As a young girl growing up in Oklahoma, Kim understood what it meant to overcome obstacles and rise above challenges in order to achieve success and follow her dreams. Read her story here.Read More
“There were three things that daddy always wanted to do,” Bill said with a tear in his eye. “He always wanted a four-wheel drive tractor with a front end loader—and we got that about 10 years ago—an old 1954 pickup that’s been in that barn that we’re going to restore, and he always wanted a shop.”Read More
The Pritzker family is one-of-a-kind with hearts the size of Texas. Phillip and Karen are excited to have a beautiful barn but want to share their new building with others. Their dream now is to use their barn to serve.Read More
Contributed by: Jennifer Riley
Our building process is simple. Our seasoned Project Managers make it easy for you to make those sometimes tough decisions. Because our team is dedicated to your satisfaction and the successful completion of your project from beginning to end, you can have the peace of mind that comes with Communication and Follow-up. You're never alone in the Turn Key Experience we offer. We walk you through the process from the time you reach out to us with a phone call until we come back to you for follow-up once the project has been completed.
We're the company wanting to sit down with you to map out your dream. We not only want to help you realize what your dream is, we also want to make that dream happen. The early stages of planning and decision-making can be daunting, but our team of professionals makes the process a smooth and enjoyable experience. We know how to find the best subcontractors in the area; the ones we trust to build for our own families.
The thought of financing your dream facility can be overwhelming. We want to provide you with a free quote and insight from our seasoned Project Managers. By enabling you to really envision the cost, the benefits of using our team, and what the reality of building your dream facility will look like, we know you will be much more at peace with the options you have chosen. We're excited to look at what you can afford and help design a horse barn or metal building that fits within the parameters of your budget.
We offer many options to help you achieve the appeal, functionality, and durability you're looking for. At Southwest Metal Systems, we believe the quality of your dream barn or building trickles down from the quality of our people. Our Project Managers have decades of experience to help you take the ideas you have for your facility and pave the path to completion. Read testimonials from our previous customers HERE.
At this point, we are handing you the key! This is so exciting! You can move in! Just envision making your new facility work for you. Imagine calling it home or your place of escape from the busyness and the noise.
Whether you're dreaming about a Raised Center Aisle Equestrian Event Center, a Backyard Horse Barn or Hobby Shop, we are your builder of choice.
Once you have moved in and you're calling it home, we want to hear your story! Your "Southwest Story" could be featured right here on our Blog!
OUR TEAM IS HERE FOR YOU.
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Because we manufacture all of our materials in-house, we are able to build your storage space to your specifications. We are not a cookie cutter manufacturer, so give us a call and let us help you build your dream.Read More
This is a metal building that will include living quarters. Download our Catalog and Color Chart to see our options. Are you looking to build a multi-purpose facility or building with an apartment or home included?Read More
Our Project Managers bring decades of experience to the table when helping you at the drawing board. They walk you through the entire process to be sure you're a proud owner holding the key! Learn more about this Residential Shop Combination here!Read More
Steve and Sandy celebrated the Grand Opening of their new facility for the Golf Car Ranch of Holly Lake last summer! Read Steve's testimonial about his experience with Southwest Metal Systems here.Read More
Contributed by: Johnny Kerby, Project Manager
This is a 30' x 40' x 12' insulated building on a concrete foundation.
(1) 10 x 10 overhead door
(1) 10 x 7 framed opening
(2) 2x4 framed openings for windows supplied by owner
12" overhang on all sides.
This is a weld-up structure with 26-gauge 40-year limited warranty roof, wall and trim sheets.
This facility is very versatile and will last a lifetime.
Do you need a workshop or man cave similar to this?
Do You Prefer the Straight Gable Style?
One of the best features about our Straight Gable Barn is the price. These conventional barns are designed in the classic gable style and feature a traditional roof line. They are also easily customized.
To see some of the options available, click HERE
This is a 50 x 50 x 14 Hay Barn with a 3/12 roof pitch. It includes one sliding door on the end wall and 8 stall windows with screens. The customer chose to have wainscot on each side of the sliding door and a 30" x 30" cupola.
This hay barn is ash gray with black trim and a galvanized roof.
Because we manufacture our materials in-house, your straight gable barn can be customized to your personal taste and preferences. We would love for you to come by our office at either of our locations or get in contact with one of our Project Managers to learn more. To be connected with a Project Manager in your area, please click the button below!
If you’ve read any of our previous blog posts on our AmeriStall Horse Barns Blog, hopefully by now you’ve realized you’re dealing with a distinguished company. We are not a company that is only interested in shoving product out the door no matter the cost, placing just any individual answering the phones at the office, or breaking trim in the shop. At Southwest Metal Systems, we make it our culture of doing the right thing whether anyone is watching or not. We truly seek to understand our customer’s wants, needs, and desires. We do our best to match those. It can all be traced back to one word: Integrity.
- the quality of being honest and fair
- the state of being complete or whole
Ex: The building has structural integrity. He is known for being a man of integrity.
Both of these definitions describe Southwest Metal Systems and the line of AmeriStall Horse Barns they manufacture and install.
I spoke with my husband, Adam Steck, about that very word. His answers challenged and encouraged me. I am sharing them with you in hopes they will do the same for you. Plus, I hope to give you the same confidence that I have in our products and services, which I’ve watched be implemented from the beginning. Adam sums up his definition of integrity this way:
“Integrity is doing the right thing, even when no one is watching you.”
Practically speaking, this is what integrity means to the owner and his teammates throughout daily operations:
The detail and design aspects of the building process are there to ensure we’re building with integrity. It’s those parts that will never be seen by anyone else but us.
We use only Prime top-grade material. When installing a building or barn, we ask ourselves, “What quality would we want in a building? Does this fit my standards? Would I build this for my family member?”
1) We manufacture our own material - Locally - so we can ensure that you will get the quality we promised. You deal with the same company from start to all the way across the finish line.
2) Our Project managers only work with professional sub-contractors that we would trust to build for our own, personal use.
3) The TightLap advantage of our panel ensures a tighter seal to avoid leakage. It also provides a cleaner look.
4) Our panels are UL 2218 Class 4 Impact rated, which means they are strong, so strong that some insurance companies offer a discount as an incentive to build with this class of material.
Quality Standards: One way that we go above and beyond is with our raw material standards. Every coil we purchase is accompanied by mill quality certification documents so when we manufacture your order we know that your order meets the strength and integrity standards that we promised you. Our Energy Star and UL testing is carried out by an independent certification body. Not only do we have our own extremely high internal standards, but we also voluntarily comply with the most stringent external regulation for product quality.
We care: Our team members believe in the high quality products we sell every day. Jackie Kerby, a member of our Marketing/Sales Team says, “We believe in the Steck family and fully stand behind the endeavors of the company. Because we believe in our company, selling sheet metal suddenly has a deeper, eternal meaning and we enjoy our work. That joy spreads to those we interact with and brings lifelong, quality customer relationships.”
Jackie enjoys working in the same company as her dad and says this about watching him communicate with customers on the building site, “I have watched Dad (Johnny Kerby) communicate with customers about their dream buildings my entire life. I have seen him excel and build great relationships over the years because he knows and understands the product. His success comes easy because he is so confident in selling it. He never lets up the slack in following through with his customers until they are fully satisfied.”
Adam also truly cares about his team members. “When we’ve fallen on hard times, I refused to view people as “employees” that can be cut like Starbucks coffee expenses; We treat them as Team Members…as FAMILY.”
Adam goes on and says, “Our Company is made up of individuals. The integrity of our company equals the sum of the integrity of those individuals. We speak to life issues here - individual character matters. I desire to see us be people of integrity first. A company of integrity will naturally follow. A company of integrity has no fraction in them. I don’t view our people as money makers. I view them as God sees them with their own wants, needs and desires. How can I help fulfill the team members' wants, needs, and dreams as they help fulfill them for our customers?”
1. a whole number, a number that is not a fraction
2. a thing complete in itself
The word “Integrity” is a derivative of the word integer, which, as you see, means “wholeness”.
We hope you see how AmeriStall seeks to fulfill both of these definitions
as we provide a stable and reliable product for YOU.