Proper barn windows installation - for happy horses
In a well-designed stable, the stable windows are placed in the correct proportion to the floor and mounted at the optimum height for the horse. If they are placed too high, they will cause discomfort to the curious horse who likes to lean out of the window to observe his surroundings and other horses. The recommended height is 120-130 cm above the ground. When deciding on the appropriate mounting height and size of the window, it is best to consider each case individually and choose the right parameters depending on the breed and size of the horse. However, the most important thing is that the horse feels comfortable and safe when looking through the barn window.
Barn windows for horses provide natural lighting and ventilation for the stable building!
Another important aspect cannot be overlooked – the windows in a stud farm are an essential part of the ventilation system. Fresh air is as important as light! A well-ventilated stable provides a good airflow directly above the bedding, where ammonia, harmful to horses, floats, and the use of e.g. window bars ensures a more even airflow.
There is no doubt, therefore, that optimal lighting and ventilation of the barn through spacious windows for horse stables should be a priority for every horse owner who cares about the welfare of their animals.
Horse stables as a window to the world - a good solution to boredom
Fully-fledged barn windows from Remtor - many variants with many opening options
Barn windows in our offer are available in several opening variants: as casement windows (hinged), tilt windows or tilt-and-turn windows. Each of them is equipped with an appropriate knob, which optionally
can be made of stainless steel. The barn windows we offer are manufactured in standard size 1000 x 1000 mm in straight or arched form. However, thanks to the technology we use, we can respond to individual customer needs and produce stable windows for horses even with non-standard dimensions and shapes. We also use an innovative rubber seal, which serves both as a rain edge and a cover for the upper edge of the window.
Barn windows provide daylight, which has a significant influence on the horses’ well-being. Therefore, the choice of windows must be well thought out and tailored to their needs. If you need advice in this regard, please contact us. We will advise you on which stable windows are best suited for a friendly horse-friendly stable.