February 2018 Issue - page 8

Page 8
February 2018
Special Advertising Section
Nothing is more comforting
in winter than sunshine. Imagine
your horses contentedly basking
in the warm sunshine that pours
into the barn via a Dutch door.
A custom barn window from
J&E Grill Manufacturing brings
in light during the winter months
and ventilation during summer
days. All their Dutch style win-
dows are built using ¼” tempered
Let the Sun Shine in this Winter
with J&E Grill Dutch Doors
glass, and come pre-hung on a
frame for easy mounting.
J&E Grill Manufacturing
makes barn doors of all kinds
– Dutch doors, screen doors, slid-
ing entrance doors, interior doors
and loft doors--along with Dutch
windows and all the components
that make your barn work – hay
racks, grills, bucket holders,
blanket racks, wash arms, cus-
tom saddle racks, latches and
door tracks, stays and stops. In
business in New Holland, PA for
more than 30 years, J&E Grill
Manufacturing uses heavy gauge
steel and aluminum. Products
are not mass produced on an as-
sembly line but rather individu-
ally welded by master iron work-
ers, ensuring solid welds and
longevity. A durable powder coat
finish resists corrosion, chalk-
ing, cracking and peeling and
comes in more than 100 colors.
A durable zinc primer is part of
the 7-step finishing process. All
exterior doors are pre-hung with
welded aluminum tube frames.
Products are available in several
standard sizes and can be custom
made to your specifications. J&E
Grills can deliver and install their
When comparing vendors
and pricing, check out the qual-
ity of components used in the
finished products. J&E Grill’s
materials are stronger and longer
lasting. For more information,
phone (717) 354-7862 or visit
East Coast Equestrian has won
17 national awards
for editorial excellence.
FICS of Maryland has been
offering footing solutions for new
and existing indoor and outdoor
arenas for decades—2018 marks
the beginning of their 27th year!
They are horse people who make
their living serving other horse
people. “We’re not an online
retailer just selling material,” FICS
of Maryland Vice President Sandy
Hart-Long said. “Our clients know
that when they deal with us we
stand behind our word and deliver
what we promise. We have the
experience and the knowledge and
the network to give our them what
they need to have--nice, functional
barns and arenas so they can spend
their time riding and enjoying
them, rather than struggling with
them. We strive to make it easy….
“We are part of the horse
community, not just out to make
money. Our clients are our
FICS of Maryland: Horse People
Providing Footing Solutions
friends and we see them all the
time when we’re out being horse
people ourselves.”
Whether you need a consul-
tation on which way to proceed or
are ready to install new footing,
FICS can be of assistance. They
can provide and install products
and materials, help with arena
maintenance, including dragging
and dust control, and provide
lighting for indoor and outdoor
arenas. For barns, FICS offers
automatic fly spray systems, mats
and pavers, and lighting.
FICS serves primarily the
Mid-Atlantic region but also
serves clients in New England
and the Carolinas. New products
and services are on the horizon,
so stay tuned! Visit the FICS of
Maryland website at stablean-
darena.com or give them a call at
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