Premier Loafing Shed
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Premier Loafing Shed

Building shown with optional features.

Our Loafing Shed is a multi-purpose building, incorporating the same materials and craftsmanship as our standard Premier Series storage buildings. Traditionally used by horse owners as shelter for their animals and storage for tack, this type of building has many different applications, and can be built to virtually any specification, with as many stalls as necessary. The typical layout for the loafing shed includes one enclosed section, fashioned after the Premier Series Tall Ranch or Tall Barn, and one or more bays that have a dirt floor and are open on one side. Also available with Premier PRO Series features.

Standard Specifications

Feature Specification
Warranty 7-Year
Floor Joist System Galvanized Steel Floor with 6" Joists at 2' on Center Under Tack Room
Patented Keyed, Locking Door Handle 6"
Steel Reinforced Door Size 4'x6' and up to 4'x6'7" Depending on Building
Interior Clear Sidewall Height Varies Depending on Building Type
Wall Framing 2"x4" Spaced 16" On Center
Double Top Plates All Walls
Siding Type LP SilverTech Radiant Barrier Siding w/50-Year Manufacturer's Warranty
Trim Type 4" - 50 Year Limited Warranty Smart Trim
Floor Decking ¾" Heavy-Duty Tongue & Groove Treated LP ProStruct Floor Decking with Smart Finish
Roof Decking 7/16" Radiant Heat Barrier Roof Decking
Eave Type Varies
Felt Paper 15#
Colored, Baked Enamel Drip Edge Entire Roof Perimeter
Owens Corning Shingles 25-Year Limited Warranty 3-Tab Composition Shingles
Rafters and Trusses Joined w/ Steel Plates
Roof Pitch at Peak Varies Depending on Building Type
On-Site Installation Included Yes (Delivery, Access, and/or Generator fees may apply)
Roof Style Available in Gambrel (barn) and Gable (ranch) Roof Styles

*Heights listed are approximations, and are rounded to the nearest inch. Interior clear sidewall heights are measured from the floor to the top of the top plate. Overall heights are measured from the ground to the peak, and may vary based on type of foundation or the addition of skids or leveling blocks.