American Stalls began building horse stall equipment in 2006 when a US-based horse show approached our family’s steel business to build 1,500 horse stalls. Ever since, we have worked with hundreds of commercial equine facilities across North America – building horse stall equipment that stands the test of time.
Horse stalls are one of the largest capital investments that your business will make toward your horses’ safety and facility’s financial health. This is why we design and build equipment that fits seamlessly with your day-to-day life. Our equipment is designed for horse people by horse people.
Horse stalls are deceptively simple. They require a firm understanding of steel fabrication, engineering, raw materials, and the know how of optimizing a barn’s unique environment. We share our expertise by building quality horse stall equipment that is sure to impress one’s friends, family, and customers. Most importantly, our American Stalls equine equipment will serve its primary function – to safely house horses for years to come.
We expect and require innovation from our team. Our innovation focuses on finding ways to simplify our products and processes. We are externally aware and relentlessly look for new ideas.
We think long-term. That means we don’t sacrifice long-term value for short-term results. Our teammates act on behalf of the entire company. We never say, “that’s not my job.”
Our team follows the highest standards – consistently raising the bar to deliver quality products and customer service. We ensure that defects do not get sent down the line and that problems are fixed so they stay fixed.
We start with our customers’ requirements and work backwards to ensure that our products work seamlessly for our customers. We work tirelessly to earn and keep our customers’ trust. A stall purchase signals the beginning of a long-term business relationship.
At the end of the day, we work to deliver results. We focus on the smallest details in manufacturing, logistics, and customer support. We always rise to the occasion and never settle.