange with you.
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- Does this arrive prefab or as a kit that is completed on site? Do your people do the install?
- Does a 12×24 run-in shed require a partition? I would prefer it to be open.
- How is it attached to the ground? Are posts dug in ground?
- What is the exterior made of?
- Does it have kick-plates on the 3 sides of the interior? What are they made of?
- What are the interior front and back heights?
Thank you for let us know your needs and giving us the opportunity to address your questions.
1. Does this run-in shed arrive prefab or as a kit that is completed on site? Do your people do the install?
2. Does a 12×24 run-in shed require a partition? I would prefer it to be open.
3. How is it attached to the ground? Are posts dug in ground?
The barn will not need to be anchored to the ground because of its weight. If however you would like it to be anchored, we would drive anchor rods into the ground at the four corners and attach a cable from the corner bracket of the barn to the rod. Our delivery team would do this for you.
6. What are the interior front and back heights?
The front and back walls are around 7.5 feet tall. The front wall has a structural header over the opening to hold the roof up that does make the opening a bit lower, about 6.5 feet.
Thanks, Pam, for those great questions about 12×20 or 12×24 run in sheds. And as always, let us know how we can help you keep your animals secure and healthy.