InfoHorse.com Horse Information ,Logo

The Horse Information lives Here! ©
The #1 Horse Industry Information Advertising Directory! Contact Ann to include your company.

InfoHorse.com HomeHorse TrainersHorse Barn ProductsHorse Barn BuildersDog and Puppy InformationFence for HorsesProducts for HorsesHorse Summer CampsHorse SchoolsArticles about HorsesHorse TackWestern LifestyleHorse Health and NutritionServices for Horse OwnersHorse Trailering InformationTrucks and AccessoriesProfessional Horse BReeders

Gorgeous Barn Homes by Heritage Equine Equipment
Our Barn Homes can be as simple or as elegant as your imagination. Heritage Equine Equipment produces stunning barn homes that have no equal in the industry today.

Heritage Equine Equipment— Horse People Designing For Horse People!
Heritage Equine Equipment owners, Mark and MaryBeth Hopkins, have been active in the horse world for years and have horses at the center of their lives. This deep understanding the needs of horses—  and their owners— really makes working with Heritage Equine Equipment a true pleasure. You’ll love the UNIQUE stall designs, barn and barn home designs, durability and beauty. You will appreciate their knowledge and keen interest in you, your horse property and your horses. Designing the horse building of your dreams is really what Mark and MaryBeth are all about!

What Sets Heritage Apart from Competitors?
Just about EVERYTHING! After more than 25 years of building equine facilities and helping stall component companies design their products, it only seemed natural to develop and offer our own product line. Mark Hopkins, co-owner, is our in-house engineer and was a barn builder for more than 25 years. We focus on quality-- and safety-- first. Heritage Equine’s stall components are made from a galvanized substrate so you won’t have a problem with rusting. Just to make sure you heard— we said NO RUST— EVER! We stand behind our product by offering a 5-year structural warranty; something that unheard of in our industry.

So, Just What Is a “Barn Home” ?
Very simply a barn home is a barn that has living quarters attached to it; a BARN with a HOME. It can be as simple or as elegant as your imagination. We have built many gorgeous Barn Homes over the years and the results are often breathtaking and always an eye catcher for your guests.  

What Advantage Does It Offer To Have Your Barn Attached To Your Home?
Too cold, windy or rainy to step out and walk to the barn? Worried about a sick horse and want to keep an eye on him or her? Want the ease and convenience of having your horses secured with you under one roof? With BARN HOMES your living area and barn area are fully connected. You don’t have to go “out”  and face the elements to get to your horse; you go down stairs, open up a door, and walk right over to the stalls! Once you’ve tried it, you wouldn’t want it any other way!

What Styles Are Available?

One of our favorites is a "courtyard type" barn home where the home is in the center, the barn on one side and garage on the other – all connected with a breezeway on either side of the home. You can also put the living quarters in the middle with stalls on either side for a courtyard type build. The living quarters could be in front of the barn and have the stalls come off of the back or your home could be above the stalls. It all comes down to what works best for you. We have several styles, including the very popular, ‘home on top’ with a stunning barn below.

Will Heritage Help Me Find A Builder and Help With Design?
Absolutely. That’s what we do. We have builders throughout the USA that are happy to help. We can be as helpful as you need us to be.

What About The Stalls That Go In The Barn? Can Heritage Equine Equipment Help?

YES WE CAN! We EXCEL at stalls— and some of our designs are one of a kind! While everyone else is selling the ‘same ole’ stall designs, leave it to HERITAGE to take stall design ‘over the top’. You will love the ooohs and aaahs that come from every one who enters your barn. One of our most attention getting designs is our “Smiley Face",  yoke top stall door— which you will find in our Legacy Series with several bottom wood fill options – solid horizontal or vertical wood fill, horizontal ‘ vertical / horizontal wood fill or grill or mesh with name plate and shavings guard. In addition, we  just designed a special mini stall door option for our hinged doors with a removable yoke that will be on display for the first time at 2019 Quarter Horse Congress!

How Do I Get Started?
Check with your local building department first to make sure it’s legal to have a ‘Barn Home"— and then find out what is required. That way, you know and can let us know the particulars of your municipality requirements. Then, contact Mark or MaryBeth and ask them to send you photos of other BARN HOMES they may have done in the past— or, present them with plans that you may like or have in mind. This is a great way to start. Mark and MaryBeth are super excited to talk to you— call today!


Contact: Marybeth or Mark Hopkins 
74 Quail Lane
Box Springs, Georgia 31801
Phone: 706-575-5153
Email: 
Website: Click Here To Connect

 Have a Product or Service that would benefit Horse Owners?  Contact Ann

HomeArticlesAcademic SchoolsArena MaintenanceAnimal Communicators, Barn and Accessories,
Barn Equipment and TractorsBlankets Books and VideosBReedersCamping Gear, Career Schools, Carts and Buggies, Clinicians, Clothing, Dogs and Puppies, Horse Fencing, Fine Art & Furniture, For Sale, Fly Control, Foal Care, FootingsGifts, Health and Nutrituon, Hoof and Leg, Horse Rehabilitation FarmsHorse Insurance, John Lyons Certified, Lawyers, Leather Care, Links, Health , Horse Property, Photography, Portable Stalls Areanas and RoundpensRichard ShrakeRiding SchoolsSchools, Services for HorsesShipping, Skin and CoatSoftwareSpecialty TrainersSummer Camps, TackTrainers, Trainer EducationalTrailers, Treats and Snacks, Truck Accessories, Trucks, Vacations, Western Lifestyle

InfoHorse.com, Horse Information Lives Here ® 5/5/2021
Contact Us to Advertise to over 2 million Horse Owners.           
All images and content Copyright© 2007 by InfoHorse.com, Equusite.com.