We use only the very best, time-proven materials
to build modern shelters.
The exterior siding is termite resistant, fire
rated, and backed by a full 50-year guarantee. It will stand up to
any and all abuse that dogs can dish out. The infrastructure is tough,
too. The rafters, purlines and girts are hot-dipped galvanized steel,
which eliminates rusting and the need for painting. The I-Beams, eave
wall channels, extrusions, and stall fronts are anodized aluminum,
which eliminate rust and corrosion from water, moisture and dog excretions.
Top-dog insulation throughout.
To keep dogs warmer in the
winter and cooler in the summer (and to cut down on your utility bills!)
we use some of the best insulated materials available. The exterior wall
panels have an insulation value of R-16.7, the roof panels are R-30,
and the combination guillotine dog doors are R-6.49. What’s more,
even the windows, doors and skylights are insulated, creating cozy and
comfortable environment for canines and caretakers alike.
The typical kennel consists of following materials:
Roof Panel System (that covers all the building and the indoor and
Single Slide Windows
Aluminum I-Beam Column
Aluminum Eave Wall Channel
Aluminum Corner Extrusion
Anodized Aluminum Bar Stall Fronts
Solid (bottom) Partition Divider Panels with Aluminum Bar Grill (top)
Combination Guillotine Dog Door
To build a healthy, clean and easy to maintain shelter, several key
factors must be obeyed:
- You must have an experienced contractor pour
a foundation that allows for perfect drainage.
- You must supply good
ventilation in both the kennel and commercial areas, which our system
- You must have materials that withstand the daily onslaught
of animals and corrosive liquids, such as chemical cleaners, water,
and urine, which our materials do.
Here are some important
considerations when selecting someone to build