What Our Customers Are Saying...

Cynthia Zemetis, Enterprise, AL

“The Web site is very user friendly and tons of information on their products. I purchased Stallskins and got all the information and directions on how to install off their Web site. It was very helpful in making my decision to buy their product. I received my order in 10 days like they said! I found their product and customer service to be excellent. Thank you.”
Cynthia Zemetis, Enterprise, AL

Dana Hutchison, Ultimate Ride Campground, NC

“We love your stall skins! They are in all of our stalls now, and the corrals, too. I am able to pressure wash them as often as I need to, and my barn never smells. I live above the barn, so keeping things clean is a must. I use less than 1/4 of a bag of shavings for each stall. The excellent service is a plus, too!”
Dana Hutchison, Ultimate Ride Campground, NC

Deborah Longtin – Feura Bush, NY

“I wanted to let you know we love our stall skins. The skins are so easy to care for and are holding up very well. One horse, stomps and paws near the door when the others are out, so I put one rubber mat at his threshold. He still benefits from the over all drainage since he doesn’t pee in the doorway, and he wont damage the skin. The other horses are not has high strung and don’t stomp and paw at the floor so they should hold up as expected. Thanks again!”
Deborah Longtin – Feura Bush, NY

Katie-Nicole Marble – Marble Hill Farm

“I just wanted to let you know how thrilled I am with your product. I’ve used stall skins in my stalls for over 5 years now, and have yet to have the need to replace one. And I have pretty tough horses – pacers, weavers and pawers. I even had a draft horse paw on a stall skin for 3 years without even a wear mark. It truly is a durable product and my horses and I LOVE them!”
Katie-Nicole Marble – Marble Hill Farm

Ana Mathers, St. Helen, OR

“The stalls are not as damp and they seem a lot cozier even though it’s raining heavily.”
Ana Mathers, St. Helen, OR

Angela Shaw, Maine

“Before we built our barn and brought our horses home they were boarded at a barn that had cement floors covered with rubber mats in some stalls and dirt floors in other stalls. The horses were comfortable enough on both types of flooring but the urine really pooled in the stalls with rubber mats and the shavings got quite dirty in the stalls with plain dirt floors. (We had a horse in one of each kind of stall there).I researched all the stall floor options out there when we built our barn last spring. The other stall flooring systems that allowed urine to pass through to the soil beneath were all very costly. At the last minute, I found Stall skins and decided that the price was worth giving them a try. I cannot say enough good things about Stall skins. I am so happy that I found them.I installed them myself and I’ve waited 9 months before writing my testimonial just to see how they held up. They are still like new. The urine drains nicely into the sandy gravel beneath. The stalls are easy to clean, even with my messy mare, because there just isn’t a lot of urine to stir around when she walks in circles. In the summer there was virtually no urine smell.I have recommended the Stall skins to everyone I know and I plan to continue to do so. Thank you for a wonderful product with a fair price! You’ve made my horses very happy.”
Angela Shaw, Maine

Vickie, Humboldt, TN

“I love my stall skin. We have a 12 X 24 foot foaling stall that we are using it in. It is holding up very nicely and I love the way the bedding stays so much dryer even with pregnant mares using it frequently!! It is the biggest stall we have, but the easiest to clean. I have recommended stall skins to all my “horse” friends.”
Vickie, Humboldt, TN

Judi, Surry, ME

“I am 5’2″ tall and weigh 130 lbs. I do have some familiarity with tools and helped my husband construct our cedar paddock fence and 10×10′ run in shed. I installed the stall stall skin by my self in one hour this afternoon. It was very easy and uneventful. It took an hour because I was a bit fanatical about getting everything even and straight, and included in the time is the time it took to get 8 bales of shavings into the shed and shook out. When I was done, my horse Phoenix went in, laid down, rolled about.”
Judi, Surry, ME