Steel barn buildings and agricultural building: including dairy barns, cubicle stables, poultry, and pig stables. We are also riding schools, riding halls, sheds for fish, and agricultural sheds. We specialize in farm and ranch buildings and stable buildings, new buildings, renovation, and maintenance. Do you want to build a new free-stall barn or renovate/expand an existing free-stall barn? We also use all the technical knowledge that we have in-house in the realization of agricultural building. From steel buildings and metal buildings, delivery and installation of roof and facade elements to electricity, gas, and water.
Metal barn building starts with the right design. What kind of stability do you want? What requirements must the barn meet? An inventory of your needs and wishes is the starting point. Then we will draw and calculate.
At Rapidset Metal Buildings, quality always comes first! When it comes to your company’s future, the high quality of your prefab steel barn buildings is very important. Of course, at affordable prices.
Our experts think along with you in the entire process, from idea to realization of the barn you want.
We build stables of excellent quality at very competitive prices. For poultry, pigs, and cattle, we offer accommodation that is ideally suited for integrating the latest systems in climate control and animal welfare.
We can also guide you with the maintenance of your barn. A damaged corner piece, a broken leak sill, or a blown wind spring; every building owner has to deal with it at some point. We can repair this type of damage quickly and professionally for you.
Do you want to renovate your stable? That may also be the time to give your barn a significant upgrade. You can insulate your roof, which benefits animal welfare. At the same time, by applying a light ventilation ridge, you can provide more light and better ventilation in your barn in one go. We are happy to think along with you and can advise you well.
Do you want to expand the barn? Of course, also possible. It is important to consider how the building of the extension should connect to the existing barn.