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Kick walls – Our kick walls are screwed directly to the steel framing on the inside of a loafing shed. The wood on these kick walls is ¾” thick and 4’ tall.
Gabled End – The gabled end of a loafing shed is different from that of a carport gabled end. On a loafing shed, the gable extends for the stretch of the opening of the loafing shed and is approximately 3’ wide.
Center Pole(s) – The largest an opening to a loafing shed can be is 15’ wide. Once the width exceeds that, additional legs must be set to support the weight of the roof.
Anchoring – A loafing shed is built like a sail, so additional anchoring in the form of mobile home anchors or equal is standard on every loafing shed. If a customer does not want the extra anchoring they must sign a waiver indicating that they understand the risks. Customers can of coarse purchase additional anchoring such as cement ground anchors or optional ground concrete supports.
Tack Room – Any loafing shed can be equipped with a tack or saddle room on either side. The tack room can have walk in doors, roll up doors, and windows to make for a convenient work space.