Horizon Structures Expands Continental US Operations To Better Service Demand For Their ‘Instant’ Horse Barns

Horizon Structures is pleased to announce the extension of their nationwide manufacturing base for production of their modular and prefabricated horse barns.

Horizon’s veteran Chief Marketing Officer Jill Siragusa, reports that the move to open a new facility in Cheyenne, Wyoming, was to address the upward trending and seemingly insatiable demand for their product line out West.

“While we already have several locations in PA, Horizon Structures products have also been produced in other States. Our other locations are Chuckey, TN and Greenwood, SC. We have just opened a new shop in Wyoming and are very excited about it. We have always had very strong interest in our barns in the Western U.S. but no way to service that area effectively.  Delivery/set-up costs could often exceed the price of the barn itself.  The Wyoming shop is full service with their own set-up crews building the exact same barns as our other locations.  Now, a Horizon Structures horse barn is truly within reach for customers within the Continental U.S.”

The popularity of Horizon Structures range of horse housing, that includes the aesthetically appealing timber frame construction in addition to a myriad of modular barn styles, plus equine hay feeders, kennels, coops, outdoor living structures and playsets comes as no surprise.

“The consistency of the build in regard to craftsmanship and materials used with a factory produced barn, and the transparency of the ‘to-the-penny-quote’ is something horse owners can hang their riding hat on,” explained Siragusa.

If a new horse barn is on your horizon, consider a modular build. The friendly team at Horizon Structures welcomes inquiries for custom design barns in addition to their standard line up. And don’t forget to check out stock offered on discount at their PA Corporate factory lot that is available for immediate delivery with freight charges from that location.

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About Horizon Structures:  One horse or twenty, there’s one thing all horse owners have in common…the need to provide safe and secure shelter for their equine partners.  At Horizon Structures, we combine expert craftsmanship, top-of-the-line materials and smart “horse-friendly” design to create a full line of sheds and barns that any horse owner can feel confident is the right choice for their horses’ stabling needs.

All wood. Amish Made. Most of our buildings are shipped 100% pre-built and ready for same-day use. Larger barns are a modular construction and can be ready for your horses in less than a week. All our barn packages include everything you need –

Horizon Structures also sells chicken coops, equine hay feeders, greenhouses, dog kennels, 1 and 2 car garages, storage sheds and outdoor living structures and playsets.

Headquartered in South-Central Pennsylvania, Horizon Structures, LLC is owned by Dave Zook.  Dave was raised in the Amish tradition and grew up working in the family-owned shed business.  He started Horizon Structures in 2001 in response to an ever-increasing customer demand for high quality, affordable horse barns.

For additional information about the company or their product line, please visit their website at https://www.horizonstructures.com

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