We, at Keystone Barns bring you some of the finest constructed Run-In Sheds available on the market. With many different options and sizes, our horse sheds can be customized to suit any need or code requirement. By specializing mostly in equine construction, we have the expertise to build the shed suitable for any need. As of today, hundreds of our equine sheds have been delivered and used all over the East Coast, helping to keep horses safe and protected, and their owners happy.
Our Run In Sheds come in many different sizes and styles. We offer sheds with just a single bay (run-in) or with multiple run-ins. As an option, you may add a storage room or a horse stall to any of our run-in shed to build a combination that best suits your needs. To enhance the beauty of your run-in shed you can add the cupola with a weathervane or have your shed stained with a color of your choice.
NOTE: Prices listed exclude delivery and PA sales tax. Prices good until 8/30/2017. Only checks or E-checks are accepted for "On-Sale" sheds. Signed contract & 50% deposit is required to place an order. Lead time is 5-7 weeks.
When it comes to quality shed construction and the use of proper building materials, "Keystone Run In Sheds" offer both.
We now use heavier 30 Year architectural shingles on the roof, rough cut oak wall frame with proper bracing, oak vertical kickboards, 6x6 pressure treated bottom sill plates and many other features that make our buildings last long and withstand animal behavoir.
All of our sheds are built by Amish Craftsmen here in Lancaster County, PA.
To make our buildings sturdy and longer lasting, we use rough-cut oak framing lumber to build our horse sheds and barns. This oak lumber is cut at a Lancaster County local saw mill that provides us with custom-cut framing materials such as kickboards, posts & other lumber. Oak frame is built using hot dipped galvanized nails. When oak wood completely dries, it shrinks and tightens around all of the fasteners making it more difficult to pull boards appart. This helps to create a very strong horse shed frame.
NOTE: Only wall framing and kickboards are oak. Other material is used for sill plates, roof and wall headers.