Check the roof on your horse barn…

Did you knock down the cobwebs your barn on the last day that it rained?  Did your horses jump through the roof while you were waving the broom around their stalls?  Well, this week it might be worthwhile to schedule a roof inspection on your barn to make sure it is in good shape.  (You can clean out gutters with a hose while you are up there.)  I found some chipped shingles on the edges of my roof this year where a tree limb had grown enough to brush the barn.  I needed some clippers to prevent further damage.  Since I caught it early, I only needed to slide some shingles underneath to prevent water damage.

If you are thinking about buying or selling a horse farm in Central North Carolina, or if you know of a friend who could use my help,  email me at annecain@kw.com. You could also call me, if that is more convenient, at 919-303-3588. You can also check out North Carolina horse farms for sale at http://apexhomesforsale.kwrealty.com/.

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About A Cain

I am originally from New York State and moved to Pennsylvania for college and graduate school. My husband and I later lived in California and West Virginia, and then we were transferred to North Carolina. I learned to ride as an adult, in North Carolina. I have two horses now: one wild-and-wooly teenager who is learning from me, and one former race horse that has turned into a school master for me. They are both pretty sensible and great on trails, so we go everywhere. They live with me on my own North Carolina mini farm. I love to sit on my deck in the evening and watch them graze.
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