Animal and Equine
Contain, corral, and protect your animals using a material that’s as strong as they are. Tangent’s recycled plastic lumber fences for animals and equine applications are durable, long-lasting, and made from materials that won’t harm your animals or the environment. Whether you’re looking to transport or provide shelter, choose a product that can handle whatever Mother Nature, or your animals, can throw at it.
Contain and Corral Your Large Animals with Structural Plastic Lumber
Stalls and stables are crucial components for any large animal. These provide shelter and housing and must be a suitable environment. Stalls and stables have many designs, but basic features include security, comfort and functionality.
Benefits of Plastic Lumber
Recycled HDPE plastic lumber is a long-lasting building material that won’t rot, splinter and crack. It is resistant to moisture and can withstand extreme heat, cold and moisture without breaking down over time. It is an environmentally-friendly wood-alternative that doesn’t require chemical treatments and is inherently resistant to chemicals, salt, oils, fungus and insects. It secures, drills and cuts like traditional wood and has a limited 50-year warranty. For trailer flooring, ramps and bump boards, plastic lumber will outlast whatever Mother Nature and large animals can throw (or kick) at it.
Corral and Protect Your Large Animals with HDPE Plastic Lumber
Fencing systems used for animal containment serve many purposes. They help protect animals from venturing into dangerous areas, keep predators and other unwanted creatures away from your animals and help confine your animals to designated areas. These fencing systems must be durable, sturdy and low-maintenance in order to contain, corral and protect your animals.
Ride in Style and Longevity with Plastic Lumber
Arenas are constructed, mostly outdoors, to train, ride and compete with large animals, especially horses. Known by other names like riding stables, barns and riding halls, these structures are a crucial aspect in the equine market.