1. It protects you from the weather.
This is, of course, the number one reason for building an indoor arena. People who have unlimited access to indoor arenas ride more than 30% more frequently that those who don’t.
If you’re serious about a career in competitive riding, an indoor is an excellent investment.
2. It allows you to run a business.
Owning an indoor arena means you can give lessons in it. You can also rent out the arena when you aren’t using it.
3. It’s safer and more comfortable for your horses.
An indoor will protect your surface once you lay it down and will ensure that your horses are riding on level, comfortable ground.
4. It adds value to your property.
An indoor arena boosts the value of the property its on, particularly if the property is in an area known for its equestrianism.
If you ever look at selling your property, an indoor will be a big pulling factor and will drive your value upwards.
5. It reduces your costs.
Not needing to travel to an indoor for practise saves travel costs and rental costs. The protection of the arena means that your equipment stays safe and you surface needs to be repaired less often.
6. You can ride after dark.
Many indoors are fitted with lighting, allowing you to ride after dark or even before dawn (one of the great pleasures in life).
7. The experience of it.
There’s something very satisfying about designing, building and owning your own indoor. For equestrians, there no greater space than their own indoor and many find that it’s a space the entire family loves and enjoys.
What’s The Difference Between RHS and C-Section Columns?
Sheds are built from different kinds of steel columns, each with their benefits and disadvantages.
C-Section Columns: Weaker & Cheaper
‘C-Section’ refers to the shape of the steel, which has three sides and forms a C shape.
This form of column is weaker than others, though also results in a cheaper project cost.
Because of the known difficulties that arise from C Section (including load stress, high winds and construction problem), we always suggest avoiding this option.
RHS Columns: Stronger & More Costly.
RHS (whichs stands for Rectangular Hollow Section) is a fully enclosed steel column with four sides. The is also thicker than C Section, giving it much more structural strength.
Building a shed with RHS means the shed will last longer, will withstand heavier loads and stresses, and can be built onto if you decide to extend.
Indoor Dressage Arena Testimonial
Feeling very proud to receive a testimonial from a valued client today where we just completed a 54.9m x 21m x 5.25m Indoor Dressage Arena in Darwin NT.
“The shed I purchased from central build is complete. Your service was great and I have recommended you to other people in Darwin. Enclosed are a few pictures for your website etc Please forward this email to your team. Thank you so much!”
PM, Darwin, NT.