Are you looking to construct a shelter for your hogs? Accu-Steel Fabric Covered Buildings specializes in livestock and animal housing. Our fabric covered hoop buildings offer natural light and ventilation, as well as safety from the elements.
Our swine shelters are designed to be extremely versatile, giving you the option to add barriers, stalls, end doors, and more.
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Natural light: Fabric covers allow natural light to shine through, while still protecting your hogs from the elements. This will not only save energy costs, but will be a great health benefit for your swine.
Open floor plan: With tons of clear span space, your hogs will have plenty of room to be comfortable and roam around. Since there are no beams or columns to obstruct movement, you can design the interior of your swine housing however you would like.
Flexibility: Since fabric buildings are so versatile, you can easily add onto them and include special features such as sliding doors, overhead lights, fans, and more.
Excellent ventilation: It is very important to keep your swine housing ventilated. The way that fabric buildings are designed allows for natural and healthy ventilation to occur.
Easy management: With fabric buildings being extremely low maintenance, you will be able to manage your hog housing with ease.
Wet/Wind free conditions: Keep your pigs out of the weather when it’s harsh outside. A fabric building is durable enough to protect them from even the toughest wind, snow, and rain conditions.
Fabric buildings offer many advantages over your typical metal building or pole barn. They are especially beneficial for livestock as they require little maintenance. Our fabric buildings have a skeleton of hot-dipped galvanized steel that protects the building from corrosion. With the most durable fabric cover on the market, these buildings will last for generations to come.
As the leading experts in livestock housing, Accu-Steel understands the needs of your industry and works according to them. Call us today to learn more about fabric buildings for swine housing.
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